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?
Clash of the Titans
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.
This week's Clash of the Titans matches a Van Halen song against...another Van Halen song.
Rock stars need regular doses of lovin', but they lead such busy lives that finding the time can be a real chore.
They're responsible for two of the top-selling live albums in rock history -- and this summer, they're going on tour together -- so it only makes sense that Peter Frampton and Cheap Trick should end up going toe-to-toe in a Clash of the Titans.
With less than a week to go before the Seattle Seahawks and New England Patriots take the field in Arizona for Super Bowl XLIX on Feb. 1, it's only right that this edition of Clash of the Titans should pit a crew of New England rockers against a legend from the Pacific Northwest.
We asked you to make an impossible choice in our previous Clash of the Titans, when we put Led Zeppelin's first two records in the ring against each other.
Led Zeppelin's first two albums vie for your votes against one another.
They've mostly gone the way of the sax solo now that rock 'n' roll has become part of the musical establishment, but once upon a time, anthems about sticking it to the Man were a pretty big deal.
This week's Clash of the Titans pits Paul Stanley's coffee commercial against Ronnie James Dio's beer ad.