Despite never being released as a single, the song is so popular among fans that it's almost always played as their concert's closing number.
'Everyday Is Like Sunday'
False rumors circulated that a young Drew Barrymore is featured in the video.
'Blue Monday (88)'
The music video features sketches by famed artist William Wegman and clips of his Weimaraner dog.
'Under the Milky Way
Readers of an Australian magazine voted it the best song to come out of their continent since its 1988 debut.
On Oct. 8 of 1988, the band held the top spot on both the singles and album charts with 'Love Bites' and 'Hysteria,' respectively. An acoustic version of 'Hysteria' was performed by frontman Joe Elliott and guitarist Phil Collen on VH1 Classic.
'Man in the Mirror'
Shortly after MJ's death on June 25, 2009, U2 started performing a portion of 'Man In the Mirror' at the end of their song 'Angel of Harlem' on their 360° Tour (at the Barcelona, Milan, Paris, and Berlin concerts).
Keyboardist Michael Floreale now composes music for film and television.
'Sweet Child O' Mine'
Guitarist Slash considered the 1988 song a mere "string skipping" exercise, originally having played the guitar riff as a joke during a jam session.
'Every Rose Has Its Thorn'
'N Sync's Joey Fatone covered this tune in 'On the Line,' a film that featured both him and fellow bopper Lance Bass.
'Pour Some Sugar On Me'
The 1988 song allegedly "came to" producer Mutt Lange during a coffee break. The song reached No.2 on the Hot Billboard 100 and had two music videos: the first debuted in the U.K., with the band playing the song in a run-down home being demolished by wrecking-balls. The U.S. (Def Leppard preferred) version -- with the band playing the song live -- was the No. 1 request on 'Dial MTV' for 68 days.