"Ho Hey" is a song by American folk rock band The Lumineers. It was released in June 4, 2012 as the lead single from their debut self-titled studio album. The music video was also released on March 11, 2012. "Ho Hey" has reached number #3 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart, becoming their first single to do so, as well as their first Top 5 single. It is also their first single to reach Platinum status in the US.
Rolling Stone named the song the 26th best song of 2012.
"Celebrity Skin" is the tenth single by American alternative rock band Hole, released on September 1, 1998 by Geffen Records. It is the debut single from their third studio album of the same name and is Hole's most commercially successful single, being the only one to reach #1 on the Modern Rock Tracks chart. In October 2011, NME placed it at number 126 on its list "150 Best Tracks of the Past 15 Years".
"If You Tolerate This Your Children Will Be Next" is a single by Welsh alternative rock band Manic Street Preachers. It was released on 24 August 1998, through Epic Records as the first single from their fifth studio album This Is My Truth Tell Me Yours.
"Lump" is a song by alternative rock band The Presidents of the United States of America. It was released in 1995 and featured on their self-titled debut album. The song reached #1 on Billboard's Modern Rock Tracks chart in 1995. Later in the same year, it debuted on the Album Rock Tracks chart, and went on to hit #7.
"Alright" is a song by British alternative rock band Supergrass. It was released with "Time" as a double A-side single from their debut album I Should Coco on 3 July 1995. The song is featured in the films Clueless, The Men Who Stare at Goats, Astro Boy, High Lane (2009), The Pirates! In an Adventure with Scientists! as well as in Intel's Pentium TV advertisements.
"Alright" was the fifth single to be released from I Should Coco. While "Caught by the Fuzz", "Mansize Rooster", "Lose It", and "Lenny" all charted (with "Lenny" even scraping the Top Ten in the UK Singles Chart) and were warmly received by the critics, it was "Alright/Time" – the final release from the album – which proved to be their breakthrough single, largely due to the popularity of the song "Alright", which still receives airplay in the UK. "Alright/Time" reached #2 in the UK Singles Chart, making it Supergrass' highest charting single to date, along with "Richard III". It remained in the top 3 for a month. In a 1999 interview, Coombes joked "We don't play 'Alright' anymore. We should play it in a minor key, and in the past tense."
"Lit Up" is the debut single by American hard rock band Buckcherry, taken from their self-titled debut album.
The song reached the #1 spot in mid-1999 on the Mainstream Rock Tracks for three weeks and #33 on the Modern Rock Tracks. Despite its rock success, it failed to chart on the Billboard Hot 100. It was ranked #98 on VH1's list of the 100 Greatest Hard Rock Songs in December, 2008/January, 2009.