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Produced: Amy Winehouse, Kaiser Chiefs, Duran Duran

London fop Mark Ronson emerged blinking into the light with the frat boy hip-hop of his 2003 debut ‘Here Comes The Fuzz’ but was soon lined up for production work with Christina Aguilera and Lily Allen. But the championship move came with Amy Winehouse’s 2006 classic ‘Back To Black’ where Ronson’s natural old skool instincts provided the perfect bed for Winehouse’s retro soul obsessions and set a template for the adult pop of the next decade. He could write his own cheques after that, taking advantage with ‘Version’, an album of parping-horn covers, and attempting to revive the career of heroes Duran Duran. MH

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