The Righteous Brothers Had Great Songs but Can You Rank Them?

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The Righteous Brothers had some spectacular tracks that have landed them a critical spot in the history of music. Considered to be one of the greatest soul duos of all time, their legacy doesn't seem to be budging just yet. Can you think of your absolute favorite Righteous Brothers track?

The duo has released some popular originals and covers throughout the years, and we're interested which one takes the number one spot. We need your help ranking the best Righteous Brothers songs ever released. Let us know by voting for your favorite now, you might be surprised to see how many people agree with you!

  • Unchained Melody

    Community Score: 8

    "Unchained Melody" was originally released in 1955. It has since become a standard and one of the most often recorded songs of the 20th century, most notably by the Righteous Brothers.

  • You've Lost That Lovin' Feelin'

    Community Score: 6

    This song was first recorded by the Righteous Brothers in 1964 and produced by Phil Spector. It has been described by various music writers as "one of the best records ever made" and "the ultimate pop record".

  • Just Once in My Life

    Community Score: 3

    "Just Once in My Life" was released by the Righteous Brothers in 1965. It reached No. 9 on the Billboard Hot 100.

  • He

    Community Score: 2

    Originally written in 1954, "He" is a song about God. The Righteous Brothers released a version of the song in 1966.

  • Ebb Tide

    Community Score: 2

    Ebb Tide was most famously recorded by the Righteous Brothers in 1965. The song's build up an illustration of the ocean waves coming in and out to and from the shores, due to the ebb tides.

  • (You're My) Soul And Inspiration

    Community Score: 1

    (You're My) Soul And Inspiration was the group's first hit after leaving their long-time producer Phil Spector. Billboard ranked the record as the No. 3 single for 1966.

  • Rock And Roll Heaven

    Community Score: 0

    This song was first recorded by the band Climax in 1973, but it failed to chart. It was then covered by The Righteous Brothers in 1974 and reached number three on the U.S. Billboard Hot 100.

  • Little Latin Lupe Lu

    Community Score: -3

    "Little Latin Lupe Lu" was written by Bill Medley of The Righteous Brothers. Reminiscing about the song, Medley stated that in high school he dated a Lupe Laguna.