Music by Third = Party.
There's no doubt--none--about #1.
A combination that when you think about it, makes sense.
By The Church.
I recently watched Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers: Runnin' Down a Dream on Amazon Prime. I quite enjoyed it even though I'm not the biggest Petty fan around.
But I do really like "American Girl". I'd like it even if I didn't drive down the referenced 441 nearly every Saturday night of senior year in high school to go out with my future wife. Here are two fine appreciations of the song:
Prince, live at Webster Hall, 2004. Just him and his guitar. Impressive.
"U2 song scientifically proven to be most effective in the world for helping young children get off to sleep"
And it's a fine song for adults to listen to.
Released in 1966. Written and produced by Motown's finest, Holland-Dozier-Holland, and backed by the renowned Funk Brothers, it's the Supremes.
"Listen in as Anthony Vincent covered Metallica’s classic Enter Sandman in 20 different musical styles, ranging from yodeling to The Eurythmics to Hans Zimmer to Lil Uzi Vert to John Denver."
Metallica in the style of John Denver! Will wonders never cease?
MJ and his brothers are covered by Sheryl Crow.