The 20 best singles of all time.

My personal, definitive list. 
It might be different next week, but most of these are pretty constant.

"Bring the Noise," Public Enemy (Def Jam 1988)
"Fight the Power," Public Enemy (Motown 1989)
"Strings of Life," Rhythim Is Rhythim (Transmat 1987)
"Ain't Nobody," Rufus and Chaka Khan (Warner Bros. 1983)
"The Pleasure Principle," Janet Jackson (A&M 1987)
"Always on My Mind," Pet Shop Boys (EMI-Manhattan 1988)
"Sexual Healing," Marvin Gaye (Columbia 1983)
"Easy for You to Say," Linda Ronstadt (Asylum 1982)
"So May It Secretly Begin," Pat Metheny Group (Geffen 1987)
"Natural High (Global Communications Mix)," Warp 69 (Flagbearer UK 1994)
"For the Good Times," Ray Price (Columbia 1970)
"The Glamorous Life," Sheila E. (Warner Bros. 1984)
"I Can't Go For That (No Can Do)," Daryl Hall & John Oates (RCA 1981)
"I Would Die 4 U," Prince & the Revolution (Warner Bros. 1984)
"Music Sounds Better With You," Stardust (Virgin 1998)
"Cool Night," Paul Davis (Arista 1981) 
"Tales of Taboo," Karen Finley (Pow Wow Art International 1986)
"Say It Isn't So," Daryl Hall & John Oates (RCA 1984)
"Two Hearts," Stephanie Mills with Teddy Pendergrass (20th Century Fox 1981)
"Live for Life," Jack Jones (RCA Victor 1967)
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