Arctic Monkeys and Muse feature on new ‘Later…With Jools Holland’ compilation

The collection features a host of live performances

Arctic Monkeys, The White Stripes and Muse all feature on a new compilation culled from live performances on ‘Later…With Jools Holland’.

The 39-track collection, out on January 28, will be called ‘Later…Live With Jools Holland’, and also feature Kaiser Chiefs, The Flaming Lips, Kate Nash and CSS.

The tracklisting is:



Arctic Monkeys – ‘Brianstorm’

Amy Winehouse – ‘Tears Dry On Their Own’

Kate Nash – ‘Foundations’

Kaiser Chiefs – ‘Ruby’

KT Tunstall – ‘Black Horse & The Cherry Tree’


Gnarls Barkley – ‘Crazy’

Mika – ‘Grace Kelly’

Adele – ‘Daydreamer’

The Fratellis – ‘Henrietta’

Hard-Fi – ‘Suburban Knights’

Stereophonics – ‘It Means Nothing’

Richard Hawley – ‘Valentine’

Scott Matthews – ‘Dream Song’

Seasick Steve – ‘Dog House Boogie’

The Flaming Lips – ‘Yeah Yeah Yeah Song’

CSS – ‘Let’s Make Love And Listen To Death From Above’

Damien Rice – ‘Coconut Skins’

King Creosote – ‘Admiral’

Muse – ‘Knights Of Cydonia’


The White Stripes/Jools Holland – ‘My Doorbell’

Lily Allen – ‘Smile’

Razorlight – ‘America’

Paolo Nutini – ‘Last Request’

Editors – ‘Smokers Outside The Hospital Doors’

Duffy with Bernard Butler – ‘Rockferry’

Keane – ‘Crystal Ball’

The Strokes – ‘Last Nite’

James Morrison – ‘You Give Me Something’

Primal Scream – ‘Country Girl’

David Gray – ‘You’re The World To Me’

Kings Of Leon – ‘The Bucket’

Jose Gonzales – ‘Heartbeats’

Mutya Buena – ‘Just A Little Bit’

Estelle – ‘Wait A Minute (Just A Touch)’

Ray Lamontagne – ‘Trouble’

Green Day – ‘American Idiot’

Kano ft Damon Albarn – ‘Feel Free’

James Blunt – ‘Same Mistake’

Kasabian – ‘Empire’

The show recently completed its 30th series, and more than a thousand artists have performed well over 2,500 songs in the 15 years it has been on air.

The 200th show airs on Friday, February 1 and features Radiohead and Cat Power among its’ guests.

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