Pop On Trial is the series which delivers the verdict on pop’s most important, influential and entertaining decade.
The results are in.
The 70s is the winning decade, decided by the jury on the finale.
Check out the top ten for the decade below as voted for by you.
Born in the 50s in Liverpool, Pete Wylie is best known as the leader of Wah! whose various incarnations rang out on the John Peel show - and occasionally on Top of the Pops.
Hits like The Story Of The Blues, Come Back, Sinful and Heart As Big As Liverpool have sustained his reputation as a part-time rock star and a full-time legend.
Though he emerged from the Liverpool punk scene alongside Ian McCulloch and Julian Cope, it's the primal rock 'n' roll of the 50s that inspire him today.
One of rock's most passionate and opinionated characters, his motormouth media appearances are invariably unmissable.
These are the top ten tracks as voted for by you. Full results below.
- Cliff Richard - Move It
- Chuck Berry - Johnny B Goode
- Elvis Presley - Heartbreak Hotel
- Buddy Holly - Rave On
- Johnny Cash - I Walk The Line
- Eddie Cochran - C'mon Everybody
- Eddie Cochran - Summertime Blues
- Elvis Presley - Jailhouse Rock
- Buddy Holly - Peggy Sue
- Bill Haley - Rock Around The Clock
This Top 50 was compiled by Stuart Maconie, Mark Radcliffe, CP Lee, Pete Wylie and the production team.
Select a track to find out more information about the artist and the song.