The Universal Blur Download 'The Universal' on iTunes
Let's go back to the year of Golden Skans, Made Of Bricks, Ruby, The View, New Young Pony Club, Neon Bible and Men's Needs, Women's Needs, Whatever.
The debut album from the Dundee tykes featured Wasted Little DJs and Skag Trendy.
Damon Albarn joined Paul Simonon of The Clash, Simon Tong of The Verve and drummer Tony Allen to produce this supergroup concept album.
The nu-rave outfit released their debut, which included Atlantis To Interzone, Gravity's Rainbow, Golden Skans and It's Not Over Yet. It won that year's Mercury Music Prize for best album.
The band's second album featured The Prayer, Hunting For Witches and I Still Remember.
The debut album from Mr Treays featured the hits Sheila and Calm Down Dearest.
The second album from the Leeds band featured Ruby, When The Heat Dies Down and Everything Is Average Nowadays.
James Murphy's second album includes the tracks North American Scum, Someone Great and All My Friends.
Faris Rotter and co released their debut album, which included the terrifying Sheena Is A Parasite and She Is The New Thing.
The Canadian wonders released their second album, which included Keep The Car Running, Intervention and No Cars Go.
The band released their debut album, which featured Toothpaste Kisses and About Your Dress.
The Sheffield band released their second album, which included the hits Brianstorm, Teddy Picker and Fluorescent Adolescent.
The Followills released their third album, which included the classics Charmer, On Call and Fans.
The Jarmans' third album featured Men's Needs, Our Bovine Public, Moving Pictures and I'm A Realist.
The band's debut album featured I Found Out and Romantic Type.
The debut album from the French dance duo featured the epic D.A.N.C.E. and Waters Of Nazereth.
The second album from the Birmingham band featured Smokers Outside The Hospital Doors, The Racing Rats and the excellent title track.
The Biff released their fourth album, which saw them hit the mainstream for the first time, by making No 2 in the UK charts. Tracks included Living Is A Problem Because Everything Dies, Saturday Superhouse, Machines and Who's Got A Match?
Rising from the ashes of the band Simian, this debut album featured the great tune Hustler.
Jack and Meg released their sixth and final album, which included You Don't Know What Love Is (You Just Do As Your Told), Rag And Bone and Conquest.
Josh Homme's rock gods released their fifth album, which included the tracks Sick Sick Sick and Make It Wit Chu.
The debut album from the London combo featured Get Lucky, The Bomb and Ice Cream.
The trio's debut album featured the big tunes Away From Here and Had Enough.
Harrow's finest released her debut album, which included Foundations, Mouthwash and Pumpkin Soup.
Ms Arulpragasam released her second album, which included the massive tune Paper Planes and a cover of the Bollywood classic Jimmy.
The sixth album from Dave Grohl's rock heroes featured the tracks The Pretender and Long Road To Ruin.
Thom Yorke and co ruffled a few feathers when they offered their new album as a download and asked fans to pay what they wanted. Big tunes included Reckoner and Jigsaw Falling Into Place.
The second album from Peter Doherty's band featured Delivery and You Talk.
The Wombats burst onto the scene with their debut album, which included indie bangers in Let's Dance To Joy Division, Moving To New York and Kill The Director.