Including top tracks of the year from Algiers, Grace Lightman, Midnight Magic, Nite Jewel and Vince Staples.
Journey through the 80s in style with a playlist of 100 favourite UK chart hits for each year of the decade, featuring singles that spent one or more weeks in the UK Top 75 including AA sides and 12" mixes or other extended versions from the time.
See also: Spotify playlist of 100 Favourite Hit Singles 1970-1979
Additional mixes, remixes, edits and original tracks from Ghost Food.
Playlists of up to 100 favourite tracks from the decade (so far), compiled across five categories.
Including top instrumental tracks of the decade so far from jamie xx, Laurel Halo, Leon Vynehall, Martyn and Todd Terje.
Including remixes of tracks by CHVRCHES, The Juan Maclean, King Midas Sound, Róisín Murphy and These New Puritans.
Including top tracks of the decade so far from Jessie Ware, Neon Indian, Nite Jewel and Toro y Moi.
Including top tracks of the decade which also entered the UK Top 75 singles chart from Beyonce, Disclosure, Katy B, Kendrick Lamar and Rihanna.
Including top tracks of the decade which, despite eligibility, did not enter the UK Top 75 singles chart from KING, Nite Jewel, Paramore, Pharrell Williams and St. Vincent.
Playlists of up to 100 favourite tracks as compiled and ranked at the end of each year.
Including top tracks of the second half of the decade from Neon Indian, Susanne Sundfor, Mr. Twin Sister and Kendrick Lamar.
Including top tracks of the first half of the decade from Crookers, Laurel Halo, Underworld, Daft Punk and KING.
Favourites of the decade in 5 categories: Instrumentals, Non-Singles, Remixes & Edits, Hit Singles and Non-Hit Singles.
Including top tracks of the second half of the decade from Robyn, The Knife, Justice, Wiley and Washed Out.
Including top tracks of the first half of the decade from Plone, Roots Manuva, DJ Shadow, Alan Braxe & Fred Falke and The Knife.
Including top tracks of the second half of the decade from Leftfield, Todd Terry, Daft Punk, Air and Underworld.
Playlists featuring almost every song to hit the UK singles chart from 1952 to 2015!
Over 2,900 singles entered the UK charts between January 2010 and December 2015. The GLEE Cast were responsible for a staggering 93 of them.
Over 3,100 singles entered the UK charts between January 2005 and December 2009. Rihanna ruled the roost with 15 chart appearances over this time.
Over 4,200 singles entered the UK charts between January 2000 and December 2004. As both Diddy and Puff Daddy the Bad Boy mogul Sean Combs appeared on 14 of them.
Over 5,000 singles entered the UK charts between January 1995 and December 1999. Including the movie tie-in 'My Heart Will Go On' from Titanic, Celine Dion sang 15 of them.
Over 4,500 singles entered the UK charts between January 1990 and December 1994. Indie darlings The Wedding Present released a single each month throughout 1992 giving them a total of 16 hits in the early 90s.
Over 3,100 singles entered the UK charts between January 1985 and December 1989. Madonna closed the decade out as queen of the charts racking up 20 hits in just over half that time.
Over 2,800 singles entered the UK charts between January 1980 and December 1984. New pop sensation Adam Ant, with and without additional Ants, amassed a total of 18 hits including three chart-toppers.
Over 1,950 singles entered the UK charts between January 1975 and December 1979. Disco domina Donna Summer's string of stunning singles such as 'I Feel Love' gave her 17 hits.
Over 1,220 singles entered the UK charts between January 1970 and December 1974. Diana Ross rose to the top sharing 10 hits with the other Supremes and scoring 14 more solo.
Over 1,370 singles entered the UK charts between January 1965 and December 1969. Welsh wonder Tom Jones enjoyed 17 hits, more than any other act in the late 60s.
Over 1,400 singles entered the UK charts between January 1960 and December 1964. The Shadows charted 36 times during this period including 24 releases alongside one Cliff Richard.
Over 1,000 singles entered the UK charts between November 1952 and December 1959. In the chart's formative era Elvis Presley soon reigned supreme bombarding fans with 28 hits in just three years.
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Additional playlists for Spotify listeners
Stuff between 'might grow on me' and official Earcatcher status.
A rolling selection of earcatching tracks old and new as they're discovered.
Older tracks from the Earcatchers Mobile list are eventually transferred here.
20th Century tracks from the Earcatchers Archive list are eventually transferred here.
A rolling selection of favourite instrumental tracks as they're discovered.
Over 800 tracks loved on last.fm by Steve Mannion.
Selections from the late 20th century for Spotify listeners
Extracted from the UK Chart hits playlists which log (almost) every original single to have charted in the 70s (Sources: Polyhex, Official Charts)
The hits that could go on a bit. And rightly so. Extended mixes of various hits between 1980 and 1989 including Art of Noise, Frankie Goes to Hollywood, New Order, Sisters of Mercy and Soft Cell.
A playlist exploring antecedents of the mid-90s electronic subgenre known as Big Beat where characteristics of earlier genres including Dub, Hip Hop and Techno intersect.
Tracks that were sampled by Saint Etienne or that they were heavily influenced by plus some related material.
From Aphex Twin to Laura Nyro to U-Roy - Yeezy's pilfering prowess.
Favourites from the Pet Shop Boys catalogue that were B-sides or album tracks only.
Favourites from the Saint Etienne catalogue focusing on album tracks and lesser known highlights.