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Klaxons - 'Golden Skans'
The first hit from the London nu-rave kings, this track made number 7 in January 2007.
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Kasabian - 'Processed Beats'
This was the band's first release, back in 2003, when it was released as a demo. The official version was later re-released as a single in September 2004.
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Feeder - 'Buck Rogers'
Written by Feeder frontman Grant Nicholas, this track first appeared on the album "Echo Park" in 2001. After dropping out of the top 40, it later returned to make number 5 and is now a live favourite.
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The Verve - 'Love Is Noise'
The big reunion track for Richard Ashcroft's Britpop giants, this made a respectable Number 4 in the summer of 2008 and previewed the comeback album "Forth".
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Arctic Monkeys - 'Brianstorm'
The track that kicks off the Monkeys' second album "Favoruite Worst Nightmare", released in 2007. Singer Alex Turner now claims he can't remember who Brian was meant to be.
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Kings Of Leon - 'California Waiting '
The third single to be taken from the Kings' debut album "Youth And Young Manhood", this was first released on their Holy Roller Novacaine EP, but later re-recorded for the LP as the band thought the original was rubbish.
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The Killers - 'Human'
The lead single from the Killers' third album "Day And Age", it contains the immortal line "Are we human, or are we dancer?" It made no 3 in the UK charts.
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Queens Of The Stone Age - 'Go With The Flow'
With Foo Fighters' Dave Grohl on drums, this track is taken from Josh Homme's second album as Queens Of The Stone Age, "Songs For The Deaf". Made number 21 in the UK charts back in 2002.
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Oasis - 'Little By Little'
Taken from the band's 2002 album "Heathen Chemistry" as a double A side with "She Is Love", this made Number 2 in September 2002.
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Friendly Fires - 'Jump In The Pool'
St Alban's Friendly Fires got a Barclaycard Mercury Music prize nomination for their debut album, which included this energetic, samba-filled club classic.
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