Parlophone Singles

Parlophone singles

  • 100 Degrees
    "100 Degrees" is a song by Australian singer-songwriter Kylie Minogue, with her sister Dannii Minogue. The track was the second single from Kylie's album Kylie Christmas. It was released on 13 November 2015 by Parlophone and Warner Bros. Records.
  • 101 Dam-Nations
    "101 Dam-Nations" is a song written by Graham Dye and Steven Dye.
  • 19-2000 19-2000
    "19-2000", sometimes written "19/2000", is a song from Gorillaz' self-titled debut album Gorillaz. It was also the second single from the album, released in June 2001.
  • 2 + 2 = 5 (song)
    "2 + 2 = 5", commonly referred to as "2 + 2 = 5", is a song by the English rock band Radiohead, released as the third and final single from their sixth album Hail to the Thief in 2003. The song reached number 15 on the United Kingdom singles chart.
  • 5/4 (Gorillaz song)
    5/4 is a song by Gorillaz and is the second track on their 2001 self-titled eponymous debut album. According to the Gorillaz biography Rise of the Ogre, "5/4" was originally intended to follow "Clint Eastwood" as a single, but was instead replaced by "19-2000" at the "last minute."
  • 5 Minutes (Tinie Tempah song)
    "5 Minutes" is a song by British rapper Tinie Tempah. It was released as a promotional single from his second studio album Demonstration in June 2014, through Parlophone and Disturbing London.
  • 911 (Gorillaz and D12 song)
    "911" is a song by British virtual band Gorillaz & American hip-hop group D12 and features guest vocals from Specials' member Terry Hall. The song was recorded during 2001 in West London, after D12 were left stranded in England after the 9/11 terrorist attacks on New York City.
  • Act Naturally Act Naturally
    "Act Naturally" is a song written by Johnny Russell and Voni Morrison, originally recorded by Buck Owens and the Buckaroos, whose version reached number 1 on the Billboard Country Singles chart in 1963, his first chart-topper.
  • A Day in the Life
    "A Day in the Life" is a song by the English rock band the Beatles that was released as the final track of their 1967 album Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band.
  • Adventure of a Lifetime
    "Adventure of a Lifetime" is a song by British rock band Coldplay. It was released on 6 November 2015 as the lead single from their seventh studio album, A Head Full of Dreams.
  • After You (Beverley Knight song)
    "After You" is the second single released from British singer-songwriter Beverley Knight's fifth studio album, Music City Soul. The radio edit of the song was produced by Pete Vale and has different production and vocals to the original album version, which was produced by Mark Nevers.
  • A Hard Day's Night (song) A Hard Day's Night (song)
    "A Hard Day's Night" is a song by the English rock band the Beatles. Credited to Lennon–McCartney, it was written by John Lennon, with some collaboration from Paul McCartney. It was released on the film soundtrack of the same name in 1964.
  • Air Balloon (Lily Allen song)
    "Air Balloon" is a song by British musician Lily Allen. The song was premiered on BBC Radio 1 on 13 January 2014 and was released on 2 March 2014, as the second single from Allen's third studio album, Sheezus.
  • Alfie (song) Alfie (song)
    "Alfie" is a song written by Burt Bacharach and Hal David to promote the 1966 film Alfie. The song was a major hit for Cilla Black and Dionne Warwick.
  • Aliens (Coldplay song)
    "Aliens" is a song by British rock band Coldplay. The song was written by all four members of Coldplay as well as Brian Eno, with production handled by Markus Dravs, Rik Simpson and Brian Eno. It was released on 6 July 2017, as the third promotional single from the band's thirteenth EP Kaleidoscope.
  • All Cried Out (Blonde song)
    "All Cried Out" is a song by British house duo Blonde. It features vocals from American singer/actor Alex Newell.
  • All I Can Think About Is You
    "All I Can Think About Is You" is a song by British rock band Coldplay from their EP Kaleidoscope. The song was released ahead of the EP on 15 June 2017, following "Hypnotised". It was composed by all four members of Coldplay, with production handled by Daniel Green and Rik Simpson.
  • All I See All I See
    "All I See" is a song recorded by Australian Kylie Minogue for her tenth studio album, X. The song was written by Jonas Jeberg, Mich Hedin Hansen, Edwin "Lil' Eddie" Serrano and produced by Jeberg and Cutfather. It was released digitally as a lead single in North America on 11 March 2008.
  • All My Loving All My Loving
    "All My Loving" is a song by the English rock band the Beatles, written by Paul McCartney, from the 1963 album With the Beatles.
  • All the Lovers All the Lovers
    "All the Lovers" is a song recorded by Australian recording artist Kylie Minogue for her eleventh studio album, Aphrodite. One of the last songs to be recorded for the album, "All the Lovers" was written by Jim Eliot and Mima Stilwell and produced by the former.
  • All You Need Is Love All You Need Is Love
    "All You Need Is Love" is a song by the English rock band the Beatles that was released as a non-album single in July 1967. It was written by John Lennon and credited to Lennon–McCartney.
  • All Your Gold
    The Haunted Man is the third studio album by English singer and songwriter Natasha Khan, professionally known as Bat for Lashes. It was released on 12 October 2012 by Parlophone. The album was preceded by the lead single "Laura", which was released on 24 July 2012.
  • Always on My Mind Always on My Mind
    "Always on My Mind" is an American country music song by Johnny Christopher, Mark James and Wayne Carson, recorded first by Gwen McCrae and Brenda Lee in 1972.
  • Amarillo (Gorillaz song)
    "Amarillo" is a double A-side single with "Revolving Doors" released by British alternative band Gorillaz from their iPad recorded album, The Fall. The word "amarillo" comes from Spanish and it translates to "yellow".
  • American English (song) American English (song)
    "American English" is a song by Scottish rock band Idlewild, from their 2002 album The Remote Part. It was released as the second single from the album in June 2002 and charted at #15 in the UK Singles Chart. It features piano performed by sometime band member Jeremy Mills.
  • A Million Years
    "A Million Years" is a song recorded by Swedish singer Mariette. The song was released as a digital download in Sweden on 26 February 2017 and peaked at number 26 on the Swedish Singles Chart.
  • A Modern Way of Letting Go A Modern Way of Letting Go
    "A Modern Way of Letting Go" is a song by Scottish rock band Idlewild, from their 2002 album The Remote Part. It was the fourth and last single taken from the album and charted at #28 in the UK Singles Chart.
  • Andromeda (Gorillaz song)
    "Andromeda" is a song by alternative rock virtual band Gorillaz, featuring American rapper D.R.A.M., the song was released on 23 March 2017. It was released as the fourth single from their fifth studio album Humanz.
  • Animal (Conor Maynard song) Animal (Conor Maynard song)
    "Animal" is a song by British singer Conor Maynard from his debut studio album, Contrast. It was released as the album's fourth single as a digital download on 20 January 2013, it features vocals from English rapper, MC, songwriter, record producer and recording artist Wiley.
  • Animal Magic (song)
    "Animal Magic" is a 1987 single by British new wave artist Belouis Some, from his 1987 self-titled second album. The song reached #6 on the U.S. Hot Dance Club Play chart.
  • Another World (The Chemical Brothers song)
    "Another World" is a song by The Chemical Brothers, and the third song and second single from Further, their seventh studio album released 14 June 2010. It lasts 5:40 but there is a shorter version featured on the single, video, and radio.
  • Anyone Can Play Guitar Anyone Can Play Guitar
    "Anyone Can Play Guitar" is a single taken from Radiohead's first album Pablo Honey, released just in advance of the album. It is the band's second single, and their first to receive a wide hearing.
  • Anyone Who Had a Heart (song)
    "Anyone Who Had a Heart" is a song written by Burt Bacharach and Hal David for Dionne Warwick in 1963. In January 1964, Warwick's original recording hit the Top Ten in the United States, Canada, Spain, Netherlands, South Africa, Belgium and Australia.
  • A Red Letter Day A Red Letter Day
    "A Red Letter Day" is a single by British electronic music group Pet Shop Boys. It was released as the fourth single from their 1996 album Bilingual on 17 March 1997. The single peaked at number 9 on the UK Singles Chart, making it another top 10 single for the group.
  • Are We Ready? (Wreck)
    "Are We Ready?" is a song by Irish indie rock band Two Door Cinema Club from their third studio album, Gameshow. The song was released on 14 June 2016 as the album's lead single. It was featured as a track in the soundtrack for FIFA 17 by EA Sports.
  • Are You Sure? (Kris Kross Amsterdam song)
    "Are You Sure?" is a song by Dutch DJ and record producer trio Kris Kross Amsterdam and English singer-songwriter Conor Maynard, featuring vocals from American singer, songwriter and record producer Ty Dolla Sign. The song samples "Who Do You Love" by American musician Bernard Wright.
  • Ascension (Gorillaz song)
    "Ascension" is a song by alternative rock virtual band Gorillaz, featuring Vince Staples. The song was released on 23 March 2017. It was released as the third single from their fifth studio album Humanz.
  • Ask Me Why
    "Ask Me Why" is a song by the English rock band the Beatles originally released in the United Kingdom as the B-side of their hit single "Please Please Me". It was also included on their first UK album, Please Please Me.
  • A Sky Full of Stars
    "A Sky Full of Stars" is a song by the British rock band Coldplay. It was released in 2014 as the third single from their sixth album, Ghost Stories. The band co-wrote and co-produced the song with Avicii and received production assistance from Paul Epworth, Daniel Green and Rik Simpson.
  • At Christmas (song)
    "At Christmas" is a song by Australian recording artist Kylie Minogue, from the 2016 Snow Queen Edition of her thirteenth studio album, Kylie Christmas. The song was released on 22 November 2016 by Parlophone.
  • A Thousand Shadows A Thousand Shadows
    "A Thousand Shadows" is a song by American rock group The Seeds, written by vocalist Sky Saxon, keyboardist Daryl Hooper, and guitarist Jan Savage. Produced by Marcus Tybalt, it was released as a single in 1967 and peaked at number 72 on the U.S. Billboard Hot 100 chart.
  • Atlas (Coldplay song) Atlas (Coldplay song)
    "Atlas" is a song by British rock band Coldplay for The Hunger Games: Catching Fire – Original Motion Picture Soundtrack, the soundtrack to the 2013 American science-fiction adventure film The Hunger Games: Catching Fire.
  • A Wall
    The Haunted Man is the third studio album by English singer and songwriter Natasha Khan, professionally known as Bat for Lashes. It was released on 12 October 2012 by Parlophone. The album was preceded by the lead single "Laura", which was released on 24 July 2012.
  • A Winter's Tale (Queen song) A Winter's Tale (Queen song)
    "A Winter's Tale" is a song by Queen, from the album Made in Heaven, released in 1995 after Freddie Mercury's death in 1991. It was written after the Innuendo sessions, inspired as Mercury was staring out the windows of his hospital, at Lake Geneva.
  • Baby, You're a Rich Man Baby, You're a Rich Man
    "Baby, You're a Rich Man" is a song by the English rock band the Beatles. It was written by John Lennon and Paul McCartney, and released as the B-side of the band's "All You Need Is Love" single in July 1967.
  • Back in the U.S.S.R. Back in the U.S.S.R.
    "Back in the U.S.S.R." is a song by the Beatles. It is credited to the songwriting partnership Lennon–McCartney, but written by Paul McCartney. The song opens the 1968 double-disc album The Beatles, and then segues into "Dear Prudence".
  • Bad Ambassador Bad Ambassador
    "Bad Ambassador" is a song by The Divine Comedy. It was released as the second single from the album Regeneration. A live version of the track serves as the A-side on the second CD single.
  • Bad Blood (Supergrass song) Bad Blood (Supergrass song)
    "Bad Blood" is the second single from British rock group Supergrass' sixth album, Diamond Hoo Ha. It was released on 17 March 2008, which was one week before the album's release date.
  • Bad Decisions (Two Door Cinema Club song)
    "Bad Decisions" is a song by Irish indie rock band Two Door Cinema Club from their third studio album, Gameshow. The song was released on 29 July 2016 as the album's second single.
  • Bad Penny Blues
    "Bad Penny Blues" is a fast instrumental blues written by Humphrey Lyttelton and recorded with his band in London on 20 April 1956.
  • Bad to Me
    "Bad to Me" is a song credited to Lennon–McCartney. In late interviews, John Lennon said that he wrote it for Billy J. Kramer with The Dakotas while on holiday in Spain. However, in a 1964 interview he said that he and Paul McCartney wrote it in the back of a van, so Paul contributed to it.
  • Bang Bang (will.i.am song)
    "Bang Bang" is a song recorded by American producer and rapper will.i.am featuring the vocals of Shelby Spalione. The single features as the third track on the soundtrack album of the 2013 Baz Luhrmann film The Great Gatsby.
  • Bang-Shang-A-Lang
    "Bang-Shang-A-Lang" is the debut single released by The Archies in 1968. It was written and produced by Jeff Barry. The song was featured on their self-titled album. It peaked at No. 22 on the Billboard Hot 100.
  • Beautiful 'Cause You Love Me Beautiful 'Cause You Love Me
    "Beautiful 'Cause You Love Me" is a song recorded by British girl group Girls Aloud from their second compilation album, Ten. It was written by Rachel Moulden and produced by Jim Eliot. The song received mixed reviews from music critics, who thought that ballads were not the group's best efforts.
  • Beautiful Night (Paul McCartney song) Beautiful Night (Paul McCartney song)
    "Beautiful Night" is a song by Paul McCartney and is the 13th track on his 1997 album Flaming Pie. In December 1997, it was released as the third and final single from that album, peaking at number 25 in the UK Singles Chart.
  • Being a Girl
    "Being a Girl" is a song by the English alternative rock band Mansun. The song was written by band-leader Paul Draper. It was recorded and produced by Paul Draper and Mark 'Spike' Stent with additional production by Mike Hunter during sessions for the group's second studio album.
  • Being Boring Being Boring
    "Being Boring" is a song by the British pop group Pet Shop Boys, the opening track from their fourth album Behaviour.
  • Be My Twin
    "Be My Twin" is a 1988 single released by British boyband Brother Beyond. It reached No.3 in the UK charts in December 1988. The song was written by band members David Ben White and Carl Fysh.
  • Better than Today
    "Better than Today" is a song recorded by Australian singer Kylie Minogue for her eleventh studio album, Aphrodite.
  • Better than You (Conor Maynard song)
    "Better than You" is a song by British pop singer Conor Maynard featuring vocals from Rita Ora, from his debut studio album Contrast.
  • Beware of the Dog (song) Beware of the Dog (song)
    "Beware of the Dog" is a song written by Jamelia, Stuart Crichton, Tommy Lee James, Karen Poole and Martin Gore, produced by Crichton for Jamelia's third album Walk with Me. The single is notable for its sample of Depeche Mode's song "Personal Jesus" and was the second single released from the...
  • Big When I Was Little Big When I Was Little
    "Big When I Was Little" is a song by British recording artist Eliza Doolittle. The song was released as a digital download in the United Kingdom on 28 July 2013 as the lead single from her second studio album, In Your Hands. It joined BBC Radio 2's playlist in June.
  • Biker Like an Icon Biker Like an Icon
    "Biker Like an Icon" is a song by Paul McCartney from his 1993 album Off the Ground. It was released as 7" and CD singles. The music video for the song first aired on MTV's First Look television show. The clip was repeated the following day.
  • Birthday (Beatles song) Birthday (Beatles song)
    "Birthday" is a song written by Lennon–McCartney and performed by the Beatles on their double album The Beatles.
  • Bittersweet Bundle of Misery
    "Bittersweet Bundle of Misery" is a song by Graham Coxon and was released as the second single from his fifth solo album Happiness in Magazines in 2004. It peaked at #22 on the UK Singles Chart.
  • Blacker Than Black Blacker Than Black
    "Blacker Than Black" is a 1990 single by Scottish alternative rock group Goodbye Mr. Mackenzie. "Blacker Than Black" was the bands second and final single release under the Parlophone label, and preceded its parent album Hammer and Tongs by almost a year.
  • Blast Off (David Guetta and Kaz James song)
    "Blast Off" is a song by French house music producer and disc jockey David Guetta and Australian singer and DJ Kaz James. It was released as a digital download on 9 June 2014. The song was written by Guetta, James, Ralph Wegner, Ebow Graham, Pavan Mukhi, and Giorgio Tuinfort.
  • Bohemian Like You Bohemian Like You
    "Bohemian Like You" is a song by American alternative rock band The Dandy Warhols. The song was written by frontman Courtney Taylor-Taylor after seeing a woman pull up in her car to the traffic lights outside his apartment.
  • Bohemian Rhapsody Bohemian Rhapsody
    "Bohemian Rhapsody" is a song by the British rock band Queen. It was written by Freddie Mercury for the band's 1975 album A Night at the Opera.
  • Bout (song) Bout (song)
    "Bout" is the sixth single from British R&B artist Jamelia and the first single from her second album Thank You. Overall, "Bout" is fairly ignored as a single and "Superstar" is widely regarded to be the first single from the album.
  • Boy Next Door (song) Boy Next Door (song)
    "Boy Next Door" is the fifth single from British R&B artist Jamelia and the fourth and final single from her debut album Drama. "Boy Next Door" is Jamelia's smallest hit, missing the UK Top 40, peaking at #42 and spending only two weeks inside the Top 75.
  • Brand New Cadillac
    "Brand New Cadillac" is a 1959 12-bar blues song by Vince Taylor, and was originally released as a B-side. Featured musicians on the released recording were: Joe Moretti, Lou Brian, Brian Locking and Brian Bennett.
  • Break the Night with Colour Break the Night with Colour
    "Break the Night with Colour" is a song by English singer-songwriter Richard Ashcroft and is the third track on his 2006 album Keys to the World. The song was also released as the first single from that album on 9 January 2006, peaking at #3 in the UK Singles Chart.
  • Breakthru (song) Breakthru (song)
    "Breakthru" is a song by the British rock band Queen. Written by Freddie Mercury and Roger Taylor but credited to Queen, it was released in June 1989 from the album The Miracle.
  • Broken Love Song Broken Love Song
    "Broken Love Song" is the second single released from Pete Doherty's debut album, Grace/Wastelands. It was not a commercial success, failing to chart in the UK Singles Chart. It was released on 3 August 2009.
  • Burning Benches Burning Benches
    "Burning Benches" is a song by English rock band Morning Runner and was the fourth track on their 2006 debut album Wilderness Is Paradise Now. The song was also released as the lead single from that album on 20 February 2006, peaking at #19 in the UK Singles Chart.
  • Bus Stop (song)
    "Bus Stop" is a song recorded and released as a single by the British pop band The Hollies in 1966. It reached No. 5 in the UK Singles Chart. It was the Hollies' first US hit, reaching No. 5 on the Billboard charts in September 1966.
  • Butterfly (Kylie Minogue song) Butterfly (Kylie Minogue song)
    "Butterfly" is a song by Australian recording artist and songwriter Kylie Minogue from her seventh studio album Light Years. The song was written by Minogue and Steven Anderson and was produced by DJ Mark Picchiotti. It was released as the sixth and first promotional single off her album.
  • Call Me (Jamelia song) Call Me (Jamelia song)
    "Call Me" is the fourth single from British R&B artist Jamelia and the third single from her debut album Drama. "Call Me" became another signature track in Jamelia's career and followed "Money" into the UK top 20, just missing out on a top 10 place, peaking at No. 11.
  • Can't Buy Me Love Can't Buy Me Love
    "Can't Buy Me Love" is a song composed by Paul McCartney and released by the Beatles on the A-side of their sixth British single, "Can't Buy Me Love/You Can't Do That".
  • Can't Get You Out of My Head
    "Can't Get You Out of My Head" is a song recorded by Australian singer Kylie Minogue for her eighth studio album, titled Fever, which she released in 2001. The song was released in Australia by Parlophone as the lead single from the album on 17 September 2001.
  • Can't Say No Can't Say No
    "Can't Say No" is a debut single by British singer Conor Maynard. It was first released on 2 March 2012 in Belgium, then in the United Kingdom on 29 April 2012.
  • Can't Seem to Make You Mine Can't Seem to Make You Mine
    "Can't Seem to Make You Mine" is a song by American rock group The Seeds, written by vocalist Sky Saxon and produced by Marcus Tybalt. It was released as a single in 1965 and re-issued in 1967, when it peaked at number 41 on the U.S. Billboard Hot 100 chart.
  • Can You Forgive Her? (song) Can You Forgive Her? (song)
    "Can You Forgive Her?" is a song by Pet Shop Boys, recorded for their 1993 album Very.
  • Carrie Anne Carrie Anne
    "Carrie Anne" is a song written by Allan Clarke, Graham Nash, and Tony Hicks and released by British pop rock group The Hollies. The song was recorded on 1 May 1967 and was released as a single in the same month by Parlophone Records in the United Kingdom and Epic Records in the United States.
  • Caught by the Fuzz Caught by the Fuzz
    "Caught by the Fuzz" was the first single by Britpop band Supergrass.
  • Changing of the Seasons (song)
    Changing of the Seasons is a song by the Irish indie rock band Two Door Cinema Club. The song is the lead single and title track from the band's 2013 extended play of the same name, Changing of the Seasons.
  • Children of the Sun (Tinie Tempah song) Children of the Sun (Tinie Tempah song)
    "Children of the Sun" is a song by English rapper Tinie Tempah, featuring additional vocals from Swedish singer John Martin. It was released on 25 October 2013 as the second single from Tempah's second studio album Demonstration.
  • Chocolate (Kylie Minogue song) Chocolate (Kylie Minogue song)
    "Chocolate" is a song by Australian recording artist Kylie Minogue, taken from her ninth studio album Body Language. It was written by its producer Johnny Douglas and Karen Poole. The song is a ballad which uses a chocolate simile to describe Minogue's obsession with love.
  • Christmas Lights (song) Christmas Lights (song)
    "Christmas Lights" is a song by British alternative rock band Coldplay released on 1 December 2010, as a digital download. Described by the band as "a mid-tempo number" in the key of G major, the song was released to very positive reviews. The cover art is by Yu Matsuoka Pol.
  • Clap Your Hands (David Guetta and GlowInTheDark song)
    "Clap Your Hands" is a song by French DJ and record producer David Guetta and Dutch electronic music duo GLOWINTHEDARK. The song was released as a digital download on 2 October 2015. The song has peaked to number 166 on the French Singles Chart.
  • C-lebrity C-lebrity
    "C-lebrity" is the second single from The Cosmos Rocks album by Queen + Paul Rodgers. The song reached #1 on the UK Rock Singles Chart.
  • Clint Eastwood (song) Clint Eastwood (song)
    "Clint Eastwood" is a song by British virtual band Gorillaz, released as the first single from their self-titled debut album in March 2001. The song is named after the actor of the same name due to its similarity to the theme music of The Good, the Bad and the Ugly.
  • Clocks (song) Clocks (song)
    "Clocks" is a song by British rock band Coldplay. It was written and composed, as a collaboration between all the members of the band, for their second album A Rush of Blood to the Head. Built around a piano riff, the song features cryptic lyrics concerning themes of contrast and urgency.
  • Closed for Business
    "Closed for Business" is a song by Chester rock band Mansun. It was released as the lead song on Seven EP in 1997 and became their second top ten hit on the UK Singles Chart.
  • Come as You Are (Beverley Knight song) Come as You Are (Beverley Knight song)
    "Come as You Are" is the lead single from Beverley Knight's fourth studio album, Affirmation. It is her highest-charting single to date and became her second UK top ten hit, peaking at number nine. It remained in the UK top seventy-five for ten weeks.
  • Come Outside (song) Come Outside (song)
    "Come Outside" was a number one in the UK Singles Chart in 1962 for Mike Sarne, and the actress Wendy Richard, who provided vocal interjections. The track stayed at No. 1 for two weeks in late June and early July that year.
  • Coming Up (song) Coming Up (song)
    "Coming Up" is a song written and performed by Paul McCartney. It is the opening track on his 1980 solo album McCartney II. Like other songs on the album, the song has a minimalist synthesised feel to it. It featured vocals sped up by using a vari-speed tape machine.
  • Complicated Disaster Complicated Disaster
    "Complicated Disaster" is a song that was recorded by rock singer Tina Turner. It is a track from her 2004 greatest hits Compilation: All The Best. The song was released as a promotional single in Europe in 2005.
  • Cowman, Milk Your Cow
    "Cowman, Milk Your Cow" is a 1967 song written and composed by Barry and Robin Gibb and was popularized by Adam Faith. This song was included on The Two Best Sides of Adam Faith on EMI.
  • Crazy Beat Crazy Beat
    "Crazy Beat" is a song by English band Blur. It was released as the second single from their seventh album Think Tank in 2003. "Crazy Beat" has been compared by critics and the band to Blur's 1997 hit "Song 2" in its guitar-driven simplicity.
  • Creep (Radiohead song) Creep (Radiohead song)
    "Creep" is a song by the English alternative rock band Radiohead, released as their debut single in 1992; it appeared on their first album, Pablo Honey. "Creep" was not initially a chart success, but became a worldwide hit on its rerelease in 1993.
  • Crystallize (Kylie Minogue song)
    "Crystallize" is a song by Australian recording artist Kylie Minogue. It was written by Minogue, Dev Hynes and Scott Hoffman. The song was originally recorded for Kylie's 2014 album, Kiss Me Once, but did not appear on the record.
  • Dangerous (David Guetta song)
    "Dangerous" is a song by French music producer David Guetta from his sixth studio album, Listen. It features vocals by American singer and songwriter Sam Martin. It was released as a digital download on 6 October 2014.
  • Daniel (Bat for Lashes song) Daniel (Bat for Lashes song)
    "Daniel" is a song by English recording artist Bat for Lashes, from her second studio album, Two Suns. It is her best selling single to date, selling over 46,000 copies worldwide.
  • Dare (song) Dare (song)
    "Dare" is a song by British virtual band Gorillaz, taken as the second single from their second studio album, Demon Days. The track is sung by Rosie Wilson with backing vocals from Damon Albarn and features vocals by Happy Mondays frontman Shaun Ryder.
  • Daytime Nighttime Suffering Daytime Nighttime Suffering
    "Daytime Nighttime Suffering" is a song written by Paul McCartney and recorded by Wings.
  • Day Tripper Day Tripper
    "Day Tripper" is a song by the Beatles that was released as a double A-side single with "We Can Work It Out" in December 1965. Written primarily by John Lennon, it was credited to the Lennon–McCartney partnership. Both songs were recorded during the sessions for the band's Rubber Soul album.
  • Death on Two Legs (Dedicated to...)
    "Death on Two Legs" is a song by the British rock band Queen, and is the opening track on their fourth album A Night at the Opera.
  • Delilah (Queen song)
    Innuendo is the fourteenth studio album by the British rock band Queen, released on 5 February 1991. Produced by David Richards and the band, it was the band's final studio album to be released in Freddie Mercury's lifetime and also their last to be composed entirely of new material.
  • Deliver Your Children
    "Deliver Your Children" is a song written by Denny Laine and Paul McCartney that was first issued on Wings' 1978 album London Town. It was also released as the B-side of Wings' single "I've Had Enough."
  • Det är över nu
    Det är över nu is a song written by Per Gessle, and recorded by Gyllene Tider releasing it as a single on 8 May 1995. The single peaked at 11th position at the Swedish singles chart. The song also became a Trackslistan hit.
  • Det hjärta som brinner
    Det hjärta som brinner is a song written by Per Gessle, and recorded by Gyllene Tider on the 1981 album "Moderna Tider". On 26 March 1981, the song was appointed "Smash hit of the week" at Poporama.
  • Diamond Hoo Ha Man Diamond Hoo Ha Man
    "Diamond Hoo Ha Man" is a song by British rock band Supergrass. The single was first played live at Guilfest 2007 in Guildford, England, and this live version was then released as a free download via the band's website.
  • Did You See Me Coming? Did You See Me Coming?
    "Did You See Me Coming?" is a song written and recorded by Pet Shop Boys released on June 1, 2009 as the second single from their tenth studio album Yes. It peaked at number 21 on the UK Singles Chart, and is to date the last Pet Shop Boys single to have entered the UK top 40.
  • Disappointed Disappointed
    "Disappointed" was the fourth single by the English band Electronic. Like their first single "Getting Away with It" it featured Neil Tennant of Pet Shop Boys as well as founding members Johnny Marr and Bernard Sumner.
  • Disco Inferno Disco Inferno
    "Disco Inferno" is a song by American disco band The Trammps from their 1976 fourth studio album of the same name.
  • Diva Lady Diva Lady
    "Diva Lady" is a song by The Divine Comedy and is featured on their 2006 album, Victory for the Comic Muse. It was released 12 June 2006 as the lead single from that album, peaking at #52 in the UK Singles Chart.
  • DJ Culture DJ Culture
    "DJ Culture" is the first single released by British electronic music group Pet Shop Boys from their singles collection album '. The single peaked at number 13 on the UK Singles Chart in 1991.
  • DJ (Jamelia song) DJ (Jamelia song)
    "DJ" is the fifth and final single from Jamelia's second album Thank You and was also released a double a-side with the Sam Brown song "Stop".
  • Djôn'maya
    "Djôn'maya is a famous song composed and sung by Burkinabé singer-songwriter and musician Victor Démé and is considered his signature tune.
  • Domino Dancing Domino Dancing
    "Domino Dancing" is a song recorded by the British synthpop duo Pet Shop Boys, released as the lead single from their 1988 album, Introspective. It reached number 7 on the UK Singles Chart.
  • Doncamatic Doncamatic
    "Doncamatic" is a single by British alternative band Gorillaz as the only song from The Singles Collection 2001–2011. The track features British singer Daley. The single was released on 21 November 2010 via digital download, with a physical release following the next day.
  • Don't Give It Up (Siobhán Donaghy song) Don't Give It Up (Siobhán Donaghy song)
    "Don't Give It Up" is the first single from former Sugababes member Siobhán Donaghy's second solo album, Ghosts. It was the first song to appear on her MySpace page, and was not originally intended as a single release.
  • Don't Leave Me This Way (Tina Turner song) Don't Leave Me This Way (Tina Turner song)
    "Don't Leave Me This Way" is a song by American recording artist Tina Turner. It was written and produced by Paul Barry, Mark Taylor and Brian Rawling and originally released in the United Kingdom in 1998 by Emmerdale actress Malandra Burrows.
  • Don't Panic (Coldplay song)
    "Don't Panic" is a song by the British rock band Coldplay. Originally titled "Panic", the earliest known version of the song existed in 1998, performed live during the band's first gig in the same year. It had a different melody, and was included in the band's second EP, The Blue Room.
  • Don't Panic (song) Don't Panic (song)
    "Don't Panic" is a song by British rock band Coldplay. Originally titled "Panic", the earliest known version of the song existed in 1998, performed live during the band's first gig in the same year. It had a different melody, and was included in the band's second EP, The Blue Room.
  • Don't Pull Your Love Don't Pull Your Love
    "Don't Pull Your Love" is a classic song written by Brian Potter and Dennis Lambert. The song was originally released in 1971 by Hamilton, Joe Frank & Reynolds.
  • Don't Talk to Strangers (The Beau Brummels song)
    "Don't Talk to Strangers" is a song by American rock group The Beau Brummels, released as the second single from the band's second album, The Beau Brummels, Volume 2. The song later appeared on the band's 1987 compilation album The Best of The Beau Brummels 1964–1968.
  • Don't Worry (Kim Appleby song) Don't Worry (Kim Appleby song)
    "Don't Worry" is the debut solo single of English artist Kim Appleby from her eponymous debut solo album.
  • Do You Feel My Love
    "Do You Feel My Love" is a song by British reggae musician Eddy Grant from his album Can't Get Enough. It peaked at number 8 on the UK Singles Chart.
  • Do You Want to Know a Secret Do You Want to Know a Secret
    "Do You Want to Know a Secret?" is a song by English rock group the Beatles from the 1963 album Please Please Me, sung by George Harrison.
  • Driven by You Driven by You
    "Driven by You" is a song by Queen's lead guitarist Brian May. It was written as part of his 1992 solo album, Back to the Light. It was released as a single in late 1991, peaking at #6 on the UK Singles Chart and #9 on the US Mainstream Rock Tracks Chart.
  • Ebb Tide (song)
    "Ebb Tide" is a popular song, written in 1953 by the lyricist Carl Sigman and composer Robert Maxwell.
  • Ebony and Ivory Ebony and Ivory
    "Ebony and Ivory" is a 1982 number-one single by Paul McCartney and Stevie Wonder. It was released on March 29 of that year. The song is featured on McCartney's album Tug of War.
  • Ekki múkk
    "Ekki múkk" is the second track on Sigur Rós' sixth studio album, Valtari. It premiered on the official website as well as an accompanying video on March 26, 2012.
  • El Capitan (Idlewild song)
    "El Capitan" is a song by Scottish rock band Idlewild, from their 2005 album Warnings/Promises. It was released as the third single from the album on 11 July 2005 and charted at #39 in the UK Singles Chart.
  • Eleanor Rigby Eleanor Rigby
    "Eleanor Rigby" is a song by the Beatles, released on the 1966 album Revolver and as a 45 rpm single. It was written primarily by Paul McCartney, and credited to Lennon–McCartney.
  • Election Day (song) Election Day (song)
    "Election Day" was the first single released by the Duran Duran offshoot band, Arcadia.
  • Electric Avenue (song) Electric Avenue (song)
    "Electric Avenue" is a song written, recorded and produced by Eddy Grant, who released it from his 1982 album Killer on the Rampage. In the United States, with the help of the MTV video he shot for it, it was one of 1983's biggest hits of the year.
  • Electric Man (Mansun song)
    "Electric Man" is a song by the English alternative rock band Mansun. The song was written by band-leader Paul Draper. It was recorded and produced by Hugh Padgham with co-producer Michael Hunter during sessions for the group's third studio album.
  • El Mañana (song) El Mañana (song)
    "El Mañana" is a song by British Alternative Rock Band Gorillaz. It was released on 10 April 2006 in the United Kingdom as a double A-side, and the fourth and final singles from their album Demon Days.
  • El Salvador (Athlete song)
    "El Salvador" is a song by the British rock band Athlete and was the lead track on their 2003 debut album, Vehicles and Animals. It was released 24 March 2003 as the fourth single from the album, charting at #31 in the UK Singles Chart.
  • Empire of the Clouds
    "Empire of the Clouds" is a song by the English heavy metal band Iron Maiden from their sixteenth studio album, The Book of Souls. The song was issued as a single on 16 April 2016, tying in with Record Store Day.
  • Escape Velocity (song) Escape Velocity (song)
    "Escape Velocity" is a song by The Chemical Brothers, released as a white label promotional single from their 2010 album Further. The version that appears on the single is different from that found on the album, in that it features no transition out of "Snow" or into "Another World."
  • Everglow
    "Everglow" is a song by British rock band Coldplay. It is the fourth track, promotional single and fifth single proper from their seventh studio album, A Head Full of Dreams. The song features uncredited guest vocals by Gwyneth Paltrow, the ex-wife of Chris Martin.
  • Everyday Robots (song)
    "Everyday Robots" is a song by Damon Albarn, from his solo debut album, Everyday Robots.
  • Every Day's Like Christmas
    "Every Day's Like Christmas" is a song by Australian recording artist Kylie Minogue, taken from her thirteenth studio album and first Holiday album, Kylie Christmas. It was written by Chris Martin, the frontman of the British alternative rock band, Coldplay and Stargate, who also produced.
  • Excerpt from A Teenage Opera
    "Excerpt from 'A Teenage Opera'" is a 1967 single by Keith West, produced by Mark Wirtz. It was a big hit in Europe, peaking at number two on the UK Singles Chart. The single was part of a bigger "A Teenage Opera" project.
  • Fake Plastic Trees Fake Plastic Trees
    "Fake Plastic Trees" is a song by the English alternative rock band Radiohead from their second studio album The Bends. It was the third single to be released from that album in the UK, but in the US, it was released as the band's first single from the album.
  • Falling off the Edge of the World
    "Falling Off The Edge Of The World" is a 1967 song and single by Australian rock group The Easybeats, which was written by band members George Young and Harry Vanda.
  • Feel Good Inc. Feel Good Inc.
    "Feel Good Inc." is a song by British virtual band Gorillaz, featuring De La Soul. The song was released as the lead single from the band's second studio album Demon Days on 9 May 2005. The single peaked at No. 2 in the United Kingdom and No. 14 in the United States.
  • Feel Good (It's Alright)
    "Feel Good" is a song by UK deep house production duo Blonde featuring vocals from English recording artist Karen Harding. The song was released in the United Kingdom as a digital download on 14 August 2015 through FFRR Records and Parlophone.
  • Feeling Right (Everything Is Nice)
    "Feeling Right" is the debut single by Norwegian DJ and producer Matoma, featuring rapper Wale and Jamaican dancehall artist Popcaan. It was released on October 16, 2015, by Parlophone Records.
  • Figure of Eight (song) Figure of Eight (song)
    "Figure of Eight" is a song from Paul McCartney's 1989 album, Flowers in the Dirt. After the completion of the album, McCartney recorded a new version for single release, using his newly formed touring band.
  • Fine Line Fine Line
    "Fine Line" is a song from Paul McCartney's 2005 album, Chaos and Creation in the Backyard. McCartney plays all the instruments on the song including drums, bass, and piano.
  • Fin (song) Fin (song)
    "Fin" is a song from British rock band Supergrass' 2005 album, Road to Rouen. It was released on 2 January 2006 as the third single from the album. It was only available as a 7" and digital download, and only charted in the UK at #111.
  • Fix You Fix You
    "Fix You" is a song by British rock band Coldplay. It was written by all four members of the band for their third studio album, X&Y. The track is built around an organ accompanied by slow tempo drums and vocals.
  • Flamboyant (song) Flamboyant (song)
    "Flamboyant" is a single by Pet Shop Boys, released in 2004. It was the second single and one of two new songs from their 2003 singles compilation, '.
  • Flower (Kylie Minogue song) Flower (Kylie Minogue song)
    "Flower" is a song by Australian singer and songwriter Kylie Minogue. The song was originally written by Minogue and Steve Anderson of Brothers in Rhythm for Minogue's tenth studio album X, but it did not make the final cut. However, it was performed in the set list for the KylieX2008 tour.
  • Fool (Mansun song)
    "Fool" is a song by the English alternative rock band Mansun. The song was written by band-leader Paul Draper. It was recorded and produced by Hugh Padgham with co-producer Michael Hunter during sessions for the group's third studio album.
  • Fool's Day Fool's Day
    "Fool's Day" is a song by English band Blur. It was the band's first single since 2003's "Good Song". The track was released as a 7" for Record Store Day, with only 1000 copies made.
  • Freakin' Out Freakin' Out
    "Freakin' Out" is a song by Graham Coxon and was released as the lead single from his fifth solo album Happiness in Magazines in 2004. It was released as a very limited 7" and charted at number 37 in the UK Singles Chart. "Freakin' Out" was later re-released as a double A-side with "All Over Me".
  • Friday on My Mind Friday on My Mind
    "Friday on My Mind" is a 1966 song by Australian rock group the Easybeats.
  • Frisky (song) Frisky (song)
    "Frisky" is a song by British rapper Tinie Tempah, crediting the song's producer Labrinth as its featured artist. The track was released in the United Kingdom on 7 June 2010 as the second single from the musician's debut studio album, Disc-Overy.
  • From a Lover to a Friend From a Lover to a Friend
    "From a Lover to a Friend" is a song by Paul McCartney, featured on his 2001 album Driving Rain. It was released as a single and spent two weeks on the UK Singles Chart, peaking at #45. It also reached #6 on the Canadian Singles Chart.
  • From a Window
    "From a Window" is a song written by Paul McCartney, attributed to John Lennon and Paul McCartney, which was recorded by Billy J. Kramer with The Dakotas. It was the sixth and final Lennon–McCartney composition given to Kramer.
  • From Me to You From Me to You
    "From Me to You" is a song written by Paul McCartney and John Lennon and released by English rock group the Beatles in 1963 as their third single.
  • Get It On (T. Rex song) Get It On (T. Rex song)
    "Get It On" is a song by the British glam rock group T. Rex, featured on their 1971 album Electric Warrior. Written by frontman Marc Bolan, "Get It On" was the second chart-topper for T. Rex on the UK Singles Chart.
  • Get Off (The Dandy Warhols song) Get Off (The Dandy Warhols song)
    "Get Off" is a song by American rock band The Dandy Warhols. It was released in 2000 as the first single from their third studio album, Thirteen Tales from Urban Bohemia, and was re-released in 2002.
  • Get Outta My Way Get Outta My Way
    "Get Outta My Way" is a song recorded by Australian recording artist Kylie Minogue for her eleventh studio album Aphrodite. "Get Outta My Way" was written by Mich Hansen, Lucas Secon, Damon Sharpe, Peter Wallevik, Daniel Davidsen.
  • Getting Closer (song) Getting Closer (song)
    "Getting Closer" is a rock song from the Anglo-American rock band Wings, Paul McCartney's post-Beatles band. The song was released on the album Back to the Egg.
  • Get Up! (Beverley Knight song) Get Up! (Beverley Knight song)
    Get Up! was the first single taken from Beverley Knight's third studio album, Who I Am. The track, which was showcased with a performance at the 2001 MOBO Awards, became Knight's third top 20 hit in Britain when it peaked at #17 upon its release.
  • Ghost Story (Coldplay song)
    "Ghost Story" is a song recorded by British alternative rock band Coldplay, it was released on 2 May 2014 as the third track on A Sky Full of Stars EP. It was later seen in the Target Deluxe Edition of their sixth studio album, Ghost Stories.
  • Gimme Hope Jo'anna Gimme Hope Jo'anna
    "Gimme Hope Jo'anna" is an anti-apartheid song written and originally released by Eddy Grant in 1988, during the apartheid era in South Africa. The song was banned by the South African government when it was released, but was widely played in South Africa nonetheless.
  • Girls Like
    "Girls Like" is a song written and performed by British rapper Tinie Tempah and Swedish singer Zara Larsson. The song was released as a digital download in the United Kingdom on 26 February 2016 as the second single from Tempah's third studio album, Youth.
  • Giving You Up Giving You Up
    "Giving You Up" is a song by Australian recording artist Kylie Minogue from her greatest album Ultimate Kylie. The song was released as the album's second and final single on 28 March 2005.
  • G.L.A.D G.L.A.D
    "G.L.A.D" is a song by English singer Kim Appleby. The single remix features a rap from Aswad vocalist Brinsley Forde. It peaked at #10 on the UK Singles Chart for two weeks in February 1991.
  • God Put a Smile upon Your Face God Put a Smile upon Your Face
    "God Put a Smile upon Your Face" is a song by British rock band Coldplay. It was written by all members of the band for their second studio album, A Rush of Blood to the Head. The song is built around prominent acoustic and electric guitar riffs with accompanying up-tempo drumming.
  • Gold Digger (Dolly Rockers song) Gold Digger (Dolly Rockers song)
    "Gold Digger" is the debut single by English girl group The Dolly Rockers. It was released digitally in the United Kingdom on 30 August 2009 and physically the day after.
  • Golden Boy (Kylie Minogue song)
    "Golden Boy" is a song by Australian singer Kylie Minogue, released on 19 April 2014 for Record Store Day. The song was released exclusively on 7" vinyl by Parlophone, and later for digital download by British retailer HMV. 1000 records were pressed for the song.
  • Goodbye Is Forever
    "Goodbye Is Forever" was the second single released by the Duran Duran offshoot band, Arcadia. The song achieved success only in the United States, peaking at number 33 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart in March, 1986.
  • Good Company (Queen song)
    "Good Company" is a song by British rock band Queen, which was written by Brian May. May also played a "Genuine Aloha" Banjo uke and provided all the vocals on the track.
  • Good Day (Sean Maguire song) Good Day (Sean Maguire song)
    "Good Day" is a song by Sean Maguire, released in May 1996 as his sixth single to promote Maguire's second album, Spirit. The single was his most successful, reaching number 12 in the UK singles chart, his highest chart position to date.
  • Goodnight Tonight Goodnight Tonight
    "Goodnight Tonight" is a single by the band Wings notable for its disco-inflected sound and spirited flamenco guitar break. It peaked at number five in both the United Kingdom and United States during 1979.
  • Good Song Good Song
    "Good Song" is a song by English band Blur and is the fourth track on their 2003 studio album Think Tank. In October 2003, the song was released as the third and final single from that album, peaking at #22 in the UK Singles Chart.
  • Good Time Music Good Time Music
    "Good Time Music" is a song originally recorded by American pop rock band The Lovin' Spoonful in 1965. Written by John Sebastian, it appeared on the 1966 Elektra Records compilation What's Shakin'.
  • Good Times (The Easybeats song)
    "Good Times" is a song by The Easybeats released as a single in Australia 18 July 1968, and which appeared on their Vigil album with guest vocals by Steve Marriott. It was written by George Young and Harry Vanda.
  • Go to Sleep Go to Sleep
    "Go to Sleep.", commonly referred to as "Go to Sleep", is a song by the English rock band Radiohead, released as the second single from their sixth studio album Hail to the Thief on 18 August 2003. The song reached #12 on the UK Singles Chart and reached #39 on the Australian ARIA Charts.
  • Got to Get You into My Life Got to Get You into My Life
    "Got to Get You into My Life" is a song by the Beatles, first released in 1966 on the album Revolver. It was written by Paul McCartney, though officially credited to Lennon–McCartney.
  • Grace (Supergrass song) Grace (Supergrass song)
    "Grace" is a song by the Britpop band Supergrass. It was the second single to be taken from Life on Other Planets, the band's fourth album. Unlike the previous single "Never Done Nothing Like That Before", it was released on all major formats in September 2002 and made #13 in the UK Singles Chart.
  • Greatest Day (Beverley Knight song) Greatest Day (Beverley Knight song)
    "Greatest Day" is a song by Beverley Knight, released as the fifth single from her album Prodigal Sista. The track became her biggest charting single up to that point when it peaked at number 14 on the UK Singles Chart, and still remains one of her best-known hits.
  • Green Fields Green Fields
    "Green Fields" is the third single by British alternative rock band The Good, the Bad & the Queen. "Green Fields" is also the eleventh track on the group's 2007 debut album The Good, the Bad & the Queen.
  • Half Light (Athlete song)
    "Half Light" is a song by the British rock band Athlete from their second album, Tourist. It was released 25 April 2005 as the second single from that album, peaking at #16 in the UK Singles Chart.
  • Hard out Here
    "Hard out Here" is a song by English recording artist Lily Allen. The song was released on 17 November 2013 as the lead single from Allen's third studio album Sheezus and is Allen's first original solo recording since 2010.
  • Headlong (song) Headlong (song)
    "Headlong" is a song by the British rock band Queen. It was released as the third single from Queen's 1991 album Innuendo.
  • He Ain't Heavy, He's My Brother
    "He Ain't Heavy, He's My Brother" is a popular music ballad written by Bobby Scott and Bob Russell. Originally recorded by Kelly Gordon in 1969, the song became a worldwide hit for The Hollies later that year and again for Neil Diamond in 1970.
  • He Ain't No Competition
    "He Ain't No Competition" is a 1988 single released by British boyband Brother Beyond. It reached No.2 in the UK charts in September 1988. The song was written by its three producers, the Stock Aitken Waterman trio.
  • Heart (Pet Shop Boys song) Heart (Pet Shop Boys song)
    "Heart" is a song recorded by Pet Shop Boys which reached #1 on the UK Singles Chart for three weeks in April 1988, becoming their last native number 1 song to date. The song was included on the group's second studio album, Actually.
  • Heaven and Hell (The Easybeats song)
    "Heaven And Hell" is a 1967 song and single by Australian rock group The Easybeats, which was written by band members George Young and Harry Vanda. The song marked a changed in style for the group, influenced by the psychedelic and baroque pop of the time.
  • Heaven for Everyone Heaven for Everyone
    "Heaven for Everyone" is a song written by Roger Taylor. It appeared originally in his band's, The Cross, album Shove It, with Freddie Mercury as a guest vocalist, and it is the album's fourth track.
  • Heavy Seas of Love
    "Heavy Seas of Love" is the fifth single by Damon Albarn, from his solo debut album, Everyday Robots. It was released as a single in digital formats on 27 April 2014, via Warner Bros. Records in the US. The song features Brian Eno and The Leytonstone City Mission Choir.
  • Hello, Goodbye Hello, Goodbye
    "Hello, Goodbye" is a song by the English rock band the Beatles, written by Paul McCartney and credited to Lennon–McCartney. Backed by John Lennon's "I Am the Walrus", it was issued as a non-album single in November 1967, the group's first release since the death of their manager, Brian Epstein.
  • Hello Little Girl
    "Hello Little Girl" is the first song written by John Lennon, and credited to the Lennon–McCartney songwriting partnership. According to Lennon, he drew on an old "Thirties or Forties song" that his mother sang to him.
  • Help! (song) Help! (song)
    "Help!" is a song by the Beatles that served as the title song for both the 1965 film and its soundtrack album. It was also released as a single, and was number one for three weeks in both the United States and the United Kingdom.
  • Herculean (song) Herculean (song)
    "Herculean" is the first single by The Good, the Bad and the Queen, an alternative rock band fronted by Damon Albarn.
  • Here I Go Again (The Hollies song)
    "Here I Go Again" is a song by The Hollies, words and music written by Mort Shuman and Clive Westlake.
  • Hey Mama (David Guetta song)
    "Hey Mama" is a song by French DJ and record producer David Guetta, featuring vocals from Nicki Minaj and Bebe Rexha, as well as production from Dutch DJ and producer Afrojack. The song was released on 16 March 2015 as the fourth single from Guetta's sixth studio album, Listen.
  • High and Dry High and Dry
    "High and Dry" is a song by the English alternative rock band Radiohead, released as the first single from their second studio album The Bends. It was released as a double A-side with album opener "Planet Telex". "High and Dry" was released in the UK on 5 March 1995.
  • Hold On (Nano song)
    "Hold On" is a song recorded by Swedish singer Nano. The song was released as a digital download in Sweden on 26 February 2017 and peaked at number 4 on the Swedish Singles Chart. It is taking part in Melodifestivalen 2017, and qualified to the final from the first semi-final on 4 February 2017.
  • Hollow Ponds
    "Hollow Ponds" is the third single by Damon Albarn, from his solo debut album, Everyday Robots.
  • Home (Gabrielle Aplin song)
    "Home" is a single by British singer-songwriter Gabrielle Aplin. It was released as the fourth single from her debut studio album English Rain. The song was released in the United Kingdom as a digital download on 14 July 2013 through Parlophone. The song peaked at number 48 on the UK Singles Chart.
  • Hope of Deliverance Hope of Deliverance
    "Hope of Deliverance" is a Rock, Latin song by Paul McCartney, featured on his 1993 album Off the Ground.
  • How Can You Expect to Be Taken Seriously? How Can You Expect to Be Taken Seriously?
    "How Can You Expect to Be Taken Seriously?" is the third single from Pet Shop Boys' album Behaviour. It was released in the UK as a double A-side with "Where the Streets Have No Name" by Parlophone Records on 11 March 1991.
  • Human (Oscar Zia song)
    "Human" is a song by Swedish singer Oscar Zia. It was released on 28 February 2016 as a digital download in Sweden. The song was written and composed by Oscar Zia along with Victor Thell and Maria Smith. It placed second in the final of Melodifestivalen 2016.
  • Hurricane (Athlete song)
    "Hurricane" is a song by English indie rock band Athlete and is the second track on their 2007 album Beyond the Neighbourhood. The song was released as the first single from that album on 27 August 2007.
  • Hurry Up England Hurry Up England
    "Hurry Up England - The People's Anthem" is a charity single by English punk rock band Sham 69, featuring Graham Coxon on guitar.
  • Hush (Billy Joe Royal song) Hush (Billy Joe Royal song)
    "Hush" is a song written by American composer and musician Joe South, for recording artist Billy Joe Royal, whose single peaked at number 52 on the Billboard Hot 100 on 28 October 11 November 1967, and #45 in Canada. Deep Purple and Kula Shaker have also had hits with covers of the song.
  • Hypnotised (Coldplay song)
    "Hypnotised" is a song by British rock band Coldplay from their EP Kaleidoscope. The song was released ahead of the EP on 2 March 2017, by Parlophone as an excerpt from Kaleidoscope instead of as a standalone single.
  • I Am the Walrus I Am the Walrus
    "I Am the Walrus" is a song by the Beatles released in November 1967.
  • I Believe (EMF song) I Believe (EMF song)
    "I Believe" is a single by British band EMF. It was the second single from their first album Schubert Dip. The song was released as a single in January 1991 in the UK following their big hit "Unbelievable". The song reached number six on the UK Singles Chart.
  • I Believe in You (Kylie Minogue song) I Believe in You (Kylie Minogue song)
    "I Believe in You" is a song by Australian singer Kylie Minogue. It was written by Minogue and Scissor Sisters members Jake Shears and Babydaddy and produced by Shears and Babydaddy.
  • I Can Only Disappoint U
    "I Can Only Disappoint U" is a song by the English alternative rock band Mansun. The song was written by band-leader Paul Draper with lead guitarist Dominic Chad. It was recorded and produced by Hugh Padgham and co-producer Michael Hunter during sessions for the group's third studio album.
  • I Can't Let Go
    "I Can't Let Go" is a song co-written by Al Gorgoni and Chip Taylor, who also wrote "Wild Thing". "I Can't Let Go" was originally recorded by blue-eyed soul singer Evie Sands' on George Goldner's Blue Cat label, which was popular in New York City in 1965.
  • I Do (Jamelia song) I Do (Jamelia song)
    "I Do" is the second single from British R&B artist Jamelia. "I Do" was the first single from her debut album Drama and was her first UK top 40 hit, peaking at #36 on the UK Singles Chart. The Spanish Mix has Slum Village rapping on it as well as a UK rapper named Dubwise.
  • I Don't Know What You Want But I Can't Give It Any More I Don't Know What You Want But I Can't Give It Any More
    "I Don't Know What You Want But I Can't Give It Any More" is a song by British electronic music group Pet Shop Boys, featured on their 1999 album Nightlife.
  • I Feel Fine I Feel Fine
    "I Feel Fine" is a song written by John Lennon and released in 1964 by the Beatles as the A-side of their eighth British single. The song has one of the first uses of guitar feedback in popular music.
  • If I Needed Someone If I Needed Someone
    "If I Needed Someone" is a song by the English rock band the Beatles, written by George Harrison. It was released in December 1965 on their album Rubber Soul, except for in North America, where it appeared on the 1966 release Yesterday and Today.
  • I'll Get You I'll Get You
    "I'll Get You" is a song by the Beatles, written by Lennon–McCartney, and released by the Beatles as the B-side of their 1963 single "She Loves You". The song was initially titled "Get You in the End".
  • I Loved You
    "I Loved You" is a single by British deep house duo Blonde featuring vocals from British singer Melissa Steel. The track uses interpolations of "More", a song from the album of the same name by Canadian singer Tamia. It was released through Parlophone on 30 November 2014 in the United Kingdom.
  • I'm Alive (The Hollies song)
    "I'm Alive" is a 1965 number-one UK hit single by The Hollies. It was written for them by American songwriter Clint Ballard, Jr., who also had chart-topping hits with Linda Ronstadt, Wayne Fontana, and Jimmy Jones.
  • I'm Down I'm Down
    "I'm Down" is a song by the Beatles written by Paul McCartney and first released as the B-side to the single "Help!" in 1965.
  • I'm Going Slightly Mad I'm Going Slightly Mad
    "I'm Going Slightly Mad" is a song by the British rock band Queen. Written by Freddie Mercury but credited to Queen, with uncredited lyrical contributions by Peter Straker, it was released as the second single from the band's 1991 album Innuendo.
  • I'm Happy Just to Dance with You I'm Happy Just to Dance with You
    "I'm Happy Just to Dance with You" is a song written by John Lennon and Paul McCartney and recorded by the Beatles for the film soundtrack to A Hard Day's Night. Lead vocals are by George Harrison, whose performance in the film marked the first mass media depiction of Harrison singing lead.
  • I'm in Love (Lennon-McCartney song)
    "I'm in Love" is a song written by John Lennon and credited to Lennon–McCartney. In 1963 the English Merseybeat band the Fourmost made a recording of the song at the EMI Studios, produced by George Martin.
  • I'm in Love with My Car I'm in Love with My Car
    "I'm in Love with My Car" is a song by the British rock band Queen, released on their fourth album A Night at the Opera in 1975. It is the album's only song written entirely by drummer Roger Taylor.
  • Ink (song)
    "Ink" is a song by British rock band Coldplay from their sixth studio album Ghost Stories. It was released as the fifth overall single from the album on 13 October 2014. Prior to its single release, "Ink" debuted at number 156 on the UK Singles Chart.
  • In My Place In My Place
    "In My Place" is a song by British rock band Coldplay. The song was written collaboratively by all the band members for their second album, A Rush of Blood to the Head. The track is built around thumping drums and chiming guitars.
  • Innuendo (song) Innuendo (song)
    "Innuendo" is a 1991 single by the British rock band Queen. Written by Freddie Mercury and Roger Taylor but credited to Queen, it is the opening track on the album of the same name, and was released as the first single from the album.
  • In Private In Private
    "In Private" was the third single in a row to be a charting success for British singer Dusty Springfield, after an absence of nearly two decades from the charts.
  • Integral (song) Integral (song)
    "Integral" is a 2007 single by British synthpop duo Pet Shop Boys, released in an electronic download-only format on 8 October. It was the only single released to promote the band's remix album Disco 4 in 2007.
  • Into the Blue (Kylie Minogue song) Into the Blue (Kylie Minogue song)
    "Into the Blue" is a song by Australian recording artist Kylie Minogue. It was written by Kelly Sheehan, Jacob Kasher, and Mike Del Rio and produced by the latter for Minogue's twelfth studio album, Kiss Me Once.
  • Invincible (Tinie Tempah song) Invincible (Tinie Tempah song)
    "Invincible" is a song by English rapper Tinie Tempah. Written by Tempah, co-written and produced by iSHi, the song features guest vocals from American recording artist, Kelly Rowland. It was released on 26 December 2010, serving as the fourth official single from Tempah's debut album, Disc-Overy.
  • In Your Eyes (Kylie Minogue song) In Your Eyes (Kylie Minogue song)
    "In Your Eyes" is a song by Australian recording artist Kylie Minogue, taken from her eighth studio album Fever. It was written by Minogue, Richard Stannard, Julian Gallagher, and Ash Howes, and produced by Stannard and Gallagher. The song is a dance song and talks about sexual temptation.
  • In Your Wildest Dreams (song) In Your Wildest Dreams (song)
    "In Your Wildest Dreams" is a duet released by Tina Turner and Barry White in 1996, from Turner's album Wildest Dreams. The single's largest success was in Austria where it peaked at #2.
  • I Pity the Fool I Pity the Fool
    "I Pity the Fool" is a soul blues song originally recorded by Bobby Bland in 1961 for his first Duke Records album, Two Steps from the Blues. Many music writers believe it was written by Joe Medwick, although Duke owner Don Robey appears on the songwriting credits.
  • I Saw Her Standing There I Saw Her Standing There
    "I Saw Her Standing There" is a song by the English rock band the Beatles written by Paul McCartney and John Lennon. It is the opening track on the band's 1963 debut album Please Please Me.
  • It's Alright (Pet Shop Boys song) It's Alright (Pet Shop Boys song)
    "It's Alright" is the 13th single from Pet Shop Boys and was released in the UK by Parlophone Records on 26 June 1989. It reached number 5 in the UK and, as of February 2009, it is the Pet Shop Boys' 8th best-selling single.
  • It's a Sin It's a Sin
    "It's a Sin" is a song recorded by English synthpop duo the Pet Shop Boys which reached number one on the UK Singles Chart for three weeks in 1987, and was their third top ten in the US when it reached number nine on the Billboard Hot 100.
  • It's for You
    "It's for You" is a song written by John Lennon and Paul McCartney of the Beatles for Cilla Black for whom it was a UK Top Ten hit in 1964. The song is mainly a McCartney composition.
  • It's My Life (Talk Talk song) It's My Life (Talk Talk song)
    "It's My Life" is a song by the English new wave band Talk Talk. Written by Mark Hollis and Tim Friese-Greene, it was the title track on the band's second album and released as its first single in January 1984.
  • I Understand It I Understand It
    "I Understand It" is a song by Scottish rock band Idlewild, from their 2005 album Warnings/Promises. It was released as the second single from the album on 2 May 2005 and charted at #32 in the UK Singles Chart.
  • I've Had Enough (Wings song)
    "I've Had Enough" is a Wings' single from their 1978 album London Town. It reached No. 25 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart, No. 24 in Canada and No. 42 in the UK. In the Netherlands, the 2-sided single "I've Had Enough" combined with its B-side "Deliver Your Children" reached #13.
  • I Want It All (Queen song) I Want It All (Queen song)
    "I Want It All" is a song by British rock band Queen, featured on their 1989 studio album The Miracle. Written by guitarist and backing vocalist Brian May and produced by David Richards, it was released as the first single from the album on 2 May 1989.
  • I Want to Hold Your Hand I Want to Hold Your Hand
    "I Want to Hold Your Hand" is a song by the English rock band the Beatles. Written by John Lennon and Paul McCartney, and recorded in October 1963, it was the first Beatles record to be made using four-track equipment.
  • I Was Gonna Cancel
    "I Was Gonna Cancel" is a song by Australian recording artist Kylie Minogue, released as the second and final single from her twelfth studio album Kiss Me Once.
  • I Won't Let You Down (Christopher song)
    "I Won't Let You Down" is a 2016 single by Danish singer Christopher featuring American singer Bekuh Boom.
  • I Wouldn't Normally Do This Kind of Thing I Wouldn't Normally Do This Kind of Thing
    "I Wouldn't Normally Do This Kind of Thing" is the third single from Pet Shop Boys' fifth album Very. It was released in the UK by Parlophone Records on 29 November 1993, where it eventually reached number 13 in the chart.
  • Jealous Guy Jealous Guy
    "Jealous Guy" is a song written and performed by John Lennon, which first appeared on his 1971 album Imagine.
  • Jealous (I Ain't with It)
    "Jealous" is a song by Canadian electrofunk duo Chromeo. It was released in March 2014 as the fourth single from their album, White Women. The song has reached #12 in their native country, Canada.
  • Jealousy (Pet Shop Boys song) Jealousy (Pet Shop Boys song)
    "Jealousy" is a song originally written in 1982 by the Pet Shop Boys, recorded for their 1990 album Behaviour. In 1991, it was released in a slightly remixed form as a single, which appears on both Pet Shop Boys' greatest hits albums.
  • Jennifer Eccles
    "Jennifer Eccles" is a 1968 single by the Hollies. It was released with the B-side Open Up Your Eyes on the Parlophone label, Catalogue number R5680. The song reached #7 on the UK singles chart in March 1968.
  • Jenny Wren Jenny Wren
    "Jenny Wren" is a song by Paul McCartney from his 2005 album Chaos and Creation in the Backyard. It was also issued as the second single from the album in the United Kingdom 21 November 2005.
  • Joe's Dream
    "Joe's Dream" is a song by English singer and songwriter Natasha Khan, professionally known as Bat for Lashes. It was written and produced by Natasha Khan. The song was released on June 7, 2016 by Parlophone, as the third single from The Bride.
  • Just a Little (The Beau Brummels song) Just a Little (The Beau Brummels song)
    "Just a Little" is a song by American rock group The Beau Brummels. The song is included on the band's debut album, Introducing the Beau Brummels, and was released as its second single, following "Laugh, Laugh".
  • Just for One Night
    "Just for One Night" is a song by English duo Blonde, featuring Norwegian singer-songwriter Astrid S. It was released to digital retailers on 16 June 2017, through Parlophone Records and FFRR Records.
  • Just One Look (song) Just One Look (song)
    "Just One Look" is a song co-written by American R & B singers Doris Troy and Gregory Carroll. The recording by Doris Troy was a hit in 1963. The Hollies, Anne Murray and Linda Ronstadt recorded hit versions of their own. There have also been many other versions of this song.
  • Just (song) Just (song)
    "Just" is a single by English alternative rock band Radiohead, released in 1995. It is the seventh track on their 1995 album The Bends.
  • Karma Police Karma Police
    "Karma Police" is a song by the English alternative rock band Radiohead, released as the second single from their third studio album OK Computer on 25 August 1997. The song's title and lyrics derive from an in-joke among the band, referring to karma, the Hindu theory of cause and effect.
  • Kicks (song) Kicks (song)
    "Kicks" is a song by American rock band Paul Revere & the Raiders. Barry Mann and Cynthia Weil wrote the song for The Animals, but the band's lead singer Eric Burdon turned it down.
  • Kids with Guns Kids with Guns
    "Kids with Guns" is a song from the Gorillaz' second album, Demon Days. It was released on 10 April 2006 in the United Kingdom, as a double A-side as the fourth and final singles from the album.
  • Killer (Adamski song) Killer (Adamski song)
    "Killer" is a song by British acid house producer Adamski. Written by Adamski and Seal and produced by Adamski, "Killer" was Adamski's breakthrough single, but is now more notable for featuring Seal as a vocalist.
  • Kingdom of Doom Kingdom of Doom
    "Kingdom of Doom" is a song by the supposedly unnamed British alternative rock supergroup made up of Damon Albarn, Paul Simonon, Simon Tong and Tony Allen and is the fourth track on their 2007 album The Good, the Bad and the Queen.
  • King Midas In Reverse King Midas In Reverse
    King Midas in Reverse is a song by British pop group The Hollies written solely by Graham Nash but credited to Clarke, Nash and Hicks for publishing. It was released by The Hollies as single in September 1967 in anticipation of their album Butterfly.
  • Kiss Kiss Kiss (Yoko Ono song) Kiss Kiss Kiss (Yoko Ono song)
    "Kiss Kiss Kiss" is a song by Japanese-American singer Yoko Ono. It was originally released on Double Fantasy, her joint album with John Lennon, as well as on the B-side of his "Starting Over" single. The disco and new wave-influenced song features Ono gasping heavily and appearing to reach orgasm.
  • Kiss of Life (Supergrass song) Kiss of Life (Supergrass song)
    "Kiss of Life" is a song by the band Supergrass. It was released as a single from the compilation album, Supergrass is 10. It was a new song, recorded for the compilation and was released in May 2004, reaching #23 in the UK Singles Chart.
  • Kites (song) Kites (song)
    "Kites" is a ballad written by Hal Hackady and Lee Pockriss. It was first recorded by the Rooftop Singers as their last single in 1967.
  • Knives Out Knives Out
    "Knives Out" is a song by English rock band Radiohead. The composition features electric and acoustic guitars, complemented by singer Thom Yorke's vocals.
  • (Kom så ska vi) Leva livet
    " Leva livet" is a song written by Per Gessle and Mats "MP" Persson, recorded by Gyllene Tider and released as a single on 29 April 1981.
  • Kung av sand
    Kung av sand is a song written by Per Gessle, and recorded by Gyllene Tider releasing it as a single on 31 July 1995. The single peaked at 31st position at the Swedish singles chart. It also charted at Trackslistan for nine weeks between 26 August and 28 October 1995, and even topped the chart.
  • Lady Madonna Lady Madonna
    "Lady Madonna" is a song by the Beatles, written by Paul McCartney and credited to Lennon–McCartney. In March 1968, it was released as a single, backed with "The Inner Light". The song was recorded on 3 and 6 February 1968 before the Beatles left for India.
  • Last Horizon
    "Last Horizon" is a guitar solo written by Queen's guitarist Brian May.
  • Late at Night (Electronic song)
    "Late at Night" is a rock song by the English band Electronic. It was written and produced by its members Bernard Sumner and Johnny Marr, and co-produced with Arthur Baker. "Late at Night" was taken from their third album Twisted Tenderness and was their last single.
  • Late in the Day Late in the Day
    "Late in the Day" was the fourth and final single from Britpop band Supergrass' album In It for the Money. It was released in October 1997, and reached #18 in the UK charts.
  • Laugh, Laugh Laugh, Laugh
    "Laugh, Laugh" is a song by American rock group The Beau Brummels, written by guitarist Ron Elliott and produced by Sylvester Stewart, later known as Sly Stone.
  • Laura (Bat for Lashes song) Laura (Bat for Lashes song)
    "Laura" is a song by English recording artist Bat for Lashes for her third studio album The Haunted Man. It was written by Natasha Khan and British songwriter Justin Parker. It received positive reactions from fans when Khan played it at a string of European festival dates.
  • Lazing on a Sunday Afternoon
    "Lazing on a Sunday Afternoon" is a song by the British rock band Queen, originally released on their fourth album A Night at the Opera in 1975. It is one of five contributions by Freddie Mercury to the band's 1975 album.
  • Leaving (Pet Shop Boys song)
    "Leaving" is a song by English electronic music duo Pet Shop Boys from their eleventh studio album, Elysium. It was released as the album's second single on 12 October 2012. It entered the UK Singles Chart at number 44.
  • Left to My Own Devices Left to My Own Devices
    "Left to My Own Devices" is a song recorded by Pet Shop Boys, released as the second single from their third studio album, Introspective. It was also the first track of the album. It is their 9th best-selling hit.
  • Lenny (Supergrass song) Lenny (Supergrass song)
    "Lenny" is a song by Supergrass, released as the fourth single from their debut album I Should Coco. It reached #10 in the UK Singles Chart, remaining on the chart for three weeks.
  • Let It Be with You
    "Let It Be with You" is a single by British musician Belouis Some, from his 1987 self-titled second album, Belouis Some. The song reached #53 on the UK Singles Chart, and #13 on the U.S. Hot Dance Club Play chart.
  • Let It Rain (Eliza Doolittle song) Let It Rain (Eliza Doolittle song)
    "Let It Rain" is a song by British recording artist Eliza Doolittle. The song was released as a digital download in the United Kingdom on 11 October 2013 as the second single from her second studio album, In Your Hands. The song has peaked to number 55 on the UK Singles Chart.
  • Let Me Live Let Me Live
    "Let Me Live" is a song by Queen, from the album Made in Heaven. Freddie Mercury, Roger Taylor and Brian May share lead vocals, with Mercury singing the first verse, Taylor singing the second verse & bridge, and May singing the last verse.
  • Let Me Out (Gorillaz song)
    "Let Me Out" is a song by alternative rock virtual band Gorillaz, featuring Pusha T and Mavis Staples. The song was released on 6 April 2017. It was released as the fifth single from their fifth studio album Humanz.
  • Lhuna Lhuna
    "Lhuna" is a charity single performed by the British band Coldplay and Australian singer Kylie Minogue.
  • Life in Technicolor II Life in Technicolor II
    "Life in Technicolor II", is a song by British rock band Coldplay and the first single from the band's 2008 EP, Prospekt's March. The song is the full, vocal version of the instrumental song "Life in Technicolor" from Coldplay's fourth studio album, Viva la Vida or Death and All His Friends.
  • Lil' Dub Chefin' Lil' Dub Chefin'
    "Lil' Dub Chefin'" is a single by the Spacemonkeyz vs Gorillaz, from the 2002 Gorillaz remix album Laika Come Home. It is a remix of the Gorillaz song "M1 A1". The song's title is reference to the UK restaurant chain Little Chef. The music video features the Spacemonkeyz.
  • Listen to Me (The Hollies song)
    "Listen to Me" is a 1968 single by The Hollies that was written by Tony Hazzard. It was the last Hollies single to feature Graham Nash in the group. It was released with the B-side "Do the Best You Can" on the Parlophone label, Catalogue number R5733.
  • Little Children (song)
    "Little Children" is a song written by J. Leslie McFarland and Mort Shuman. It was recorded by Billy J. Kramer & the Dakotas, and reached number one in the UK Singles Chart in March 1964, and No. 7 in the US Hot 100 singles chart later the same year.
  • Live in a Hiding Place Live in a Hiding Place
    "Live in a Hiding Place "is a song by Scottish rock band Idlewild, from their 2002 album The Remote Part. It was the third single taken from the album and charted at #26 in the UK Singles Chart.
  • Living In Another World
    "Living In Another World" is a song by Talk Talk on their 1985 album The Colour of Spring. It was released as a single in 1986 and reached the top 40 in Germany.
  • Living in Another World
    "Living in Another World" is a song by British band Talk Talk. It was recorded for the band's 1986 album The Colour of Spring and was the second single from the album, making the top 40 in Germany, Switzerland, the Netherlands and Flanders.
  • Living on My Own Living on My Own
    "Living on My Own" is a song by Freddie Mercury, originally included in his first solo album Mr. Bad Guy. It was released as a single in September 1985 in the United Kingdom where it peaked at number 50. The July 1985 release in the United States had "She Blows Hot & Cold" as its B-side.
  • Lonely Press Play
    "Lonely Press Play" is the second single by Damon Albarn, from his solo debut album Everyday Robots. It was released as a single in digital format on 27 February 2014. The song was made available to all who had pre-ordered Albarn's album from iTunes.
  • Long Cool Woman in a Black Dress
    "Long Cool Woman in a Black Dress" is a song written by Allan Clarke, Roger Cook, and Roger Greenaway and performed by the British rock group The Hollies.
  • Look Through Any Window
    "Look Through Any Window" is a song by the British beat group The Hollies.
  • Lost! Lost!
    "Lost!" is a song by the British rock band Coldplay. The band co-produced it with Brian Eno and Markus Dravs for their fourth album, Viva la Vida or Death and All His Friends.
  • Louder than Words (Pink Floyd song)
    "Louder than Words" is a song written by David Gilmour and Polly Samson. The song, featuring lyrics written by Samson to accompany a composition by Gilmour, was originally recorded by British rock band Pink Floyd as the closing track of their fifteenth studio album, The Endless River.
  • Love Child (Goodbye Mr. Mackenzie song)
    "Love Child" is a 1990 single by Scottish alternative rock group Goodbye Mr. Mackenzie. It was their debut single release for EMI's Parlophone record label. "Love Child" was taken from the band's second studio album Hammer and Tongs which was released the following year.
  • Love Comes Quickly Love Comes Quickly
    "Love Comes Quickly" is a song by UK synthpop duo Pet Shop Boys, released as the third single from their 1986 album Please, and the last of its singles to be released before the album itself.
  • Love Conquers All (ABC song) Love Conquers All (ABC song)
    "Love Conquers All" is a single by new wave group ABC, released as the lead single from their sixth studio album Abracadabra in July 1991.
  • Love Etc.
    "Love Etc." is a song by English synthpop duo Pet Shop Boys from their tenth studio album, Yes. It was released on 16 March 2009 as the album's lead single.
  • Love Is Noise Love Is Noise
    "Love Is Noise" is a song by English alternative rock band The Verve and is the second track on their fourth album, Forth. It was released as the first single from the album on 3 August 2008 as a digital download, with the physical release on 11 August 2008 in the United Kingdom.
  • Love Me Do Love Me Do
    "Love Me Do" is the debut single by the English rock band the Beatles, backed by "P.S. I Love You". When the single was originally released in the United Kingdom on 5 October 1962, it peaked at No. 17; in 1982 it was re-promoted and reached No. 4.
  • Love Missile F1-11
    "Love Missile F1-11" is a song by British band Sigue Sigue Sputnik released in March 1986 as the first single from their debut album Flaunt It. It was the band's biggest hit, reaching no. 3 on the UK Singles Chart.
  • Love of My Life (Queen song) Love of My Life (Queen song)
    "Love of My Life" is a ballad by the British rock band Queen from their 1975 album A Night at the Opera. The song was written by Freddie Mercury about Mary Austin, with whom he had a long term relationship in the early 1970s.
  • Love of the Loved
    "Love of the Loved" is a song written mainly by Paul McCartney, credited to Lennon–McCartney. It is one of his earliest compositions and featured in the Beatles live act in their early days.
  • Lover Not a Fighter
    "Lover Not a Fighter" is a song by English rapper Tinie Tempah, featuring additional vocals from Labrinth, who also produced the song. It was released on 2 February 2014 as the third single from Tempah's second studio album Demonstration.
  • Lovers in Japan Lovers in Japan
    "Lovers in Japan" is a song by British rock band Coldplay. It was written by all members of the band for their fourth studio album, Viva la Vida or Death and All His Friends.
  • Lovers on the Sun
    "Lovers on the Sun" is a song by French music producer David Guetta from his sixth studio album, Listen. It features vocals by American singer and songwriter Sam Martin. It was released as a digital download and the lead single from the album on 30 June 2014.
  • Love Steals Us from Loneliness Love Steals Us from Loneliness
    "Love Steals Us from Loneliness" is a song by the Scottish rock band, Idlewild, from their 2005 album Warnings/Promises. It was released as the lead single from the album on 21 February 2005 and charted at #16 in the UK Singles Chart.
  • Low C (song) Low C (song)
    "Low C" is a song from British rock band Supergrass' 2005 album, Road to Rouen. It was released on 24 October 2005 as the second single from the album and peaked at #52 in the UK charts, lasting only the one week in total.
  • Lucky (Radiohead song) Lucky (Radiohead song)
    "Lucky" is a song by Radiohead from their third studio album OK Computer, released as a single exclusively in France in December 1997.
  • Lucy in the Sky with Diamonds Lucy in the Sky with Diamonds
    "Lucy in the Sky with Diamonds" is a song credited to Lennon–McCartney that appears on the Beatles' 1967 album Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band. It was started by John Lennon, then Paul McCartney contributed to it in a songwriting session.
  • Lump in My Throat
    "Lump in My Throat" is a song from The Departure's debut album, Dirty Words. It was released as the lead single from that album on 4 April 2005, and reached #30 in the UK Singles Chart.
  • Made It Back Made It Back
    "Made It Back" is a song by Beverley Knight, released as the first single from her second studio album, Prodigal Sista.
  • Magic (Coldplay song)
    "Magic" is a song by British rock band Coldplay for their sixth studio album, Ghost Stories. It was written and produced by band members Guy Berryman, Jonny Buckland, Will Champion, Chris Martin, with production assistance from Paul Epworth.
  • Magic in the Air (Magic System song)
    "Magic in the Air" is a 2014 single by Ivorian musical group Magic System, featuring Moroccan singer Chawki. The track also appears on Magic system's album Africainement vôtre, released on 19 May 2014.
  • Make It Happen (Electronic song)
    "Make It Happen" is a dance/rock song written and performed by the Bernard Sumner/Johnny Marr band Electronic. Produced by Electronic with Arthur Baker, it is the first track on their third album Twisted Tenderness.
  • Make Them Wheels Roll
    "Make Them Wheels Roll" is a song by Australian electronic music group Safia. It was released as the second single from their forthcoming debut studio album, Internal.
  • Mamacita (Tinie Tempah song)
    "Mamacita" is a song by British rapper Tinie Tempah. It was released on 8 July 2016, as the third single from his third studio album, Youth. The song, produced by Bless Beats, features vocals from Nigerian singer Wizkid.
  • Mansize Rooster Mansize Rooster
    "Mansize Rooster" is a song by Supergrass, released as the second single from their debut album I Should Coco. It reached number 20 in the UK Singles Chart, remaining on the chart for three weeks.
  • Mary (Supergrass song) Mary (Supergrass song)
    "Mary" was the third and final single from the Britpop band Supergrass' eponymous third album. Released in November 1999, it reached a disappointing #36 on the UK Charts, their lowest charting single for 5 years. This was also the last Supergrass single to be released on cassette.
  • Matchbox (song) Matchbox (song)
    "Matchbox" is a rockabilly song recorded by Carl Perkins in December 1956. It shares some lyrics with 1920s blues songs by Ma Rainey and Blind Lemon Jefferson. Sam Phillips and Sun Records released the song as the B-side to "Your True Love".
  • Memory of the Future Memory of the Future
    "Memory of the Future" is a song by English electronic music duo Pet Shop Boys from their eleventh studio album, Elysium. It was released as the album's third and final single on 31 December 2012.
  • Midnight (Coldplay song)
    "Midnight" is a song by British rock band Coldplay for their sixth studio album, Ghost Stories.
  • Minimal (song) Minimal (song)
    "Minimal" is a song by British synthpop band Pet Shop Boys and is featured on their 2006 album Fundamental. It was released 24 July 2006 as the second single from that album in the UK, entering the UK Singles Chart at number 19 in the first week of its release.
  • Miracles (Coldplay song)
    "Miracles" is a song by British rock band Coldplay, which was written and recorded for the 2014 drama film Unbroken, directed by Angelina Jolie.
  • Miracles (Pet Shop Boys song) Miracles (Pet Shop Boys song)
    "Miracles" is a single by Pet Shop Boys, released in 2003. It was the first single, and one of two new songs, from their 2003 singles compilation, '. It achieved moderate airplay on the radio and peaked at number 10 on the UK Singles Chart.
  • Miracles (Someone Special)
    "Miracles" is a song by British rock band Coldplay and American rapper Big Sean. It was released on 14 July 2017 as the second single from Coldplay's thirteenth EP, Kaleidoscope. It is the first time the band have featured a rapper on one of their songs since Jay-Z featured on the song "Lost+".
  • Missing You (John Waite song) Missing You (John Waite song)
    "Missing You" is a song co-written and recorded by English musician John Waite. It was released in June 1984 as the lead single from his second album No Brakes. It hit #1 on Billboard's Album Rock Tracks and on the Hot 100 as well as #9 on the UK Singles Chart.
  • Money (Jamelia song) Money (Jamelia song)
    "Money" is the third single by British R&B artist Jamelia and the second single from her debut album Drama.
  • Money (That's What I Want) Money (That's What I Want)
    "Money" is a song written by Tamla founder Berry Gordy and Janie Bradford that became the first hit record for Gordy's Motown enterprise. The song was recorded in 1959 by Barrett Strong for the Tamla label, distributed nationally on Anna Records.
  • Moses (Coldplay song)
    "Moses" is a song by British rock band Coldplay. It was written by all members of the band for their live album, Coldplay Live 2003. The song was released on 6 October 2003 as the only single from the album.
  • Moses (song) Moses (song)
    "Moses" is a song by British rock band Coldplay. It was written by all members of the band for their live album, Coldplay Live 2003. The song was released on 6 October 2003 as the only single from the album.
  • Moving (Supergrass song) Moving (Supergrass song)
    "Moving" is a song by Supergrass, from their eponymous third album, Supergrass. It was also released as a single, reaching #9 in the UK Singles Chart. It is about the tedium of touring as a band. It was the last Supergrass song to reach the UK Top 10.
  • Mr. Farmer Mr. Farmer
    "Mr. Farmer" is a song by American garage rock group The Seeds, written by vocalist Sky Saxon and produced by Marcus Tybalt. It was released as a single in 1967 and peaked at number 86 on the U.S. Billboard Hot 100 chart.
  • Mr Medicine
    "Mr Medicine" is the fourth single from British recording artist Eliza Doolittle, taken from her debut album Eliza Doolittle. It was released on 7 March 2011 and peaked at 130.
  • Mr Tembo
    "Mr Tembo" is the fourth single released by English recording artist, songwriter and Blur/Gorillaz frontman, Damon Albarn, from his debut solo studio album Everyday Robots. Its release as a single was limited to the United States.
  • Music Is My Radar Music Is My Radar
    "Music Is My Radar" is a song by British band Blur. As a single, it reached Number 10 in the UK. It was released in support of the band's greatest hits compilation, ', on which it was the only song that hadn't previously appeared on another album.
  • Music Is Power
    "Music is Power" is a song by English singer-songwriter Richard Ashcroft and is the second track on his 2006 album Keys to the World. The song features a sample from Walter Jackson's "It's All Over", written by Curtis Mayfield.
  • My Boomerang Won't Come Back
    "My Boomerang Won't Come Back" was a novelty record by British comedian Charlie Drake which became a hit on both sides of the Atlantic in 1961.
  • My Love Is Gone (Safia song)
    "My Love Is Gone" is a song by Australian electronic music group Safia. It was released on 2 September 2016 as the fourth single from their forthcoming debut studio album, Internal.
  • My White Bicycle
    "My White Bicycle" is Tomorrow's debut single. According to Tomorrow drummer John 'Twink' Alder, the song was inspired by the Dutch Provos, an anarchist group in Amsterdam which instituted a community bicycle program: "they had white bicycles in Amsterdam and they used to leave them around the town.
  • När alla vännerna gått hem
    När alla vännerna gått hem, written by Per Gessle, is a ballad by Swedish pop group Gyllene Tider, released on the 1978 "Gyllene Tider" EP. "När alla vännerna gått hem" is famous for being used as closing song at Gyllen Tider concerts, and on Gyllene Tider compilations.
  • När vi två blir en
    "När vi två blir en", written by Per Gessle, and also known after the refrain's opening line ""Jag vill känna din kropp emot min"", is a song with lyrics describing teenage love, released as a single on 29 October 1980 by pop group Gyllene Tider. Göran Fritzson wrote the Farfisa-intro and the hook.
  • Negative (Mansun song)
    "Negative" is a song by the English alternative rock band Mansun. The song was written by Paul Draper, Dominic Chad, Stove and Andie Rathbone. It was recorded and produced by Paul Draper and Mark 'Spike' Stent during sessions for the group's second studio album.
  • Never Done Nothing Like That Before
    "Never Done Nothing Like That Before" is a song by Britpop band Supergrass. It was released as a single from their fourth album Life on Other Planets in July 2002. As it was a vinyl only release and only 2,500 copies were pressed, the single only reached #75 in the UK Singles Chart.
  • New York City Boy New York City Boy
    "New York City Boy" is a song by British music group Pet Shop Boys. It was released in September 1999 as the second single from the forthcoming album Nightlife. In the UK, the single peaked at number 14 on the UK Singles Chart.
  • No Man's Land (Beverley Knight song) No Man's Land (Beverley Knight song)
    "No Man's Land" is the first single released by British singer-songwriter Beverley Knight from her fifth studio album, Music City Soul. The song was released on 16 April 2007 digitally and 30 April 2007 physically and peaked at number forty-three on the UK singles chart.
  • No More (Jamelia song) No More (Jamelia song)
    "No More" is the third and final single release from Jamelia's third studio album, Walk with Me. The single is notable for its sample from "Golden Brown" by The Stranglers. A slightly altered single mix was released for the actual single release.
  • No More Lonely Nights No More Lonely Nights
    "No More Lonely Nights" is a song written and performed by Paul McCartney, which was first released in September 24, 1984. It can be heard on the soundtrack Give My Regards to Broad Street.
  • No-One but You (Only the Good Die Young)
    "No-One But You" is a song recorded by the remaining three members of the British rock band Queen in 1997 following the death of the lead singer Freddie Mercury in 1991. Guitarist Brian May – the writer of the song – and drummer Roger Taylor share lead vocals.
  • No Other Baby No Other Baby
    "No Other Baby" is a song written by Dickie Bishop and Bob Watson, originally recorded in 1957 by Dickie Bishop and The Sidekicks. Early cover versions were recorded by The Vipers, Bobby Helms, Paul & Paula, and Four Jacks and a Jill.
  • No Promises (Cheat Codes song)
    "No Promises" is a song recorded by American DJ group Cheat Codes. It features vocals by American singer and songwriter Demi Lovato as well as Trevor Dahl, a member of the group. The song was released on March 31, 2017, and debuted in mainstream radio in the United States on April 11, 2017.
  • Norwegian Wood (This Bird Has Flown)
    "Norwegian Wood" is a song by the English rock band the Beatles. It was written by the songwriting partnership of John Lennon and Paul McCartney and was first released on the album Rubber Soul on 3 December 1965.
  • No Surprises No Surprises
    "No Surprises" is a song by the English alternative rock band Radiohead, released as the fourth single from their third studio album OK Computer on 12 January 1998.
  • Nothing Like This (song)
    "Nothing Like This" is a song by English deep house duo Blonde, with English singer Craig David. It serves as the second single from his sixth studio album, Following My Intuition.
  • Not Letting Go
    "Not Letting Go" is a song by English rapper Tinie Tempah. It features the vocals from Jess Glynne. The song was released as a digital download in the United Kingdom on 21 June 2015 as the lead single for his third studio album Youth.
  • Not Too Late for Love Not Too Late for Love
    "Not Too Late for Love" is the second single from Beverley Knight's fourth studio album, Affirmation. The single reached #11 in the airplay chart and peaked at #31 in the UK Singles Chart. At that time, it was her lowest chart position since "Sista Sista" in 1999.
  • Nowhere Man (song) Nowhere Man (song)
    "Nowhere Man" is a song by the Beatles, from the British version of their album Rubber Soul. The song was written by John Lennon.
  • Now I've Found You Now I've Found You
    "Now I've Found You" is a song by Sean Maguire, released as a single in 1995. It was the first single from his second album Spirit which was released a year later. "Now I've Found You" reached number 22 and spent three weeks in the UK Singles Chart.
  • No Worries (Disciples and David Guetta song)
    "No Worries" is a song by English production trio Disciples and French house music producer and disc jockey David Guetta. The song was released as a digital download on 15 April 2016. The song has peaked to number 90 on the Australian Singles Chart.
  • Numb (Pet Shop Boys song) Numb (Pet Shop Boys song)
    "Numb" is a song recorded by the Pet Shop Boys and is featured on their album Fundamental. It was released on 16 October 2006 as the third single from that album, peaking at number 23 on the UK Singles Chart. Up to that point, it was only their second single in 39 releases to miss the UK Top 20.
  • Oceans (Morning Runner song) Oceans (Morning Runner song)
    "Oceans" is a song by English rock band Morning Runner and was featured on their debut album, Wilderness Is Paradise Now. It was released on 14 August 2006 and was the band's final single.
  • Old Siam, Sir Old Siam, Sir
    "Old Siam, Sir" is a hard rock single from Wings' 1979 album, Back to the Egg. It was the A-side of the UK version of the single, reaching No. 35. The B-side in the UK was also a track from the album, "Spin it On". "Old Siam, Sir" was also the B-side of the US single "Arrow Through Me".
  • On a Carousel On a Carousel
    "On a Carousel" is a song written by Allan Clarke, Graham Nash and Tony Hicks.
  • On a Night Like This On a Night Like This
    "On a Night Like This" is a 2000 song recorded by Australian recording artist Kylie Minogue. It was released on 11 September 2000 by Parlophone as the second single for her seventh studio album, Light Years, and distributed in various formats.
  • One Life Stand (song) One Life Stand (song)
    "One Life Stand" is a single by Hot Chip from their 2010 album of the same name. It was released digitally through the iTunes Store on 30 November 2009. The physical release date was 1 February 2010.
  • One More Rainy Day
    "One More Rainy Day" is a song by English hard rock group Deep Purple.
  • One (Sky Ferreira song) One (Sky Ferreira song)
    "One" is a song by American singer Sky Ferreira. The song was written by Ferreira, Christian Karlsson, Pontus Winnberg, Magnus Lidehäll, Marit Bergman, and Pontus Winnberg, and produced by Bloodshy & Avant. It was released as a single on August 20, 2010.
  • On Melancholy Hill On Melancholy Hill
    "On Melancholy Hill" is the third single from British virtual band Gorillaz's third studio album, Plastic Beach. The single was released on June 12, 2010. Pitchfork media ranked it at 152 on the top 200 songs of the decade so far.
  • On My Mind (Disciples song)
    "On My Mind" is a song performed by English production trio Disciples. The song was released in the United Kingdom as a digital download on 17 February 2017 through Parlophone and Warner Music Group. The song has peaked at number 15 on the UK Singles Chart.
  • Open Arms (Tina Turner song) Open Arms (Tina Turner song)
    "Open Arms" is a song by American recording artist Tina Turner. It was written by Colette van Sertima, Ben Barson and former Kane Gang member Martin Brammer and produced by Jimmy Hogarth for her compilation album All the Best. The track features backing vocals from KT Tunstall and Estelle.
  • Opportunities (Let's Make Lots of Money) Opportunities (Let's Make Lots of Money)
    "Opportunities" is a song by UK duo Pet Shop Boys, released as a single in 1985 and then in 1986, gaining greater popularity in both the United Kingdom and United States with its second release, reaching number 11 in the UK Singles Chart and number 10 in the US Billboard Hot 100.
  • Out of Time (Blur song) Out of Time (Blur song)
    "Out of Time" is a song by Blur and was released as the lead single from their seventh album Think Tank in 2003. The song is a bass-driven track with minimal drums and acoustic guitar accompanied by eastern and orchestral flourishes.
  • Over You (Safia song)
    "Over You" is a song by Australian electronic music group Safia. It was released as the third single alongside the pre-oder of their forthcoming debut studio album, Internal. The track was premiered on the Triple J breakfast show on 30 June and sees the group muse over a past love.
  • Pack Up Pack Up
    "Pack Up" is the second single by British recording artist Eliza Doolittle, taken from her debut album, Eliza Doolittle. It was released on 5 July 2010. The song lyrics contain the title of the 1915 song "Pack Up Your Troubles in Your Old Kit-Bag". Lloyd Wade sings the main hook with Doolittle.
  • Panic Cord Panic Cord
    "Panic Cord" is a song by English singer-songwriter Gabrielle Aplin. It was released as the third single from her debut studio album English Rain. It was released as a digital Extended play in the United Kingdom on 5 May 2013.
  • Paninaro (song) Paninaro (song)
    "Paninaro" is a song by English synthpop duo Pet Shop Boys. Originally a B-side to the 1986 single "Suburbia", it was released as a limited-edition single in Italy during the same year.
  • Paperback Writer Paperback Writer
    "Paperback Writer" is a 1966 song recorded and released by the English rock band the Beatles. Written by Paul McCartney and John Lennon, the song was released as the A-side of their eleventh single.
  • Paranoid Android Paranoid Android
    "Paranoid Android" is a song by the English alternative rock band Radiohead, released as the lead single from their third studio album OK Computer on 26 May 1997. The darkly humorous lyrics were written primarily by singer Thom Yorke following an unpleasant experience in a Los Angeles bar.
  • Pass Out (song) Pass Out (song)
    "Pass Out" is the debut single by British rapper Tinie Tempah. It is the lead single from his debut studio album Disc-Overy and his debut single on Parlophone. The song was a digital-only release and was available to download in the United Kingdom on 17 November 2009.
  • Pearl's Dream Pearl's Dream
    "Pearl's Dream" is a song by English recording artist Bat for Lashes from her second studio album Two Suns.
  • Penny Lane Penny Lane
    "Penny Lane" is a song by the Beatles. It was written primarily by Paul McCartney but credited to the Lennon–McCartney songwriting partnership. The lyrics refer to a real street in Liverpool, England.
  • Piece of My Heart Piece of My Heart
    Piece of My Heart is a romantic funk/soul love song written by Jerry Ragovoy and Bert Berns, originally recorded by Erma Franklin in 1967. The song came to greater mainstream attention when Big Brother and the Holding Company covered the song in 1968 and had a much bigger hit with it.
  • Pipes of Peace (song) Pipes of Peace (song)
    "Pipes of Peace" is a song written by Paul McCartney, which was first released on his album of the same name on 31 October 1983. It was also released as a single on 5 December 1983 and reached #1 on the UK singles charts for two weeks. The Song also reached #1 on the Irish Single Charts.
  • Planet Telex Planet Telex
    "Planet Telex" is a song written by Radiohead and is the opening track of their 1995 album The Bends. It was released as a double A-side single with "High and Dry", although receiving far less airplay.
  • Please Don't Say You Love Me Please Don't Say You Love Me
    "Please Don't Say You Love Me" is a song by British singer-songwriter Gabrielle Aplin. It was released as the second single from her debut studio album, English Rain. It was released as a digital download in the United Kingdom on 10 February 2013.
  • Please Forgive My Heart
    Please Forgive My Heart is a single from American soul artist Bobby Womack for his album The Bravest Man in the Universe. Released in June 8, 2012, it was his first studio album since 2000 and his first album of original material since 1994's Resurrection.
  • Please Please Me (song) Please Please Me (song)
    "Please Please Me" is a song and the second single released by English rock group the Beatles in the United Kingdom, and the first to be issued in the United States. It was also the title track of their first LP, which was recorded to capitalise on the success of the single.
  • Please Stay (Kylie Minogue song)
    "Please Stay" is a song by Australian singer and songwriter Kylie Minogue, for her seventh studio album Light Years. The song was written by Minogue, Richard Stannard, Julian Gallagher, and John Themis, and was produced by Stannard and Gallagher.
  • Pop Is Dead Pop Is Dead
    "Pop Is Dead" is a song by the British alternative rock band Radiohead. It was released as a non-album single in on 10 May 1993, only several months after their debut single "Creep" and their debut album Pablo Honey.
  • Press (song) Press (song)
    "Press" is a song by Paul McCartney. It was released as the lead single from his sixth studio solo album, Press to Play, being McCartney's 37th single.
  • Proud Mary Proud Mary
    "Proud Mary" is a rock song written by John Fogerty and first recorded by his band Creedence Clearwater Revival. The song was released by Fantasy Records as a single from the band's second studio album, Bayou Country, which was released by the same record company in January 1969.
  • P.S. I Love You (Beatles song) P.S. I Love You (Beatles song)
    "P.S. I Love You" is a song composed principally by Paul McCartney and recorded by the English rock band the Beatles, with McCartney on lead vocal.
  • Pumping on Your Stereo Pumping on Your Stereo
    "Pumping on Your Stereo" is a song by Supergrass, released as their first single from their self-titled third album, Supergrass.
  • Pushin' Too Hard Pushin' Too Hard
    "Pushin' Too Hard", originally titled "Pushin' Too Hard", is a song by American rock group The Seeds, written by vocalist Sky Saxon and produced by Saxon with Marcus Tybalt.
  • Put Your Hands Up (If You Feel Love) Put Your Hands Up (If You Feel Love)
    "Put Your Hands Up" is a song recorded by Australian singer Kylie Minogue for her eleventh studio album, Aphrodite. The song was released as the fourth and final single from the album on 29 May 2011.
  • Pyramid Song Pyramid Song
    "Pyramid Song" is a song by the English rock band Radiohead, released as the lead single from their fifth studio album Amnesiac.
  • Rain (Beatles song) Rain (Beatles song)
    "Rain" is a song by the English rock band the Beatles first released in May 1966 as the B-side of the "Paperback Writer" single. Both songs were recorded during the sessions for the album Revolver although neither appears on that album.
  • Rather Be (The Verve song) Rather Be (The Verve song)
    "Rather Be" is a song by English alternative rock band The Verve. It is the third track on their fourth studio album, Forth. The song was released as the second single from the album on 17 November 2008, following summer hit "Love Is Noise".
  • Reaching Out (Queen + Paul Rodgers song) Reaching Out (Queen + Paul Rodgers song)
    Reaching Out is a song by rock band Queen + Paul Rodgers released in 2005 from the album Return of the Champions.
  • Really Love You
    "Really Love You" is a song written by Paul McCartney and Ringo Starr—their first-ever shared credit—and originally released on McCartney's 1997 album Flaming Pie. In 2005, a remixed version was released as a limited edition 12" vinyl, from the album Twin Freaks.
  • Red Blooded Woman Red Blooded Woman
    "Red Blooded Woman" is a song by Australian recording artist Kylie Minogue, taken from her ninth studio album Body Language. Written by Johnny Douglas and Karen Poole and produced by the former, it is a hip hop, R&B and synthpop track. It contains a vocoded "Boy!.
  • Revolution (Tomorrow song)
    "Revolution" is a song performed by the London psychedelic rock group Tomorrow. It was first released on a single in the UK by Parlophone in September 1967, and on the group's self-titled album Tomorrow in February 1968. The song is credited to Keith Alan Hopkins and Steve Howe.
  • Revolving Doors (Gorillaz song) Revolving Doors (Gorillaz song)
    "Revolving Doors" is a double A-side single with "Amarillo" released by British virtual band Gorillaz from their fourth studio project, The Fall.
  • Rhinestone Eyes Rhinestone Eyes
    "Rhinestone Eyes" was intended to be the fourth and final single from virtual band Gorillaz's third studio album, Plastic Beach.
  • Richard III (song) Richard III (song)
    "Richard III" is a song by the band Supergrass. It was the second single to be released from In It for the Money, the band's second album. The single was preceded by "Going Out", which was released over a year before.
  • Rock and Roll Music Rock and Roll Music
    "Rock and Roll Music" is a 1957 hit single written and recorded by rock and roll star Chuck Berry. The song has been widely covered and is recognized as one of Berry's most popular and enduring compositions.
  • Rockestra Theme Rockestra Theme
    "Rockestra Theme" is the fourth and final single on Wings' final studio album Back to the Egg.
  • Rock the House (Gorillaz song)
    "Rock the House" is a song from Gorillaz' self-titled debut album Gorillaz. It was released as the third single from the album in October 2001. It peaked at number 18 on the UK Singles Chart.
  • Rollerblades (Eliza Doolittle song) Rollerblades (Eliza Doolittle song)
    "Rollerblades" is the third single from British recording artist Eliza Doolittle, taken from her debut album Eliza Doolittle. It was released on 17 October 2010 and peaked at 58. The track has been added to Radio 1's A-Playlist.
  • R U Crazy
    "R U Crazy" a single by English singer-songwriter, Conor Maynard. It was released on 4 October 2013. The song was written by Maynard, Eagle Eye, and Labrinth, who also produced the song. Labrinth also provided a remix of the song, which premiered on the BBC Radio 1 Review Show on 17 September 2013.
  • Rush Hour Soul (song) Rush Hour Soul (song)
    "Rush Hour Soul" is a song by the Britpop band Supergrass. It was the fourth and final single from their fourth album Life On Other Planets.
  • Satellite of Love
    "Satellite of Love" is one of Lou Reed's best-known songs from his solo career. It is the second single from his 1972 album Transformer. At the time of its release, it achieved minor chart success, though it later became a staple of his concerts and compilation albums.
  • Saturns Pattern (song)
    "Saturns Pattern" is a song released by Paul Weller as a single on May 11, 2015. It was first broadcast on the Chris Evans Breakfast Show on BBC Radio 2. It was released on 7" and 12" vinyl formats and digitally.
  • Say Say Say Say Say Say
    "Say Say Say" is a song written and performed by Paul McCartney and Michael Jackson, released in 1983. The track was produced by George Martin for McCartney's album, Pipes of Peace.
  • Say the Word (Arcadia song) Say the Word (Arcadia song)
    Say the Word was the fifth and final single released by the Duran Duran offshoot band, Arcadia. Recorded for the soundtrack of Playing for Keeps, it was released as a single in the US by Atlantic Records.
  • Scandal (song) Scandal (song)
    "Scandal" is a song by the British rock band Queen. It was released as the fourth single from their 1989 album The Miracle and peaked at #25 in the UK. The single was released in the United States but failed to chart.
  • Seaside Rendezvous
    "Seaside Rendezvous" is a song by British rock group Queen, and is the seventh track on their fourth studio album A Night at the Opera. The song was written by Freddie Mercury under his vaudevillian/musichall influence.
  • Se a vida é (That's the Way Life Is) Se a vida é (That's the Way Life Is)
    "Se a vida é" is a Pet Shop Boys song that was released as a single on 12 August 1996, and reached number eight in the UK Singles Chart.
  • Second Nature (Electronic song) Second Nature (Electronic song)
    "Second Nature" is a song by Electronic, released as the group's seventh single. It has an autobiographical lyric by Sumner which concerns his youth and growing up, while the music has a groovy shuffle which contrasts with the stricter dance tracks on its parent album Raise the Pressure.
  • See It in a Boy's Eyes See It in a Boy's Eyes
    "See It in a Boy's Eyes" was the fourth single from British R&B singer Jamelia's second album, Thank You. The song, released in the UK on 12 July 2004, became Jamelia's third consecutive top five hit in the UK to date, peaking at number five and spending eleven weeks on the UK Singles Chart.
  • Seen the Light Seen the Light
    "Seen the Light" is a song by Supergrass. It was the third single from their fourth album Life on Other Planets. It was the first Supergrass release on DVD and reached #22 in the UK Singles Chart when it was released in January 2003. The B-Side "The Loner" is a cover version of a Neil Young song.
  • Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band (song) Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band (song)
    "Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band" is a song written by Paul McCartney, and first recorded and released in 1967, on the album of the same name by the Beatles. The song appears twice on the album: as the opening track, and as "Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band", the penultimate track.
  • She Called Up She Called Up
    "She Called Up" is the second single released from Crowded House's fifth studio album Time on Earth, released on 17 September 2007.
  • Sheezus (song)
    "Sheezus" is a song by British singer-songwriter Lily Allen, released as a promotional single from her third studio album of the same name. It was released alongside its music video on 23 April 2014 ahead of its planned release date of 28 April due to it being leaked.
  • She Loves You She Loves You
    "She Loves You" is a song written by John Lennon and Paul McCartney and recorded by English rock group the Beatles for release as a single in 1963.
  • She Makes My Nose Bleed
    "She Makes My Nose Bleed" is a song by the English alternative rock band Mansun. The song was written by band-leader Paul Draper. It was recorded and produced by Draper with additional production by Mark 'Spike' Stent during sessions for the group's début studio album.
  • She's a Woman She's a Woman
    "She's a Woman" is a song by the Beatles, written mainly by Paul McCartney and credited to Lennon–McCartney. John Lennon contributed to the lyrics and middle eight. The song was finished in the studio the morning of the session.
  • She's So Fine
    "She's So Fine" is a song written by Stevie Wright and George Young. It was originally recorded by the Australian rock group the Easybeats in 1965, whose version reached number three in the Australian charts.
  • Shiver (Coldplay song) Shiver (Coldplay song)
    "Shiver" is a song by British rock band Coldplay. British record producer Ken Nelson and Coldplay produced the track for their debut album Parachutes. Lead singer Chris Martin admitted that "Shiver" was written for a specific woman, from whom the media has generated several speculations.
  • Shot Me Down
    "Shot Me Down" is a song by French house music producer and disc jockey David Guetta, featuring vocals from American singer Skylar Grey. The song was released on 3 February 2014 as a digital download. It was produced by David Guetta and Giorgio Tuinfort, with additional production from Ralph Wegner.
  • Simply Unstoppable Simply Unstoppable
    "Simply Unstoppable" is a song by British rapper Tinie Tempah, taken from his debut studio album, Disc-Overy. The song features uncredited vocals from British singer Vanya Taylor.
  • Sista Sista Sista Sista
    "Sista Sista" was the third single release from British soul singer Beverley Knight's Prodigal Sista album. Knight has previously described the song as the highlight of her career as a lyricist, and is dedicated to two of her friends - "Melissa and Karen", according to the album sleeve.
  • Six (Mansun song)
    "Six" is a song by the English alternative rock band Mansun. The song was written by band-leader Paul Draper. It was recorded and produced by Paul Draper and Mark 'Spike' Stent with additional production by Mike Hunter during sessions for the group's second studio album.
  • Ska vi älska, så ska vi älska till Buddy Holly
    "Ska vi älska, så ska vi älska till Buddy Holly" is a song written by Per Gessle and Mats "MP" Persson, recorded by Gyllene Tider and released as a single on 27 May 1980. It peaked at 8th position at the Swedish singles cart.
  • Skinny Genes Skinny Genes
    "Skinny Genes" is a song performed by British recording artist Eliza Doolittle. The song serves as her debut single and first single from her debut album, Eliza Doolittle. The track was co-written by Doolittle in collaboration with Tim Woodcock and the song's producer Matthew Prime.
  • Sleep Alone Sleep Alone
    "Sleep Alone" is the third single from Bat for Lashes' second album Two Suns, released on 6 September 2009 as a download-only double A-side single with "Moon and Moon". The song was announced to be the third single on Bat for Lashes' official website.
  • Sleeping Powder
    "Sleeping Powder" is a song by English virtual band Gorillaz. The song and its accompanying music video were released on 8 June 2017 via YouTube, with a live debut occurring that same day. It was later released for streaming via Spotify and iTunes on 16 June 2017.
  • Slipping Away (Mansun song)
    "Slipping Away" is a song by the English alternative rock band Mansun. The song was written by band-leader Paul Draper. It was recorded and produced by Richard Rainey and Paul Draper during sessions for the group's aborted-fourth studio album.
  • Slow (Kylie Minogue song)
    "Slow" is a song recorded by Australian singer Kylie Minogue for her ninth studio album Body Language. It was released as the lead single from the album by Parlophone on 3 November 2003. The song was written by Minogue, Dan Carey, Emilíana Torrini, and produced by Carey, Torrini, and Sunnyroads.
  • Snart kommer änglarna att landa
    Snart kommer änglarna att landa is a Christmas song written by Ulf Lundell, and recorded by him on the 1979 album Glitter glögg & rock 'n' roll. and released as a single in 1981.
  • So Hard So Hard
    "So Hard" is a song by the British pop group Pet Shop Boys and was the first single lifted from the 1990 album Behaviour.
  • So High (Jamelia song)
    "So High" is the debut single from British R&B star Jamelia. It was her first single for Parlophone in 1999. The single did not chart in the UK and is rare due to the fact it did not feature on her debut album, Drama.
  • Somebody to Love (Queen song) Somebody to Love (Queen song)
    "Somebody to Love" is a song by the British rock band Queen, written by the lead singer/pianist Freddie Mercury. It debuted on the band's 1976 album A Day at the Races and was also featured on their compilation album Greatest Hits.
  • Some Like It Hot (song) Some Like It Hot (song)
    "Some Like It Hot" is a song recorded by The Power Station. It was the first single released from the group's 1985 eponymous debut album. Released by Parlophone Records in 1985, the song features heavy drum beats from Tony Thompson and vocals from Robert Palmer.
  • Someone to Love (Sean Maguire song) Someone to Love (Sean Maguire song)
    "Someone to Love" is a song by Sean Maguire, released as his first single in 1994. It reached number 14 and spent seven weeks in the UK Singles Chart.
  • Some People (Belouis Some song) Some People (Belouis Some song)
    "Some People" is a 1985 single by British artist Belouis Some, from his 1985 debut album Some People. The song reached the Top 40 in the UK, peaking at #33 on the UK Singles Chart in April 1986. In the U.S., the song reached #67 on the Billboard Hot 100.
  • Something About You (Jamelia song) Something About You (Jamelia song)
    "Something About You" was the first single from English R&B singer Jamelia's third album, Walk with Me. The single was released on 11 September 2006. Jamelia described the sound of the single as being more "experimental" and not as R&B as her previous material.
  • Something Beautiful Remains Something Beautiful Remains
    "Something Beautiful Remains" is a single released by Grammy Award-winning singer Tina Turner in 1996 on Tina's Wildest Dreams album.
  • Something Tells Me (Something's Gonna Happen Tonight)
    '"Something Tells Me" is a song by English recording artist Cilla Black, released in 1971.
  • Sorry Suzanne
    "Sorry Suzanne" is a 1969 single by The Hollies that was co-written by Geoff Stephens and Tony Macaulay. It was the group's first song to feature Terry Sylvester in the place of Graham Nash.
  • Sorry (The Easybeats song)
    "Sorry" is a 1966 song and single by Australian rock group The Easybeats, which was written by band members George Young and Stevie Wright. It peaked at #1 on the Australian Go-Set's National Top 40 in mid November 1966. It remained at #1 on the Australian Charts for 2 weeks in November 1966.
  • So You Say So You Say
    "So You Say" is the second and final single taken from former Sugababe Siobhán Donaghy's second studio album, Ghosts. It was co-written by Siobhan and producer–programmer James Sanger. The song was written about Donaghy's first relationship and the breakdown of it.
  • Spectacular (Graham Coxon song) Spectacular (Graham Coxon song)
    "Spectacular" is the opening track to the album Happiness in Magazines by British singer-songwriter Graham Coxon. It was released as the third single from that album in 2004 and peaked at number 32 on the UK Singles Chart.
  • Speed of Light (Iron Maiden song)
    "Speed of Light" is a song by the English heavy metal band Iron Maiden from their sixteenth studio album, The Book of Souls. The song was released as a music video on 14 August 2015 and was also made available as a digital download and issued as a single-track CD exclusive to Best Buy in the US.
  • Speed of Sound (song) Speed of Sound (song)
    "Speed of Sound" is a song by British rock band Coldplay. It was written by all members of the band for their third studio album, X&Y. Built around a piano riff, the song builds into a huge, synthesiser-heavy chorus. It was released by Parlophone Records as the lead single from the album.
  • Spies Like Us (song) Spies Like Us (song)
    "Spies Like Us" is the title song to the 1985 Warner Bros. motion picture of the same name, starring Chevy Chase, Dan Aykroyd, and Donna Dixon. It was written and performed by Paul McCartney, and was a top ten hit in the United States in early 1986, reaching No. 7 on the singles chart.
  • Spinning Around Spinning Around
    "Spinning Around" is a 2000 song recorded by Australian singer Kylie Minogue for her seventh studio album, Light Years. It won the 2000 ARIA Music Award for Best Pop Release.
  • Step Inside Love
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  • Stop! (Sam Brown song) Stop! (Sam Brown song)
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  • Stop Stop Stop Stop Stop Stop
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  • Stop Whispering Stop Whispering
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  • Strawberry Fields Forever Strawberry Fields Forever
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  • Strawberry Swing Strawberry Swing
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  • Street Spirit (Fade Out) Street Spirit (Fade Out)
    "Street Spirit" is a song by English alternative rock band Radiohead, featured as the final track on their second studio album The Bends, which was released in 1995.
  • Stripper Vicar
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  • Strobelite
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  • Stylo (song) Stylo (song)
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  • Suddenly (Sean Maguire song) Suddenly (Sean Maguire song)
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  • Sun Hits the Sky Sun Hits the Sky
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  • Superfast Jellyfish Superfast Jellyfish
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  • Take It Away (Paul McCartney song) Take It Away (Paul McCartney song)
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  • Take This Time Take This Time
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  • Talk (Coldplay song)
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  • Talking About
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  • Talk (song) Talk (song)
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  • Target Practice (song)
    "Target Practice" is the debut single by British musician Belouis Some, from his 1985 debut album, Some People. The song was first released in 1984, then again the following year. It reached #16 in South Africa in 1986, which was his third consecutive Top 20 hit there.
  • Taxloss
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  • Temporary Secretary Temporary Secretary
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  • Text from Your Ex
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  • Thank You Girl Thank You Girl
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  • Thank You (Jamelia song) Thank You (Jamelia song)
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  • The Beatles Movie Medley The Beatles Movie Medley
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  • The Flame (Arcadia song) The Flame (Arcadia song)
    "The Flame" is the fourth single released by the Duran Duran offshoot band, Arcadia. It was released by Parlophone Records in 1986 and was the group's third UK single. It reached number 58 in the UK Singles Chart.
  • The Fox (What Does the Fox Say?) The Fox (What Does the Fox Say?)
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  • The Girl I Used to Know
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  • The Happy Wanderer The Happy Wanderer
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  • The Harder I Try The Harder I Try
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  • The Hardest Part (Coldplay song) The Hardest Part (Coldplay song)
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  • The Inner Light (song) The Inner Light (song)
    "The Inner Light" is a song by the English rock group the Beatles, written by George Harrison. It was released on a non-album single in March 1968, as the B-side to "Lady Madonna".
  • The Invisible Man (Queen song) The Invisible Man (Queen song)
    "The Invisible Man" is a song by the British rock band Queen, written by drummer Roger Taylor but credited to Queen. The song is sung mostly by Freddie Mercury, with vocal contributions from Taylor. Originally released on the album The Miracle, it was released as a single in 1989.
  • The Last of the English Roses The Last of the English Roses
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  • The Miracle (song) The Miracle (song)
    "The Miracle" is the fifth and final single from Queen's 1989 studio album of the same name. It was composed by the entire band, though Freddie Mercury and John Deacon were the main writers. It was released as a single in late November 1989, some six months after the album.
  • The More You Ignore Me, the Closer I Get The More You Ignore Me, the Closer I Get
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  • The Music Goes 'Round My Head
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  • The Next Time
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  • The Power of Love (Frankie Goes to Hollywood song) The Power of Love (Frankie Goes to Hollywood song)
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  • The Promise (Arcadia song) The Promise (Arcadia song)
    The Promise was the third single released by the Duran Duran offshoot band Arcadia. It was released by Parlophone Records in 1986 as the group's second UK single. It peaked at number 37 on the UK Singles Chart.
  • The Puritan (song) The Puritan (song)
    "The Puritan" is a single by English band Blur. After being played by Damon Albarn at a poetry festival, speculation rose as to "The Puritan"'s release. It is the band's first single since 2010's "Fool's Day". It was announced the track would be premiered via a Twitter live feed.
  • The Queen of Starting Over The Queen of Starting Over
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  • There There There There
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  • The Rise and Fall of Flingle Bunt The Rise and Fall of Flingle Bunt
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  • The Scientist (song) The Scientist (song)
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  • These Are the Days of Our Lives These Are the Days of Our Lives
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  • The Selfish Giant (song)
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  • The Show Must Go On (Queen song) The Show Must Go On (Queen song)
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  • The Unguarded Moment (song)
    "The Unguarded Moment" is a song by Australian alternative rock band The Church, released in March 1981. It was the second single from their 1981 debut album, Of Skins and Heart.
  • The World Tonight (song) The World Tonight (song)
    "The World Tonight" is a song by Paul McCartney and is the second track on his 1997 album Flaming Pie. The first, and only, single from Flaming Pie that was released in the US, on 17 April 1997, and in July as the second single from that album in the UK, peaking at #23 in the UK Singles Chart.
  • Things We Said Today
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  • This One's for You (David Guetta song)
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  • Ticket to Ride Ticket to Ride
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  • Till I'm Gone Till I'm Gone
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  • Time Beat
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  • Timebomb (Kylie Minogue song) Timebomb (Kylie Minogue song)
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  • 'Tis a Pity She Was a Whore
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  • Today's the Day (Sean Maguire song) Today's the Day (Sean Maguire song)
    "Today's the Day" is a song by Sean Maguire, released in 1997 as his eighth single and his first new recording since his second album Spirit, which was released the previous year. "Today's the Day" does not appear on any of Maguire's albums.
  • To Die a Virgin To Die a Virgin
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  • Together (Pet Shop Boys song) Together (Pet Shop Boys song)
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  • Tokyo (Athlete song)
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  • Told You So (song)
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  • Tourist (song)
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  • Trampoline (song) Trampoline (song)
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  • Trouble (Coldplay song) Trouble (Coldplay song)
    "Trouble" is a song by British rock band Coldplay, for their debut album, Parachutes. The band wrote the song and co-produced it with British record producer Ken Nelson. The song's musicscape is minimalist built around a piano.
  • True Love (Coldplay song)
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  • Tug of War (Paul McCartney song)
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  • Turn Around (Conor Maynard song) Turn Around (Conor Maynard song)
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  • Två av oss
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  • Twenty Four Hours / Stand in the Sun Twenty Four Hours / Stand in the Sun
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  • Unbelievable (EMF song) Unbelievable (EMF song)
    "Unbelievable" is a song written and recorded by British band EMF, originally appearing on their debut album Schubert Dip. It was released as a single in the UK in 1990, peaking in the UK Singles Chart at number three on 1 December 1990.
  • Under Pressure Under Pressure
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  • Under the Westway Under the Westway
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  • Undo (Sanna Nielsen song)
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  • Until the End of Time (Electronic song) Until the End of Time (Electronic song)
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  • Vegas Girl Vegas Girl
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  • Vivid (song)
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  • Walk into the Sun Walk into the Sun
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  • Was It Worth It? (Pet Shop Boys song) Was It Worth It? (Pet Shop Boys song)
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  • Waterfalls (Paul McCartney song) Waterfalls (Paul McCartney song)
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  • We Can Work It Out We Can Work It Out
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  • We Got the Power (Gorillaz song)
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  • West End Girls West End Girls
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  • Westside (Athlete song)
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  • What Do You Want? (Adam Faith song)
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  • Whatever You Need Whatever You Need
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  • Whatever You Want (Tina Turner song) Whatever You Want (Tina Turner song)
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  • What Have I Done to Deserve This? (song)
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  • What I Did for Love (David Guetta song)
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  • When the Heartache Is Over When the Heartache Is Over
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  • When Will I See You Again When Will I See You Again
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  • Whistle (Kylie Minogue and múm song) Whistle (Kylie Minogue and múm song)
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  • White Shadows
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  • Who'll Be the One
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  • Why Must We Wait Until Tonight Why Must We Wait Until Tonight
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  • Why Not Nothing? / Sweet Brother Malcolm Why Not Nothing? / Sweet Brother Malcolm
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  • Wide Open Space (song)
    "Wide Open Space" is a song by Chester rock band Mansun, released as a single on 25 November 1996. The song was the lead track of Four EP. The single's success led to alternate versions appearing on four of the next five Mansun singles.
  • Will You Be There (Celebrate the Nun song) Will You Be There (Celebrate the Nun song)
    "Will You Be There" is a 1989 single by the German synthpop band Celebrate the Nun, from their 1990 debut album Meanwhile. It was the group's biggest hit, peaking at # 5 on the Billboard Dance Play Charts on the week of June 23, 1990.
  • Winner (Pet Shop Boys song) Winner (Pet Shop Boys song)
    "Winner" is a 2012 single by the Pet Shop Boys and the first to be taken from the duo's eleventh studio album Elysium. On 2 July 2012, it received its UK radio premiere on The Ken Bruce Show on BBC Radio 2. The following day, it was made available for download via iTunes.
  • Wires (song) Wires (song)
    "Wires" is a song by the British rock band Athlete from their second studio album, Tourist. It was released 17 January 2005 as the lead single from that album, peaking at #4 in the UK Singles Chart. The song was written by lead singer Joel Pott, about his daughter who was born prematurely.
  • With a Little Help from My Friends With a Little Help from My Friends
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  • With a Little Luck With a Little Luck
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  • Wonderful Christmastime Wonderful Christmastime
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  • Wonderman (Tinie Tempah song) Wonderman (Tinie Tempah song)
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  • Words Just Get in the Way Words Just Get in the Way
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  • Would I Lie to You? (Charles & Eddie song) Would I Lie to You? (Charles & Eddie song)
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  • Written in the Stars (Tinie Tempah song) Written in the Stars (Tinie Tempah song)
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  • Yellow (Coldplay song) Yellow (Coldplay song)
    "Yellow" is a song by the British rock band Coldplay. The band wrote the song and co-produced it with British record producer Ken Nelson for their debut album, Parachutes. The song's lyrics are a reference to the band's lead singer Chris Martin's unrequited love.
  • Yellow Submarine (song) Yellow Submarine (song)
    "Yellow Submarine" is a 1966 song by the Beatles, written by Paul McCartney and John Lennon, with lead vocals by Ringo Starr. It was included on the Revolver album and issued as a single, coupled with "Eleanor Rigby".
  • Yes It Is Yes It Is
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  • Yes I Will Yes I Will
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  • Yesterday (Beatles song)
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  • Yesterday, When I Was Mad Yesterday, When I Was Mad
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  • You Don't Fool Me You Don't Fool Me
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  • You Got the Style
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  • You Held the World in Your Arms You Held the World in Your Arms
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  • Young Boy Young Boy
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  • You Only Tell Me You Love Me When You're Drunk You Only Tell Me You Love Me When You're Drunk
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  • Your Disco Needs You Your Disco Needs You
    "Your Disco Needs You" is a song performed by Australian recording artist and songwriter Kylie Minogue, taken from her seventh studio album Light Years. The song was written by Minogue, Guy Chambers and Robbie Williams and produced by Chambers and Steve Power.
  • You're My World You're My World
    "You're My World" is a ballad originally recorded in 1963 as "Il Mio Mondo" by Umberto Bindi, who co-wrote the Italian-language version with Gino Paoli.
  • Your Loving Flame
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  • You Talk You Talk
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  • You Tell Me Why You Tell Me Why
    "You Tell Me Why" is a song by American rock group The Beau Brummels, from the band's second album, The Beau Brummels, Volume 2. The song was written by guitarist Ron Elliott and produced by Sylvester Stewart, later known as Sly Stone.
  • You've Got a Habit of Leaving You've Got a Habit of Leaving
    "You've Got a Habit of Leaving" is a song written by David Bowie in 1965 and released as a single under the name Davy Jones & The Lower Third.
  • You've Lost That Lovin' Feelin' You've Lost That Lovin' Feelin'
    "You've Lost That Lovin' Feelin'" is a song written by Phil Spector, Barry Mann, and Cynthia Weil. It was first recorded by the Righteous Brothers in 1964, and was produced by Phil Spector.
  • You've Really Got a Hold on Me You've Really Got a Hold on Me
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