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|7||Creedence Clearwater Revival|
John Fogerty sounds so unenthusiastic and Stu Cook sounds so boring, and Doug Clifford just sounds straight up terrible.
Best Song: "Sweet Hitch-Hiker"
Worst Song: "What Are You Gonna Do"
|6||Creedence Clearwater Revival|
Creedence Clearwater Revival
Their debut had a really cool psych element to it that the others didn't, but it's just not as catchy as the ones that came after it.
Best Song: "The Working Man"
Worst Song: "Get Down Woman"
|5||Creedence Clearwater Revival|
Actually a really underrated album with a ton of fantastic songs. "Have You Ever Seen the Rain?" is awesome, but it's not even the best on here honestly.
Best Song: "It's Just a Thought"
Worst Song: "Born to Move"
|4||Creedence Clearwater Revival|
Creedence had 3 releases in 1969 and all have their classics, but this is less memorable than the other 2 honestly. The catchy guitar licks are still here though.
Best Song: "Born on the Bayou"
Worst Song: "Graveyard Train"
|3||Creedence Clearwater Revival|
Willy and the Poor Boys
There aren't any bad songs on here, and the best here makes up for some of the best tracks hard rock of the 1960s. A few middle of the road tracks are present here though...
Best Song: "Fortunate Son"
Worst Song: "The Midnight Special" (still not bad at all though)
|2||Creedence Clearwater Revival|
This is most people's favorites and I get why. It's catchy and full of talented jams. It has this pop sensibility to it, even more so than their other albums, and I get why it's seen as their magnum opus. Not my favorite of theirs though.
Best Song: "Run Through the Jungle"
Worst Song: "Ooby Dooby"
|1||Creedence Clearwater Revival|
To me, this album not only has no bad songs, but is also so consistently catchy and fun that it gets caught in my head. It's also the CCR album I tend to listen to most. John Fogerty's guitar is so simple, yet so lovable.
Best Song: "Green River"
Worst Song: "Cross-Tie Walker" (still good)
|Finally listened to Mardi Gras and damn|
|sweet i need this list, been meaning to delve into their discography|
|btw ars i know we've talked Mike Patton before but kudos for still having one of the greatest Bungle songs ever as ur username|
|How is Run Through the Jungle the best song when Ramble Tamble exists?|
|Because Run Through the Jungle is fucking brilliant? :P|
|best song on Mardi Gras is someday never comes, top 5 all time from them|
|I don't agree that anything on Mardi Gras is top 5, but Someday Never Comes is a good song regardless|
|One of the greatest bands of all time|
|Only listened to 1 and 2...and I'd have 2 at 1. But great band.|
|thanks so much for this ranking. I love the CCR hits but never listened to the full albums yet. ill hear them in order from best to worst based on your list|
|thought this was a contemporary christian rock list|
|Band rules hard. Sweet list.|
|Band is awesome. I run weekly jam sessions at my studio and we usually pull out a CCR tune because they're easy to learn, fun to play, and people enjoy them.|
|Yeah John Fogerty is the god is simple and memorable riffs. |
|"Band rules hard. Sweet list."|