Brits 25th – Best Song Ever??

This year the Brits are 25 years old. To celebrate, a new category is added this year of “Best ever single”. The 25 songs in the shortlist are all by a Brittish artist, and must have been released between 1977, and the end of 2004. The victor shall be chosen by listeners of BBC Radio 2. There are the usual suspects, though to be honest the exclusion of Wigfield – “Saturday Night” could prove to be controversial.

Best Ever Song shortlist :

‘Heroes’ – David Bowie
‘We Are The Champions’ – Queen
‘Wuthering Heights’ – Kate Bush
‘Night Fever’ – Bee Gees
‘London Calling’ – Clash
‘Love Will Tear Us Apart’ – Joy Division
‘That's Entertainment’ – The Jam
‘I Don't Want To Talk About It’ – Rod Stewart
‘Look of Love’ – ABC
‘Golden Brown’ – The Stranglers
‘True’ – Spandau Ballet
‘Careless Whisper’ – George Michael
‘Holding Back The Years’ – Simply Red
‘Sledgehammer’ – Peter Gabriel
‘Sacrifice’ – Elton John
‘Unfinished Sympathy’ – Massive Attack
‘Why’ – Annie Lennox
‘Fields of Gold’ – Sting
‘Kiss From A Rose’ – Seal
‘Wonderwall’ – Oasis
‘Angels’ – Robbie Williams
‘Yellow’ – Coldplay
‘Babylon’ – David Gray
‘Leave Right Now’ – Will Young
‘Dry Your Eyes’ – The Streets

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