Readers' Poll: Your Favorite British Invasion Songs

Selections include 'My Generation,' 'She's Not There' and 'You Really Got Me'

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9. The Zombies - 'She's Not There'

Few bands in rock history kicked off their careers with a better first single than the Zombies. "She's Not There" hit in the summer of 1964, and it shot up the charts all over the world, paving the way for much of the psychedelic music that followed in the coming years. It took the group four years to record something that lived up to its early promise. That was the third LP, Odessey and Oracle. Sadly, the Zombies split shortly after that and never really had a chance to continue their journey. A lineup of the band tours to this day, but it's been an oldies revue for quite some time. 

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