Maroon 5

Maroon 5

Terry Richardson

Over the past decade, Maroon 5 has morphed into one of the most reliable hitmaking graoups on the planet, with a slew of inescapable radio smashes spread over the course of four full-length albums. Although the Adam Levine-led collective has unleashed its biggest Hot 100 hits over the past two years, its mid-00s run of singles -- with tracks as diverse as the hard-hitting "Harder To Breathe" and the somber "She Will Be Loved" -- was equally impressive, and is key to understanding what exactly makes Maroon 5 an ascendent band in the pop genre.

Maroon 5's Top 20 Career Moments: A Timeline

Before checking out our timeline of the group's history, glance back at Maroon 5's most indelible single with our countdown of the band's Top 10 biggest Billboard hits.

10

"Harder to "Breathe"

Peak Hot 100 Position: No. 18

Peak Date: Nov. 1, 2003

9

"Wake Up Call"

Peak Hot 100 Position: No. 19

Peak Date: Oct. 6, 2007

8

"Misery"

Peak Hot 100 Position: No. 14

Peak Date: Oct. 9, 2010

7

"Daylight"

Peak Hot 100 Position: No. 7

Peak Date: Feb. 23, 2013

6

"Makes Me Wonder"

Peak Hot 100 Position: No. 1 (3 Weeks)

Peak Date: May 12, 2007

5

"She Will Be Loved"

Peak Hot 100 Position: No. 5

Peak Date: Sept. 25, 2004

4

"This Love"

Peak Hot 100 Position: No. 5

Peak Date: April 24, 2004

3

"Payphone" (Featuring Wiz Khalifa)

Peak Hot 100 Position: No. 2

Peak Date: May 26, 2012

2

"One More Night"

Peak Hot 100 Position: No.1 (9 Weeks)

Peak Date: Sept. 29, 2012

1

"Moves Like Jagger" (Featuring Christina Aguilera)

Peak Hot 100 Position: No. 1 (4 Weeks)

Peak Date: Sept. 10, 2011

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