TEN FOR FIVE

Last week, we asked you to vote for the next rock staple for Five to cover. And the results provide interesting reading...

NME.COM’s election for the next rock song that boyband FIVE should cover has finished – and KISS and RUN-DMC/AEROSMITH are at the top of the poll.

Last week, NME.COM asked readers which track the lads should cover next, after we revealed that the band had covered ’80s heavy rockersDef Leppard’s 1987 ‘classic’ ‘Pour Some Sugar On Me’ for possible future release as a single.

The Top Ten songs voted for by you were:

1 ‘God Gave Rock’N’Roll To You’ – Kiss

2 ‘Walk This Way’ – Run-DMC and Aerosmith

3 ‘Since You Been Gone’ – Rainbow

4 ‘Livin’ On A Prayer’ – Bon Jovi

5 ‘I Was Born To Love You’ – Queen

6 ‘We Built This City’ – Starship

7 ‘Poison’ – Alice Cooper

8 ‘Wind Of Change’ – Scorpions

9 ‘Girls, Girls, Girls’ – Motley Crue

10 ‘Paradise City’ – Guns N’Roses

A spokesperson for Five said: “Some of those are brilliant. Ritchie [Neville] is such a rock fan he’d probably love most of them.”

The band’s next single is due to be released on May 28, with their third album following two weeks later.