16. "Prisoners of Rock and Roll"
Neil Young fans were justifiably a little wary when Life hit shelves in the summer of 1987. His last few albums had been some of the worst of his entire career, especially the dismal Landing on Water from 1986. But those that didn't give Life a chance really missed out. It's a pretty stellar Crazy Horse record. The best moment is "Prisoners of Rock and Roll," which is essentially Crazy Horse's anthem. "We never listen to the record company man," Young sings. "They try to change us and ruin our band."