Hello everyone, the recent "Why Isn't The Who As Popular as Other Classic Rock Bands" thread sparked a genuine curiosity inside of me. While they aren't as big of sellers as the other 5, they're generally regarded by most circles (especially on this forum) to be in the "big six" classic rock bands, which are generally: The Beatles, The Rolling Stones, Led Zeppelin, Pink Floyd, Queen and The Who. Now keep in mind, this doesn't necessarily mean these are your top 6 bands, this is just how you would rank them. I've also added a poll so we can see the general consensus. Me personally: The Beatles: While it may be cliche, it's cliche for a reason. The Who: Viewing the aforementioned thread, it's obvious a lot of people don't care for them, and I simply don't understand it. Sell Out-By Numbers is the second greatest album streak in my opinion only topped by Rubber Soul-The Beatles. Queen: My personal favorite band, and while I love their first 8 albums, there's an obvious plunge in quality with the next few subsequent albums, which is why they are third. Love Innuendo though! Led Zeppelin: The heaviest band here, who made some of the greatest albums/songs of all time. 4 is in my top 10 of all time for sure. Pink Floyd: The most experiment band here. Responsible for numerous classic albums. Dark Side-The Wall is a brilliant experience. The Rolling Stones: Love 'em, but don't love 'em as much as the others. I find their albums rather patchy, but they undeniably have earned their place in rock history. P.S. I've added 2 votes so The Beatles don't blow away everyone.