Beatles fans are going to be displeased with Entertainment magazine. In a look back at the first 35 years of rock 'n' roll, the magazine listed the 35 greatest acts of all time and rated the Fab Four in only fourth place, criticizing them for George Harrison's "play-by-numbers lead guitar and Ringo's toy drumming." The Rolling Stones topped the list, followed, in order, by Elvis Presley, Bob Dylan, the Beatles, Jimi Hendrix, James Brown, Chuck Berry, Led Zepplin, Lou Reed's Velvet Underground and Marvin Gaye. Bruce Springsteen was No. 12 while Madonna ranked 19th, the rap group Public Enemy was 31st and the Supremes rounded out the list at No. 35.