They're separated by a few decades and plenty of clicks on the volume knob, but the Beatles and Metallica do have a few things in common, such as the fact that they both released self-titled albums with simple monochrome artwork.
Clash of the Titans
Thirty-five years ago this month, a pair of British metal legends released landmark albums.
It says 4/20 on the calendar, which means it's time for the mellowest Clash of the Titans in history.
Dave versus Sammy, Sammy versus Dave.
Eric Clapton was on a hot streak during the late '60s and early '70s, and for proof, you need look no further than 1969's Blind Faith and 1970's Layla and Other Assorted Love Songs.
For our previous Clash of the Titans, we asked you to choose between the '70s and '80s.
We've pitted songs and albums against each other in previous installments of Clash of the Titans, but this time, we're pitching a bigger battle, and putting two entire decades in the ring.
Aerosmith rocketed to superstardom with 1975's Toys in the Attic album, and cemented their surprising late '80s comeback with 1989's Pump.
Two legends. One name. Which of these two iconic performers is more worthy of the undeniably awesome name Sting: the musician or the professional wrestler?
We ask you to choose between a lot of classic cuts in Clash of the Titans, but for this edition, we're mixing things up, and tossing a pair of brand new songs into the ring.