Some were hits while others became obscure, but still, they found their way to become one of our favorite tracks. Here’s a list of the “Most Underrated B-Side Songs Ever!”
10. The Sweetest Thing – U2
This song proves that Bono is one of the coolest rock stars.
9. Silver Springs – Fleetwood Mac
Stevie’s is full of magic, and this just proves that she speaks directly to your soul.
8. 51st Anniversary – Jimi Hendrix
We can’t find an audio track of this song on the internet, but this rough cut surely reveals that this song is one of Jimi’s lesser-known gem.
7. Yellow Ledbetter – Pearl Jam
It’s hard to understand what Eddie Vedder’s trying to express on this song, but sure as hell, we know what he feels.
6. Murder By Numbers – The Police
The irony on this one, The Police is teaching you how to get away with murder.
5. Carry Me Home – AC/DC
A rare and not your usual AC/DC track.
4. Shut Out the Light – Bruce Springsteen
He wrote it for our veterans of the Vietnam War – and if you’re not moved with this song, I don’t know what will.
3. Total Eclipse – Iron Maiden
We’re still figuring out why this awesome track didn’t make it out on the album – one of Maiden’s best track.
2. Hey Hey What Can I Do – Led Zeppelin
It’s Led Zeppelin, it’s their lyrics, it’s their music, it’s their song, it’s their instrumental, it’s Plant’s voice, and dis Nuff’ said.
1. I Am The Walrus – The Beatles
Sometimes we think autocorrect technology existed when they wrote it. But still, we love it because it doesn’t exist.