The 100 best London songs

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Time Out's team of experts celebrate the city's finest moments on record

Browse the full list below, click on each song to read more and tell us what you think in the comments.

70-61

  • 70

    ‘Memories Of 3rd Base’ – Skream (2009)

    Dubstep’s notional anthem

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  • 69

    ‘Hong Kong Garden’ – Siouxsie And The Banshees (1978)

    Mini-drama set in a suburban takeaway

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  • 68

    ‘Gertcha!’ – Chas & Dave (1979)

    Punk rock, cockernee style, by the popular knees-up duo

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  • 67

    ‘I Was There (At The Coronation)’ – Young Tiger (1953)

    Calypso tribute to Liz’s big day from a wide-eyed new arrival

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  • 66

    ‘Northern Line’ – LV feat. Joshua Idehen (2011)

    Dubstep dudes’ ode to the tube

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  • 65

    ‘22 Grand Job’ – The Rakes (2005)

    The first rung on the London ladder anthem

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  • 64

    ‘Has It Come to This?’ – The Streets (2001)

    London’s city streets seen through a new lens

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  • 63

    ‘Bow E3’ – Wiley (2007)

    Postcode big ups from Eski-Boy

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  • 62

    ‘Sunny Goodge Street’ – Donovan (1965)

    Central London’s unlikely counter-cultural hotspot

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  • 61

    ‘The Underground Train’ – Lord Kitchener (1950)

    This is the age of the tube

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