Bob Dylan’s Like a Rolling Stone has come top of a list of 100 music, movie and TV moments that have changed the world.
The magazine Uncut asked industry experts and movie and music icons to name their seminal moments from the past 50 years.
Elvis Presley’s Heartbreak Hotel came second after Dylan’s 1965 single.
Third place was taken by the Beatles famous track She Loves You.
(I Can’t Get No) Satisfaction, from the Beatles rivals The Rolling Stones, was fourth.
It was followed by A Clockwork Orange, making Stanley Kubrick’s film the most important and influential movie of modern times.
The Godfather and The Godfather II films were sixth, while David Bowie’s Rise and Fall of Ziggy Stardust came seventh.
Homer, Marge, Bart, Lisa and Maggie also got a placing in the top 20 with The Simpsons at number 14.
Music and movie magazine Uncut took a year to compile the definitive list of films, music, TV programmes, books and bands, from the poll of industry experts.
Those who took part included Sir Paul McCartney, Noel Gallagher, Rolling Stone Keith Richards, Brian Wilson and Lou Reed.
Hollywood stars like Robert Downey Jr, Ed Norton and Juliette Lewis also took part.
Former Beatle Sir Paul selected Heartbreak Hotel as his number one choice, saying: “It’s the way he sings it as if he is singing from the depths of Hell.
“His phrasing, use of echo, its all so beautiful. Musically it’s perfect”.
Rocker Patti Smith said of the winning Dylan song: “I absolutely remember where I was when I first heard it. It got me through adolescence.”
Uncut editor Allan Jones said: “This list has been a massive undertaking and considering which films have had a greater cultural impact than Bowie for example has fuelled many discussions.
“What we have been left with is Dylan as the most seminal artistic statement of the last five decades – but I’m sure others will disagree.”
1. Bob Dylan “Like a Rolling Stone”
2. Elvis “Heartbreak Hotel”
3. The Beatles “She Loves You”
4. The Rolling Stones “(I Can’t Get No) Satisfaction”
5. A Clockwork Orange
6. The Godfather and The Godfather II
7. David Bowie “The Rise and Fall of Ziggy Stardust”
8. Taxi Driver
9. Sex Pistols “Never Mind The Bollocks Here’s the Sex Pistols”
10. The Prisoner
11. The Wild Bunch
12. The Velvet Underground “The Velvet Underground And Nico”
13. Jimmy Hendrix “Purple Haze”
14. The Simpsons
15. Neil Young “After the Gold Rush”
16. Ramones “Ramones”
17. The Beach Boys “Pet Sounds”
18. The Who “My Generation”
19. Jack Kerouac “On The Road”
20. Joy Division “Unknown Pleasures”