Mark Ronson names his 100 favourite bands for Kaiser Chiefs

Kaisers feature in it along with T-Rex, Jamie T and Blur

Mark Ronson Pic: PA Photos
Kaiser Chiefs have made public a list of Mark Ronson's 99 favourite bands and artists.

As part of their takeover of the Guardian's website, the Leeds band originally asked Ronson, producer of their recent 'Off With Their Heads' album, to compile a list featuring 100 artists, but he chose to leave one place available for a future band.

Ronson says he chose not to compile the list numerically, as that would "falsely bestow some sort of order on it," reports The Guardian.

The full list of Mark Ronson's 99 favourite musical acts ever is:

The Beatles
Radiohead
Guns N' Roses
The Band
Traffic
David Bowie
Led Zeppelin
A Tribe Called Quest
The Rolling Stones
The Beach Boys
The Smiths
Stevie Wonder
Beastie Boys
The Strokes
Duran Duran
At The Drive-In
Average White Band
Ben Folds Five
Blondie
Franz Ferdinand
Blur
The Specials
Brand New Heavies
Brand Nubian
Chic
The Clash
Coldplay
Cream
The White Stripes
The Cult
D'Angelo
Hall And Oates
De La Soul
Earth, Wind And Fire
Snoop Dogg
Electronic
Elton John
Elvis Costello
EPMD
Eric B And Rakim
Fela Kuti
Franki Valli And The Four Seasons
Fugazi
Gang Starr
Ghostface Killah
Happy Mondays
Isley Brothers
James Brown
Jamie T
Jane's Addiction
Jay-Z
Jimi Hendrix
John Barry
July
Kaiser Chiefs
Kings Of Leon
The Kinks
Klaxons
Kool And The Gang
KRS-One
LCD Soundsystem
Life Without Buildings
Lily Allen
MOP
Marvin Gaye
The Meters
Mobb Deep
Neil Young
Nine Inch Nails
Notorious BIG
OutKast
Pete Rock And CL Smooth
Prince
The Pretenders
Public Enemy
Queens Of The Stone Age
The Who
Run-DMC
Scritti Politti
The Shangri-La's
Shuggie Otis
Sly And The Family Stone
The Jackson 5
Smokey Robinson And The Miracles
The Spencer Davis Group
Steely Dan
Stevie Wonder
The Stone Roses
The Zombies
T-Rex
Tears For Fears
The Go! Team
Todd Rundgren
Tom Jobim & Elis Regina
Talking Heads
Vampire Weekend
Vince Guaraldi Trio
Weezer
The Whatnauts

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