We hit the halfway point in Xfm’s mega-list of the best tunes of the Noughties. Take a look!
50 Foo Fighters - ‘Times Like These’ Taken from the “One By One” album in 2003, this is a Foo Fighters live favourite, with Dave Grohl usually performing the song solo on an acoustic guitar.
49 Bloc Party - ‘Flux’ Reportedly written for Kylie Minogue, Bloc Party released this one-off single in November 2007 and heralded a new, dancier direction for the band.
48 Oasis - ‘The Importance Of Being Idle’ The Gallaghers’ last number one was this track from “Don’t Believe The Truth”, which was accompained by a hilarious video featuring actor Rhys Ifans.
47 Kings of Leon – ‘Fans’ A 2007 single, taken from the band’s album “Because Of The Times”. The song pays tribute to the Kings’ massive fanbase in the UK.
46 Temper Trap - ‘Sweet Disposition’ The debut single from the Melbourne band and one of the biggest tunes of 2009, taken from their album “Conditions”.
45 Biffy Clyro - ‘Mountains’ The Ayrshire trio had a massive hit in July 2008 with this track, making Number 5 in the UK charts. It’s taken from their latest album “Only Revolutions”.
44 Foo Fighters - ‘Best Of You’ The first single from the band’s fifth album “In Your Honor”, this song was later performed at Live Eath and re-entered the UK charts because of the publicity.
43 Doves - ‘Pounding’ The second single from Doves’ second album “The Last Broadcast”, released in the summer of 2002.
42 Snow Patrol - ‘Run’ One of the biggest hits from the band, making number 5 in the charts, and was taken from their third album Final Straw. It was famously covered by X Factor finalist Leona Lewis.
41 Kings Of Leon - ‘The Bucket’ From the album “Aha Shake Heartbreak”, released in 2004, it made Number 16 in the UK and Number 23 in the US. The song concerns the band’s reaction to the fame garnered by their first album and world tour.
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