5 great songs that have unexpectedly been featured on the soundtrack to Friends
6 May 2016, 06:00
On this day in 2004, those Friends made their way into a New York coffee shop for the last time. We celebrate this televisual milestone with some tunes that featured in this classic comedy.
R.E.M. - What's The Frequency Kenneth?
As heard in The One With Two Parts, where's it's played at Phoebe's party. Hipster. Well, it was hip in 1995.
Cornershop - Brimful Of Asha
A great party tune played in The One With The Fake Party. It was about a party. That was fake.
The Clash - London Calling
Joe Strummer's ode to Thatcher's Britain was the music played as Joey and Chandler tour London in The One With Ross's Wedding.
Fatboy Slim - Rockerfeller Skank
The Norman Cook big beat stinker was played in a party scene in The One With A Girl Who Hits Joey. Joey was hit by a girl in this episode.
Foo Fighters - Everlong
An instrumental version of this Foos classic was included in The One With Monica and Chandler's Wedding, Part II as the pair got married.
Interpol - Untitled
Which song would ideally soundtrack the sight of Joey getting it on with Rachel in a hotel in Barbados? That's right, an Interpol album track.