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The Kickabout with Johnny Vaughan 11am - 1pm
28 December 2019, 20:00 | Updated: 28 December 2019, 20:01
Here's 50 of the greatest songs from the past ten years - from Arctic Monkeys, Foo Fighters, Noel Gallagher, Florence + The Machine, Catfish & The Bottlemen and more...
The unique sound of Alt-J gave us this massive tune.
Win Butler gets in a very special guest for this disco classic... David Bowie!
Alex Turner digs deep within for this AM classic.
"I'm a puppet on a string, Tracy Island, time-traveling" - what a way to start a lyric.
The former Verve man sets the record straight with another anthem.
One of the biggest talents of the decade, Dan Smith quickly became pop royalty.
The Biff went from strength to strength in the 2010s - this was an instant classic.
One of Britain's best new talents of the past few years.
The duo of Dan Auerbach and Patrick Carney proved that blues rock will never die.
Glittering synth pop from the acclaimed Stockport band.
Rae Morris on vocals for this ethereal track from the So Long See You Tomorrow album.
Nottingham-born Bugg was a blossoming talent this decade - this is his best-known song.
Van McCann proved himself to be one of the best new songwriters of the decade.
"She said 'It's you i detest!', I said she looked underslept...She deffo didn't like that no..."
Sparkling synth pop from Glasgow's CHVRCHES, featuring the talented Lauren Mayberry.
Daft Punk + Nile Rodgers + Pharrell = pure bliss.
Moody and magnificient, the former Lizzy Grant cut a striking figure throughout the 2010s.
Another swooning ballad from the eternally wonderful Guy Garvey.
Complex math rock from the Manchester mavericks.
A stellar vocal talent nails the state of the nation in 2019.
Florence Welch: drama, emotion and an incredible voice.
The 2010s saw Foals become one of Britain's biggest and best bands with this solid banger.
The decade saw Dave Grohl ascend to true rock royalty as his band got more popular than ever.
Dark-tinged sprightly pop song that was everywhere in 2011
Liam crashed back into our lives with this stunning solo outing.
"All your darkness has come back to you in time / Brace yourself world, it's about to blow your mind..."
Noel's solo career is accomplished, progressive and assuredly brilliant.
"If I had a gun I'd shoot a hole into the sun ./ And love would burn this city down for you..."
Another fresh new talent from Britain, and what a voice.
The introspective Ben Howard with his most-loved single.
Rousing, gospel-inspired blues from Ireland.
Mr Jamie Treays made a comeback with this infectious tune in 2014.
Joyous acoustic folk from this Australian singer-songwriter.
The 2010s were the decade Kasabian made it to the big leagues. Here's why.
Brandon Flowers struts his stuff in this excellent indie anthem.
The Followills get emotional in one of their top tunes of the decade.
Rousing stuff with a sense of urgency from the much-loved British band.
Electrifying, uplifting, the Mumfords were one of THE bands of the decade.
Matt Bellamy gets conceptual as Muse continue to expand their universe.
The Scottish singer creates an impassioned plea to humanity.
High-stepping big tune from the US indie band.
Mike Kerr and Ben Thatcher demonstrated that stipped back sounds were best.
Rabble-rousing foot stomper from Kelly Jones.
Exciting new indie pop was the order of the day from this Nortehrn Irish trio.
The perfect indie quarter for their generation: killer chorus, non-stop hooks, the lot.
Genre-straddling rock from Ezra Koenig.
A tragic story - the British indie band that left us before they could fulfill their promise.
The former White Stripes man hasn't lost any of his fire when going solo.
Murph and his bandmates make wry lyrics and anthemic choruses a fine art.
Introverted, yet powerful - the new wave of ambitious guitar rock.