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Welcome to the Yearly Iconic Song Bracket on BracketVoting.com!

The airwaves of the 70s and early 80s were filled with songs that not only defined a generation but also broke musical boundaries to become timeless classics. This year, we’re excited to introduce our Yearly Iconic Song Bracket, featuring an electrifying lineup of hits that have left an indelible mark on the music world. Let’s dive into the contenders!

Dream On – Aerosmith (1973)

Kicking off our bracket is Aerosmith’s “Dream On,” a power ballad that showcases Steven Tyler’s distinctive vocals and Joe Perry’s mesmerizing guitar work. This song is a testament to the band’s resilience and ambition, making it a classic anthem of hope and determination.

Dancing Queen – ABBA (1976)

Next up, we have “Dancing Queen” by ABBA, a track that captures the essence of disco fever like no other. Its infectious melody, coupled with the group’s harmonious vocals, transports listeners straight to the dance floor of the 70s, making it a perennial favorite at parties and celebrations.

Another Brick In The Wall – Pink Floyd (1979)

Pink Floyd’s “Another Brick In The Wall” is more than just a song; it’s a powerful commentary on the education system and societal norms. With its unforgettable bass line and compelling chorus, this track became an anthem for rebellion and freedom of thought.

Bohemian Rhapsody – Queen (1975)

“Bohemian Rhapsody” by Queen is a masterpiece that defies categorization. This operatic rock epic takes listeners on a journey through various musical landscapes, showcasing Freddie Mercury’s extraordinary vocal range and the band’s innovative sound.

Sweet Home Alabama – Lynyrd Skynyrd (1974)

Lynyrd Skynyrd’s “Sweet Home Alabama” is a Southern rock anthem that resonates with fans across the globe. Its catchy riff and memorable chorus celebrate the Southern way of life, making it an enduring symbol of American rock.

Stayin’ Alive – Bee Gees (1977)

Representing the pinnacle of disco, the Bee Gees’ “Stayin’ Alive” is synonymous with the 70s dance music scene. Its groovy beat and falsetto vocals not only defined a genre but also became the soundtrack of an era.

Another One Bites The Dust – Queen (1980)

Queen makes a second appearance in our bracket with “Another One Bites The Dust,” a funk-infused rock anthem that showcases John Deacon’s iconic bass line. This track’s pulsating rhythm and catchy chorus have made it a staple in sports arenas and pop culture.

YMCA – Village People (1978)

Closing our list is the Village People’s “YMCA,” a song that transcends its novelty roots to become a global phenomenon. Its upbeat tempo and catchy lyrics encourage listeners to join in the fun, making it an irresistible call to the dance floor.

Cast Your Votes!

Now that you’ve met our iconic contenders, it’s time to cast your votes! Head over to BracketVoting.com to support your favorite tracks as they battle it out for the title of the Yearly Iconic Song. Whether you’re a fan of rock, disco, or anything in between, your vote can make all the difference in this musical showdown. Let the voting begin!