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.
David is known by many as a music journalist, whose wit lit up the NME in the 80s and 90s.
But he's also carved out a hugely successful career as a comedy writer, who started out submitting gags to Spitting Image, and went on to write for the likes of The Fast Show, The Day Today, Brass Eye, Smack the Pony, Harry Hill's TV Burp and Charlie Brooker's Screen Wipe.
He was also been responsible for The Junkies, which was the first ever internet sitcom, plus he's written books about The Beatles, The Clash and Beck, plus three Grumpy Old Men best-sellers.
He spent the 70s as a youth in Exmouth, where listening to David Bowie provided a glimpse of a more exciting world.
These are the top ten tracks as voted for by you. Full results below.
- Led Zeppelin - Stairway To Heaven
- Rod Stewart - Maggie May
- Abba - Dancing Queen
- Sex Pistols - God Save The Queen
- David Bowie - Heroes
- T.Rex - Get It On
- Kate Bush - Wuthering Heights
- Slade - Cum On Feel The Noize
- Bruce Springsteen - Born To Run
- Buzzcocks - Ever Fallen In Love
Kate Bush - Wuthering Heights (1978)
UK chart position: 1
US chart position: No Entry
This was the first time a self-written song by a female artist topped the UK singles chart. Kate Bush was just 19 at the time, though EMI had signed her three years earlier to stop anyone else from offering her a contract.