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The Libertines’ long awaited third-album ‘Anthems for Doomed Youth’ proved that Pete and Carl could still hack it with the best of ‘em. Including stellar singles ‘Gunga Din and ‘Heart of the Matter’, it was a fine return for the cult heroes.
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Kings of Leon went on to achieve worldwide success in the mid ’00s, scoring some of the noughties’ biggest hits with ‘Sex on Fire’ and ‘Use Somebody’. Caleb Followill and co managed to hijack the success that many thought was destined for The Strokes with their infectious stadium-rock, and their latest effort ‘Walls’ showed they still have a penchant for giant choruses.
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Influenced by the likes of The Stones Roses and Primal Scream and with the attitude of Oasis, Kasabian have released a successful compilation of work that most bands can only dream of achieving. As well as their self-titled debut album, ‘Empire’ and ‘West Ryder Pauper Lunatic Asylum’ went on to cement the bands place as one of the biggest acts in the UK. This video of the band performing ‘Fire’ during their prestigious headline slot on Glastonbury’s Pyramid stage in 2014 demonstrates the Leicester bands electric live presence.
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Linkin Park rose to fame in 2000 with their debut album ‘Hybrid Theory’ which successfully fused nu-metal and rap metal. The bands colossal success only elevated further after their Billboard 200 topping follow-up ‘Meteora’. The late Chester Bennington influenced numerous artists such as Rihanna and Chance the Rapper – and this video of the Linkin Park singer rapping with Stormzy demonstrates Bennington’s brilliance.
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Punk-rockers Fidlar mustered up one of the best and darkest releases of 2016 with the fantastic ‘Too’. The record chronicled some of the more personal aspects of singer Zac Carper’s life. This performance of ‘West-Coast’ live on ‘Conan’ shows the four-piece at their brilliant best.
Words: Joseph Forte