Apple Music creates the ultimate anniversary playlist to help you celebrate

THE Clash and the Spice Girls have created Apple Music’s ultimate 100-song anniversary playlist to celebrate the historic bank holiday.

Apple announced the Songs That Built The UK playlist on Thursday, and it’s packed with British bangers.

The Spice Girls hits have made Apple Music the ultimate 100-song jubilee playlist That Built The UK

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The Spice Girls hits have made Apple Music the ultimate 100-song jubilee playlist That Built The UKCredit: PA:Press Association

From trailblazers to pop powerhouses, the list features the best of the best, providing the perfect soundtrack to get you through the long weekend.

The 100 tracks, listed in no particular order, were handpicked by experts at Apple’s headquarters, including editors and presenters from Apple Music Radio, who say they recognize “the stunning breadth of the music landscape” in the UK.

Apple Music Radio host Matt Wilkinson said: “This list proves that our diversity as a country is perhaps our greatest musical asset.

“These 100 songs literally go everywhere and cover everything: songs about denial, songs about deception, songs that POP! scream from the rooftops and force you to sing along at maximum volume.

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“From the political battle cries of The Clash’s London Calling to the knowing genius of Lily Allen’s Smile to the sheer drama and power of Soul II Soul’s Back To Life, they go deeper than just being a playlist: these are the sounds that have got Inspiring millions and being the building blocks of British culture and art.”

Elton John, Queen, Annie Lennox to contemporary artists like One Direction, Girls Aloud and Adele have found a place in the playlist.

While late and great legends like Vera Lynn, Amy Winehouse, George Michael and Cilla Black add a bittersweet dose of nostalgia.

The Beatles are the only act to appear twice on the list.

100 songs that built Britain

Apple Music creates the ultimate anniversary playlist

FULL TRACK LISTING:

Adele Someone like You
Amy Winehouse rehab
Annie Lenox No more “I love you”
Arctic Monkeys I bet you look good on the dance floor
Artful Dodger Rewind (feat. Craig David) [Radio Edit]
Aswath Back to Africa
Bee Gees Stayin’ Alive (from the “Saturday Night Fever” soundtrack)
Black Sabbath Paranoid
Blur park life
Bronski Hit small town boy
buzzcocks Have you ever fallen in love (with someone you shouldn’t have)?
CalvinHarris I’m Not Alone (Radio Edit)
Cilla Black Alfie (remastered in 2003)
Cliff Richard and the Drifters move it
cold play Yellow
corner store Brimful by Asha (The Norman Cook Remix) [Single Version]
cultural club do you really want to hurt me
David Black
David Bowie Life on Mars? (1999 reissue)
Dusty Springfield son of a pastor
Ed Sheeran You need me, I do not need you
Elaine Paige & Andrew Lloyd Webber Memory
Elton-John Candle in the Wind (1997 version)
Estelle American Boy (feat. Kanye West)
eurythmy Sweet Dreams are made of this)
Fleetwood Mac dreams
Florence + the machine you have the love
Frankie goes to Hollywood Relax
fuse ODG Antenna (UK Radio Edit)
Gary Numann cars
GeorgeMichael Freedom! ’90
gigs Talk hardest
girl loud sound of the underground
Goldi downtown life
J Hus Did you see
Janet Kay Stupid games
Jay Sean down
Joan Armatrading Drop the pilot
John Lennon Introduce
joy department love will Tear Us Apart
Kate Bush Wuthering Heights
Katy B Katy on a mission
Led Zeppelin stairway to Heaven
Leona Lewis Bleeding Love
Deadly Bizzle phew! (Forward) [Original]
Lily Allen to smile
Lonnie Donegan & His Skiffle Group Rock Island Line
M beat Incredible (feat. General Levy)
MIA paper airplane
Manic street preachers A Design for Life (Remastered Version)
Mark Morrison Return of the Mack
full attack Unfinished Sympathy
Motorhead ace of spades
Mrs. Dynamite Dy Na Mi Tea
New order blue monday
oasis Wonder Wall (Remastered)
A direction What makes you beautiful
PJ Harvey Make England tremble
Pet Shop Boys West End Girls (Remastered)
Petula Clark Downtown
PhilCollins In the air tonight
Pink Floyd Comfortably Numb
Portishead sour times
cellulose Ordinary people
queen Bohemian Rhapsody
radio head Crawl
Robbie Williams Angel
Roni Size & representative Brown paper bag
sorry Hassle free operator
Sandy Shaw Marionette on a string
sex guns Anarchy In The UK (Remastered 2012)
Shirley Bassey Main Title – Goldfinger
Siouxsie and the Banshees Hong Kong Garden
Skepta shut down
Such a solid crew 21 seconds
soul II soul Back to life (Anyway you want me) [feat. Caron Wheeler]
Spice Girls Wannabe (Radio Edit)
Stormzy Shut up (studio version)
sugababes crazy like me
take that Back Forever (Radio Mix)
The Beatles A day in the life
The Beatles she loves you
The Chemical Brothers Hey boy, hey girl
tha collision London is calling
The Cure close to me
The Human League Do not you want Me
The jam town named Malice
The kinks you really got me
The Libertines Don’t look back at the sun
The police Every Breath You Take
The wounderchild fire starter
The Rolling Stones sympathy for the devil
Wrought This charming man
The special offers ghost town
The stone roses Fool’s Gold (Remastered)
The streets Has it come to this?
The WHO My Generation (stereo version)
Tiny Tempah Pass out
born underworld Slippery (Nuxx) [Radio Edit]
Van Morrison brown eyed girl

A 1978 group portrait of British punk rock band The Clash, LR Joe Strummer, Paul Simonon, Mick Jones, Nicky'Topper' Headon

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A 1978 group portrait of British punk rock band The Clash, LR Joe Strummer, Paul Simonon, Mick Jones, Nicky ‘Topper’ HeadonPhoto credit: Getty – Contributor

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