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Green Day - 'American Idiot'
The title track of the punk pop trio's career-reviving 2004 album, this thinly-veiled attack on US politics gave the band their first UK top 5 hit.
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Oasis - 'Stop Crying Your Heart Out'
Another ballad from Burnage's favourite sons, this was taken from their "Heathen Chemistry" album in 2002. The song re-entered the download charts in October 2009 after Leona Lewis covered it.
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Foo Fighters - 'All My Life'
Taken from the band's fourth album "One By One", this Grammy-winning single apparently started out as an instrumental.
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MGMT - 'Time To Pretend'
The title track of MGMT's debut EP, this was later re-recorded for their debut album "Oracular Spectacular" at the tail end of 2007.
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Kasabian - 'Empire'
The title track of Kasbian's second album, released in July 2006 and the band's third top 10 single. The opening of the song features an unknown person accidentally leaving a message on the band's voicemail. Download Empire from iTunes
Kaiser Chiefs - 'I Predict A Riot'
Originally the band's second single, the track was later re-released in 2005 and made number 9 in the charts. This song is about a bad night out in Leeds.
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Muse - 'Starlight'
The second single from Muse's 2006 album "Black Holes And Revelations", making no. 13 in the UK charts in September of that year. Bassist Chris Wolstenholme says it's a song about missing someone.
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The Libertines - 'Time For Heroes'
Taken from the Libertines' debut album "Up The Bracket", written by Pete Doherty about the May Day riots of 2001. Doherty's band Babyshambles still play it occasionally.
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Arctic Monkeys - 'When The Sun Goes Down'
Written about the sleazier side of life in Sheffield, it's the band's second single, released in November 2005. It was also the band's second UK number one.
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The Killers - 'When You Were Young'
The lead single from The Killers' second album "Sam's Town", from 2006. Highest charting UK single, making No. 2.
Download When You Were Young from iTunes
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