||Very Best Of Jethro Tull
||Tull developed and maintained a sound that was completely unlike any other band's, with the use of the flute as a lead instrument, and with a heavy classical music influence.
||Complete Greatest Hits
||A group of back-up players got together in 1976 and formed a group that became a longtime Arena Rock and radio airplay favorite.
||They maintained their popularity through the 60s and 70s by adjusting their lyric themes and musical styles as times, and public tastes, changed.
||Blue Oyster Cult
||The Essential Blue Oyster Cult
||Formed in the mid 60s, this Metal/Psych Rock band had a long string of successful albums throughout the '70s and '80s.
||The group existed for less than two years, but was considered a significant force in mid 60s rock, and launched the careers of members Neil Young, Stephen Stills, Jim Messina, and Richie Furay.
||The band that put the glitter in Glitter Rock is second only to the Beatles in album sales in the UK.
||Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young
||More than any other group of their time, they endeared themselves to a generation of youth with their lyric themes and eclectic variety of musical styles.
||After failing to break through with Progressive Rock, this group is credited with originating the more mainstream Arena Rock sound.
||Creedence Clearwater Revival
||At the height of the British Invasion, they were the leading American rock band.
||Very Best Of
||They shuffled personnel and musical styles until they became one of the most successful bands on the concert and recording circuit.
||Steve Miller Band
||They paid their dues as a backup band before becoming one of the most popular groups of the 70s
||One of Canada's most popular rock bands evolved from Soft Rock to a harder variety from the early 60s through the mid 70s.
||Dave Clark Five
||30 Greatest Hits
||Beatlemania helped propel this British group to great popularity in America.
||All Time Greatest Hits
||This Canadian Heavy Metal band is credited with creating the Bike Rock sub-genre.
||Very Best Of Yes
||In spite of more than the usual number of major personnel changes, this group has had a long and successful career.
||Best Of The Doobies
||They weren't actually brothers, but they have parlayed a distinctive Heavy MetalSouthern Rock blend into a 30+ year career.
||Only The Beginning
||Formed in 1967, Chicago became one of the most successful orchestral rock groups and is still active four decades later.
||Mix Hard Rock with over-the-top appearance and stage antics and you get the fathers of glitter-punk.
||Emerging from the early Punk Rock scene, Blondie ultimately expanded their stylistic approach to include Disco, New Wave and Hip-Hop.
||Rush is considered one of rock's best live bands, in addition to cranking out 30 albums over 30 years.
||Never Mind The Bollocks
||Their short life as a rebellious and proudly controversial Punk band was out of proportion to the huge influence they had on pop culture in England.
||Described by All Music Guide as "the definitive Southern Rock band," they reunited ten years after the deaths of three original members in a 1977 plane crash, and still perform today.
||Every Breath You Take: The Classics
||The Police distinguished themselves by being able to be successful in the mainstream playing experimental rock.
||Grand Funk Railroad
||We're An American Band
||Achieved greater commercial success than any other American rock band in the 60s and early 70s.
||We Sold Our Soul For Rock And Roll
||One of the longest lasting and most successful groups is credited as the first Heavy Metal band.