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Gird your loins for NME The Album 2009

How do you make sense of a whole year’s worth of music? A whole year’s worth of new bands, new tracks, and new releases from all the worlds hottest acts. Well, you should look no further than NME The Album 2009...a guided tour through the coolest breakthrough acts and the bands that you need to hear. Exactly as you’d expect from the pioneers of all things cool, The NME has its finger on the pulse so you don’t have to, presenting an eclectic mix of the hottest bands in Rock and Indie.

Spanning two spectacular CDs, NME has sifted through the trash and put together a compilation jam packed with all the biggest names of 2009. CD1 boasts tracks from Muse with their spectacular come back single ‘Uprising’, Kasabian with the huge ‘Fire’ and the stunning indie-electro crossover ‘Zero’ by the Yeah Yeah Yeah’s. Meanwhile, CD2 combines the stunning ‘That Golden Rule’ by Biffy Clyro, Green Day with their huge ‘Know Your Enemy’ and a plethora of new and exciting Brit-talent from the likes of Wild Beasts, Dananananackroyd and The Horrors.


1. Muse – Uprising
2. Kasabian - Fire
3. Friendly Fires – Kiss Of Life
4. Temper Trap – Sweet Disposition
5. Yeah Yeah Yeahs – Zero
6. Jamie T – Sticks & Stones
7. The Big Pink – Dominos
8. Maximo Park – In Another World
9. The Enemy – Be Somebody
10. Franz Ferdinand – Ulyesses
11. White Lies – Death
12. Passion Pit – The Reeling
13. The Maccabees – No Kind Words
14. Gossip – Love Long Distance
15. Jack Penate – Tonight’s Today
16. Peter Doherty – Last Of The English Roses
17. Esser - Headlock
18. The Virgins – Private Affair
19. The Cribs – Cheat On Me
20. Gallows – I Dread The Night

1. Biffy Clyro – That Golden Rule
2. Paramore – Ignorance
3. Green Day – Know Your Enemy
4. The Prodigy – Warrior Dance
5. Enter Shikari – No Sleep Tonight
6. The Horrors – Who Can Say
7. The View – 5 Rebeccas
8. Ian Brown - Stellify
9. Bombay Bicycle Club – The Hill
10. Howling Bells – Into The Chaos
11. Little Boots – Remedy
12. Marmaduke Duke – Je Suis Un Funky Homme
13. Marina & The Diamonds – Obsessions
14. Animal Collective – My Girls
15. Danananananakroyd – Back Wax
16. Golden Silvers – Please Venus
17. Phoenix – 1901
18. Manic Street Preachers – Peeled Apples
19. Graham Coxon – Dead Bees
20. Glasvegas – Flowers & Football Tops

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