December 20, 2013 15:14

The 1975's 'Chocolate' named Zane Lowe's Hottest Record of 2013 The 1975 Tickets

Arctic Monkeys, Frank Turner, James Blake and Queens Of The Stone Age also make the Top 10 of the BBC DJ's list

The 1975's 'Chocolate' named Zane Lowe's Hottest Record of 2013

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The 1975's 'Chocolate' has been named Zane Lowe's Hottest Record of 2013.

BBC Radio 1 listeners were asked to vote for their favourite songs of 2013 from Lowe's top 100 Hottest Records of the year and the DJ has been revealing the results on his show throughout the week. Arctic Monkeys' 'Why'd You Only Call Me When You're High?' took second place in the poll and Bring Me The Horizon's 'Shadow Moses' was third. Scroll down to read the full Top 10, which also includes records by Frank Turner, James Blake and Muse.

Zane Lowe's Top 10 Hottest Records of 2013 are:

1. The 1975 - 'Chocolate'
2. Arctic Monkeys - 'Why'd You Only Call Me When You're High?'
3. Bring Me the Horizon - 'Shadow Moses'
4. Eminem - 'Headlights' (feat. Nate Ruess)
5. Muse - 'Panic Station' (Madeon mix)
6. James Blake - 'Retrograde'
7. Frank Turner - 'Recovery'
8. Fall Out Boy - 'The Phoenix'
9. Twenty One Pilots - 'Holding On To You'
10. Queens Of The Stone Age - 'My God Is The Sun'

Last year Swedish House Mafia member Sebastian Ingrosso topped the list with his collaboration with Swedish producer Alesso, 'Calling'.

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