Compiled by PPL the organisation that monitors all recorded music plays in the UK, not just on radio and TV, but in cinemas, clubs, pubs, restaurants, gyms and even karaoke bars , these songs have soundtracked our lives over the last ten years. There are plenty more surprises in store. See the top 10 below and find the rest of the chart elsewhere on this page. Nashville rockers Kings of Leon truly broke into the mainstream with 'Sex on Fire', although the song only charted as high as No. The track title doesn't mean anything, according to frontman Caleb Followill — it was just a running joke they had while making it in the studio. Did you know?
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This is a listing of Billboard Hot chart achievements by decade. A decade for these achievements is defined as ten-year periods from years ending in '0' through years ending in '9'. Since the Hot was first published in Billboard magazine in the issue dated August 4, , the first decade of chart achievements ranges from that first issue through the last issue of The following artists topped the Hot for the highest cumulative number of weeks during the s. The following artists achieved three or more number-one singles during the s. A number of artists had number-one singles on their own as well as part of a collaboration. Some totals include, in part or whole, weeks spent at number one as part of a collaboration. Source:                  .
Another decade has come and gone, giving us an excuse to look back at the songs that defined the last 10 years. We've gone back through the '10s to rank our favourite singles from to Are your top choices in our list? Here goes Danish pop band Lukas Graham became a one-hit-wonder in the UK in , when this reflective track reached number one. Singer Lukas Forchhammer described the song as being about his life up to that point, and what he hopes to achieve in the future. He said the reason the lyrics only go as far as the age of 60, is because his father died at 61, and he needed to "pass it to believe it.