50 Years of Great British Music [1958-2008]

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  • Tracks of the '50s

  • "Rock Island Line" by Lonnie Donegan [Decca, 1955]
  • "Teach You To Rock" by Tony Crombie and His Rockets [Columbia, 1956]
  • "Rock with the Caveman" by Tommy Steele [Decca, 1956]
  • "Rockin' at the 2 I's" by Wee Willie Harris [Decca, 1957]
  • "Endless Sleep" by Marty Wilde [Philips, 1958]
  • "Move It" by Cliff Richard and the Drifters [Columbia, 1958]
  • "Maybe Tomorrow" by Billy Fury [Decca, 1959]
  • "Brand New Cadillac" by Vince Taylor and the Playboys [Parlaphone, 1959]
  • "Please Don't Touch" by Johnny Kidd and the Pirates [HMV, 1959]
  • "What Do You Want?" by Adam Faith [Parlophone, 1959]
  • Albums of the '60s

  • Dusty Springfield "Ev'rything's Coming Up Dusty" [Philips, 1965],
  • see also Cilla Black "Cilla" [Parlophone, 1965]
  • The Beatles "Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band" [Parlophone, 1967],
  • see also The Zombies "Odessey & Oracle" [CBS, 1968]
  • The Kinks "The Kinks are the Village Green Preservation Society" [PYE, 1968],
  • see also XTC "English Settlement" [Virgin, 1982]
  • Small Faces "Ogdens' Nut Gone Flake" [Immediate, 1968],
  • see also Sham 69 "That's Life" [Polydor, 1978]
  • Van Morrison "Astral Weeks" [Warner Bros, 1968],
  • see also Nick Drake "Five Leaves Left" [Island, 1969]
  • Pink Floyd "The Piper at the Gates of Dawn" [EMI, 1967],
  • see also Soft Machine "Soft Machine" [Probe, 1968]
  • Fairport Convention "Liege & Lief" [Island, 1969],
  • see also Pentangle "Sweet Child" [Transatlantic, 1968]
  • The Rolling Stones "Let It Bleed" [Decca, 1969],
  • see also The Faces "A Nod is as Good as a Wink... To a Blind Horse" [Warners, 1971]
  • The Who "Tommy" [Track, 1969],
  • see also The Pretty Things "SF Sorrow" [Columbia, 1968]
  • Led Zeppelin "Led Zeppelin II" [Atlantic, 1969],
  • see also Black Sabbath "Black Sabbath" [Vertigo, 1970]
  • Tracks of the '60s

  • "Apache" by The Shadows [Columbia, 1960]
  • "Telstar" by The Tornados [Decca, 1962]
  • "My Generation" by The Who [Brunswick, 1965]
  • "Tomorrow Never Knows" by The Beatles [Parlophone, 1966]
  • "Paint it Black" by The Rolling Stones [Decca, 1966]
  • "Wild Thing" by The Troggs [Fontana, 1966]
  • "Waterloo Sunset" by The Kinks [PYE, 1967]
  • "See Emily Play" by Pink Floyd [EMI, 1967]
  • "Itchycoo Park" by Small Faces [Immediate, 1967]
  • "Sunshine of Your Love" by Cream [Polydor, 1968]
  • The Best of The Who in the '60s

  • I Can't Explain from I Can't Explain [Brunswick single, 1965]
  • Anyway, Anyhow, Anytime from Anyway, Anyhow, Anytime [Brunswick single, 1965]
  • My Generation from My Generation [Brunswick, 1965]
  • Substitute from Substitute [Reaction single, 1966]
  • I Can See for Miles from The Who Sell Out [Track, 1967]
  • Albums of the '70s

  • David Bowie "Hunky Dory" [RCA, 1971,
  • see also T.Rex "T.Rex" [Fly, 1970]
  • Pink Floyd "The Dark Side of the Moon" [EMI/Harvest, 1973],
  • see also The Orb "UFOrb" [Big Life, 1992]
  • Roxy Music "For Your Pleasure" [Island, 1973],
  • see also Franz Ferdinand "Franz Ferdinand" [Domino, 2004]
  • Queen "A Night at the Opera" [EMI, 1975],
  • see also Mott the Hoople "The Hoople" [Columbia, 1974]
  • Sex Pistols "Never Mind the Bollocks" [Virgin, 1977],
  • see also Public Image Ltd. "Public Image" [Virgin, 1978]
  • The Jam "All Mod Cons" [Polydor, 1978],
  • see also The Style Council "Our Favourite Shop" [Polydor, 1985]
  • Steel Pulse "Handsworth Revolution" [Island, 1978],
  • see also Aswad "Aswad" [Mango, 1976]
  • The Clash "London Calling" [CBS, 1979],
  • see also Hard-Fi "Stars of CCTV" [Necessary/Atlantic, 2005]
  • Joy Division "Unknown Pleasures" [Factory, 1979],
  • see also New Order "Technique" [Factory, 1989]
  • The Specials "The Specials" [2-Tone, 1979],
  • see also The Streets "Original Pirate Material" [679, 2002]
  • Tracks of the '70s

  • "Paranoid" by Black Sabbath [Vertigo, 1970]
  • "Working Class Hero" by John Lennon/Plastic Ono Band [Apple, 1970]
  • "Won't Get Fooled Again" by The Who [Track, 1971]
  • "Get It On" by T.Rex [Fly, 1971]
  • "Rocket Man (I Think It's Going to be a Long, Long Time" by Elton John [DJM, 1972]
  • "Kashmir" by Led Zeppelin [Swan Song, 1975]
  • "Bohemian Rhapsody" by Queen [EMI, 1975]
  • ""Heroes"" by David Bowie [RCA, 1977]
  • "God Save the Queen" by Sex Pistols [Virgin, 1977]
  • "Teenage Kicks" by The Undertones [Good Vibrations, 1978]
  • Brian May's essential '70s Queen

  • Seven Seas of Rhye from Queen [EMI, 1973]
  • Killer Queen from Sheer Heart Attack [EMI, 1974]
  • Bohemian Rhapsody from A Night at the Opera [EMI, 1975]
  • The Millionaire Waltz from A Day at the Races [EMI, 1976]
  • We Will Rock You from News of the World [EMI, 1977]
  • Albums of the '90s

  • Depeche Mode "Violator" [Mute, 1990],
  • see also Pet Shop Boys "Behaviour" [Parlophone, 1990]
  • Massive Attack "Blue Lines" [Virgin, 1991],
  • see also Tricky "Maxinquaye" [Island, 1995]
  • Primal Scream "Screamadelica" [Creation, 1991],
  • see also Simian Mobile Disco "Attack Decay Sustain Release" [Wichita, 2007]
  • Blur "Parklife" [Food/Parlophone, 1994],
  • see also Kaiser Chiefs "Yours Truly, Angry Mob" [B-Unique, 2007]
  • Oasis "Definitely Maybe" [Creation, 1994],
  • see also Stereophonics "Word Gets Around" [V2, 1997]
  • Prodigy "Music for the Jilted Generation" [XL, 1994],
  • see also The Chemical Brothers "Dig Your Own Hole" [Virgin, 1997]
  • Portishead "Dummy" [Go! Discs, 1994],
  • see also Goldfrapp "Seventh Tree" [Mute, 2008]
  • Pulp "Different Class" [Island, 1995],
  • see also Suede "Suede" [Nude, 1993]
  • Radiohead "OK Computer" [Parlophone, 1997],
  • see also Pink Floyd "The Wall" [EMI, 1979]
  • The Verve "Urban Hymns" [Virgin, 1997],
  • see also Travis "The Man Who" [Independiente, 1999]
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