If we've learnt one thing in the last year it's that the public probably shouldn't be trusted to decide anything.
That said, the results from a YouGov survey looking at the best decades of music show that we're not ready to sell our illustrious music history down the river for Ed Sheeran just yet.
Nearly a quarter of Brits think that the 1980s were the best decade for music with the 1960s coming in close second place. The 1970s came in a relatively distant third, followed by the 1990s.
YouGov put the results down to the eighties giving us hit-machines like Michael Jackson, Prince and Madonna and the sixties being the decade of Motown and the Rolling Stones.
See the full breakdown of 4646 UK adults by political party, gender, age, region and social demographic below: