From Status Quo to S Club 7, these are the musical "guilty pleasures" it's OK to love, and Birmingham's ELO top the list.
Q magazine has named the 50 records we are too embarrassed to admit that we own.
The top 10 includes Rebel Yell by Billy Idol, Rock'n'Roll Part 2 by Gary Glitter and Whatever You Want by Status Quo.
Barbra Streisand epic Woman In Love, Devil Woman by Sir Cliff Richard and I Could Be So Good For You by Minder star Dennis Water-man also make the list.
Top spot goes to the Electric Light Orchestra with their 1976 hit Livin' Thing.
"From the gloriously bonkers introduction to its flamenco guitar, it remains ever wonderful to the ear.
"ELO may never be fashionable but, in terms of sheer aural elation, this betters more revered bands' entire back catalogues," according to Q.
Also hiding away in the top 50 are Ronan Keating's Life Is A Rollercoaster, Letter From America by The Proclaimers and Livin' La Vida Loca by Ricky Martin.
Q said: "They're the records it's OK to love." n The full list appears in the September issue of Q, out this week.