7. 'Can't Stand Losing You'
If there was any doubt that "I Can't Stand Losing You" is about suicide, the cover of the single shows Stewart Copeland hanging himself while standing on a block of melting ice. They were a new band without a lot of pull at this point, so the BBC banned the song. (The next single was "Roxanne," an even more explicit song that also got them into trouble.) Even without a ton of help from radio, the song became a hit and a huge highlight of their early shows that never left the setlist. They reissued it in 1979 and this time the BBC embraced it and it climbed to Number Two.