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Beyonce's 'Crazy In Love' voted NME's track of the decade

The Strokes, MGMT, MIA also make the run-down

Beyonce's 'Crazy In Love' has been voted the greatest track of this decade by NME.

It was announced today (November 25) that the 2003 single, which features Jay-Z, was Number One of the Top 100 poll, which was voted for by the staff at NME, NME.COM, NME TV and NME Radio.

MGMT were second in the run-down with their 2008 song 'Time To Pretend', while The Strokes' 'Hard To Explain', from 2001, was third.

The NME Top 20 tracks of the decade are:

1. Beyonce – 'Crazy In Love'
2. MGMT – 'Time To Pretend'
3. The Strokes – 'Hard To Explain'
4. MIA – 'Paper Planes'
5. OutKast – 'Hey Ya!'
6. The Rapture – 'House Of Jealous Lovers'
7. Klaxons – 'Golden Skans'
8. Blur – 'Out Of Time'
9. Arcade Fire – 'Rebellion (Lies)'
10. Arctic Monkeys – 'A Certain Romance'
11. The Libertines – 'Can’t Stand Me Now'
12. The Streets – 'Dry Your Eyes'
13. The Walkmen – 'The Rat'
14. The White Stripes – 'Seven Nation Army'
15. Yeah Yeah Yeahs - 'Bang'
16. Rihanna – 'Umbrella'
17. Yeah Yeah Yeahs – 'Maps'
18. OutKast – 'Ms Jackson'
19. Radiohead – 'Reckoner'
20. Hot Chip – 'Over And Over'


See the full 100 NME tracks of the decade on NME.COM now.

Plus:
Vote for your favourite tracks of the decade and debate the list and listen to all the songs featured on it at NME.COM/Blogs now.

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