Stuck for ideas this Christmas? Got loads of people to buy for but lacking inspiration? Then let NME guide you through the Top 100 essential Christmas gifts 2010.
From CDs to DVDs, books, games, gadgets, merch and more, we've trawled the net for present ideas that will amuse and delight. And maybe you can treat yourselves to a few too.
Mark down all your key gig dates and album releases on the most heavy rock calendar going.
Get the world's finest rock and roll newspaper (even if we do say it ourselves) for the bargainous price of £74.99 for a whole year. That's a lot of wit, wisdom, and arguing about music for your buck, and a saving of 36% on the cover price.
The most iconic rock and rock photography, shot by NME's top snappers, is now available to purchase. If you know someone who's always ripping pages of the mag out for their bedroom walls, these prints (framed or unframed) are the perfect gift.
NME's sister magazine Uncut is THE monthly authority on classic music and film, featuring authoritative reviews of albums old and new alongside in-depth features and profiles. Essential for anyone interested in music from the last 60 years to today.
Mark Ronson made a spectacular return with a spectacular album this year, and got himself on the cover of NME. 'Record Collection' has been released as 7 7"s, featuring every track off the album with specially commissioned artwork for each sleeve and a leather case to hold it all in.
Make someone very happy indeed with these limited edition red headphones designed by Dr Dre. With unrivalled sound quality, sleek design, and even a portion of the cost going to fight Aids, these are vital for any music fan.
Help someone smell like a punk - or actually like lemon, pepper, patchouli and leather apparently - with the Sex Pistols' perfume, which comes housed in an anarchic 'God Save The Queen' box.
The Muse triangle print rucksack with woven Muse patch is now on sale, and available to buy from their site for twenty five quid if you're quick.
You've seen white vinyl and you may have encountered red, but these special reissues of the first three White Stripes albums take it to the next level - they're red AND white. The split colour versions of their eponymous debut, 'De Stijl', and 'White Blood Cells' are fifty bucks each and all proceeds go to charity.
Liam Gallagher's exclusive clothing label just revealed their latest items, including this nylon bellow jacket. It's lightweight, so it can be worn indoors at gigs with your shades, if that's how you roll.