Most influential record of the seventies

Here it is people, the most influential record of the Seventies as determined by Q Magazine. And the winner is….. “Anarchy in the UK” by the Sex Pistols. Not a bad choice in my opinion and although you might moan and gripe about the choice of “I Feel Love” by Donna Summers and “Le Freak” by Chic, but they were both part of the explosion of Disco which, despite the fact that you and I may choose to forget that whole sorry episode of music history, did occur no matter how much those of us old enough to remember detested it. The additions of “Bohemian Rhapsody”, “Paranoid” and “Blitzkrieg Bop” makes this an interesting debate indeed. Here they are for your reading pleasure and don’t forget that Q is based out of the UK:

1. Anarchy in the UK by The Sex Pistols
2. Bohemian Rhapsody by Queen
3. I Feel Love by Donna Summer
4. Get it On by T. Rex
5. Paranoid by Black Sabbath
6. Gangsters by Special AKA
7. I’m Not in Love by 10cc
8. Autobahn by Kraftwerk
9. Le Freak by Chic
10. Blitzkrieg Bop by The Ramones
Later.