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What's The Best Track Of The '90s?Play Video

What's The Best Track Of The '90s? (02:29)

To mark NME's 60th anniversary we're looking at the best music of each decade. Here we ask a range of musicians - from Alabama Shakes to Azealia Banks - to...

What's The Best Track Of The 1980s?Play Video

What's The Best Track Of The 1980s? (00:57)

Continuing our decade-by-decade survey of all the music released in NME's 60-year lifetime, we quiz the likes of Keane, Azealia Banks, Two Door and Little...

What's The Best Track Of The 1970s?Play Video

What's The Best Track Of The 1970s? (00:54)

Continuing NME's 60th anniversary celebrations, here the likes of Azealia Banks, Wretch 32 and Tribes select their favourite track of the 1970s.

What's The Best Track Of The 70s?Play Video

What's The Best Track Of The 70s? (00:55)

As part of our 60th anniversary celebrations Metronomy, Azealia Banks, Tribes and Wretch 32 all tell us their favourite track of the 1970's.

What Was The Best Track Of The 1960s?Play Video

What Was The Best Track Of The 1960s? (02:21)

Paul Weller, Graham Coxon, Azealia Banks, Frank Turner, The Vaccines, Two Door Cinema Club and Miles Kane reveal their favourite tracks of the 1960s.

What Was The Best Track Of The 1950s?Play Video

What Was The Best Track Of The 1950s? (01:30)

To mark NME's 60th birthday we're celebrating the best music of each decade of our lifetime. Starting with the '50s, and the earth-shaking birth of...

NME Awards Tour 2012 - On The RoadPlay Video

NME Awards Tour 2012 - On The Road (03:01)

We catch up with the NME Awards Tour 2012 - featuring Two Door Cinema Club, Metronomy, Tribes and Azealia Banks - as it swings into Manchester. Cue...

Azealia Banks feat. Lazy Jay - '212'Play Video

Azealia Banks feat. Lazy Jay - '212' (03:26)

Watch the latest video from the 2011 NME Cool List winner Azealia Banks.

 
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