What about “Let’s Go All The Way” by Sly Fox?

The October issue of Blender magazine, on newsstands Tuesday, lists “The 500 Greatest Songs Since You Were Born,” which, for their readers, means the best songs since 1980.
No. 1 is “Billie Jean” by Michael Jackson. Catchy, important. A good choice.
But after that, Blender veers into “What the hell?!?!?”
Out of any number of Van Halen songs that could have made the list, editors made “Jump” come in at number 162.
Twenty-five of the Top 50 are rap songs. And there’s not a single Red Hot Chili Peppers on the list.
Some tune called “Mybabydaddy” by B-Rock and the Bizz – plus two songs by critics’ darling Outkast – beat out anything by Pearl Jam, Smashing Pumpkins, Radiohead, Green Day or Rage Against the Machine.
“We just wanted to give people some new juice for their iPod,” said Blender Editor-in-Chief Craig Marx. “They’re all really good songs.”
No chance! Marvin Gaye’s “Sexual Healing” is No. 45, but Britney Spears’ “… Baby One More Time” is in the Top 10?
50 Cent, who puts “In Da Club” at No. 10, beats Eminem, Public Enemy and N.W.A.?
And whatever happened to rock ‘n’ roll? The Police had three albums in the ’80s, and their only great song, according to Blender, is “Every Breath You Take”?
“Sampling a loop, like it or not, is what’s considered great, vibrant music these days,” says Marx, whose team of list-makers apparently holds a grudge against anyone who actually plays an instrument.
“For Blender, what makes a song a great song doesn’t have a lot to do with the level of musicianship,” Marx adds.
Well, that much is obvious.
Blender’s top 10 choices are:
1. “Billie Jean,” Michael Jackson
2. “B.O.B.,” Outkast
3. “Sweet Child O’ Mine,” Guns N’ Roses
4. “One,” U2
5. “Smells Like Teen Spirit,” Nirvana
6. “Like a Prayer,” Madonna
7. “Love Will Tear Us Apart,” Joy Division
8. “Sucker MCs,” Run-D.M.C.
9. “… Baby One More Time,” Britney Spears
10. “In Da Club,” 50 Cent