Justice League Intro
The Three Faces of Mr. Big
The Defeat of the Dehydrator
The Return of Brunhilde
The Invasion of the Plastic Men
Fumo, The Fire Giant
It features Aquaman, of course, but that's not the only reason:
A)It's a Justice League record, not just Superman or Batman, which as a kid I found unbearably cool
B)It features the goofiest, catchiest songs this side of Lennon/McCartney
C)It co-stars Plastic Man and Metamorpho, two very bizarre choices
D)The Neal Adams cover rocks
It wasn't until just a few years ago that I learned this record's content is taken from the 1968 Tilton record of the same name; that record also featured theme songs for Flash and Aquaman, which were omitted here (for running time?). The stories are interesting, well-acted, and weird as all get out--the villainous Mr.Big is revealed (Spoiler Alert!) to be a little kid, whose whiny voice at the end still creeps me out.
...one thing, though; why does Wonder Woman get the whole back cover to herself?