5. Quiet Riot
"Bang Your Head (Metal Health)" (1983, Number 31) and "Cum on Feel the Noize" (1983, Number Five)
Granted, everything seems dirty in early puberty, but from its unsubtly porny misspelled title to the sleazy gusto with which lead cheeseball Kevin Dubrow ordered girls to "rrrrock" their boys, Quiet Riot's cover of the old Slade glam anthem "Cum on Feel the Noize" struck impressionable Eighties teens as downright filthy. Though less successful, "Bang Your Head" was among the decade's great pop-metal rallying cries to adolescent lunacy made necessary by the tedium of American high schools.