Led Zeppelin's classic "Whole Lotta Love" has the best guitar line ever.  That's what the fans are saying in a BBC Radio 2 poll.  The 1969 single is leading the list of the "Greatest Guitar Riffs of All Time."  And Jimmy Page, who played the memorable music, says he's "knocked out" that the song led the vote.  He says his goal was to create "a riff that really moved, that people would really get, and would bring a smile to their faces."  He adds that when he played it with the group "it really went into overdrive."  Slash's work on Guns N' Roses' "Sweet Child O' Mine" takes the number two spot, followed by AC/DC's "Back In Black."  Deep Purple's "Smoke on the Water" and Derek and the Dominoes' "Layla" round out the top five.

Other songs that made the top ten include The Smiths' "How Soon Is Now?" and The Kinks' "You Really Got Me."  The Sex Pistols' "Pretty Vacant" and Metallica's "Enter Sandman" are some of the songs that fell short of the top ten.

BBC Radio 2's Top Ten Guitar Riffs Of All Time

1. Led Zeppelin, "Whole Lotta Love
2. Guns N' Roses, "Sweet Child O' Mine"
3. AC/DC, "Back in Black"
4. Deep Purple, "Smoke On The Water"
5. Derek and The Dominoes, "Layla"
6. The Smiths, "How Soon Is Now?"
7. Status Quo, "Down Down"
8. Dire Straits, "Money For Nothing"
9. The Kinks, "You Really Got Me"
10. Pink Floyd, "Money"