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In just a few short years since forming in 1962, Mick Jagger’s uncommon band of misfits captivated the world with their raw and edgy brand of rock and roll diametrically opposed to most of their contemporaries.
Two Feet takes over the top with “I Feel Like I’m Drowning.” Mac Miller moves into the runner-up spot with “What’s The Use?” while Machine Gun Kelly makes a splashy debut at No. 3 with “Rap Devil.”