Premier League mark landmark with 25 Seasons Playlist

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To celebrate 25 years of the Premier League, Shoot Music has helped launch the Official 25 Seasons Playlist, exclusively via Spotify.

The soundtrack, featuring 79 releases from 1992-2017, will bring all the memories of great goals and unique moments flooding back, with each being synonymous with a period in the last quarter of a century of top-flight football.

An eclectic mix of many fan favourites since the Premier League kicked off its first season in 1992, 25 Seasons includes tracks from artists such as Robbie Williams, Oasis, U2, Kasabian, Fatboy Slim, Bobby Brown, Arctic Monkeys & more.

#PLM25 joins fellow Premier League Playlists, Premier League Music and Fantasy Premier League, both of which launched prior to the 2017/18 season, truly bring music and the beautiful game closer together.

The first ball in the Premier League was kicked on August 15, 1992, with Brian Deane scoring the division’s first ever goal as Sheffield United defeated eventual, and now 13-time champions, Manchester United.

Overall, four clubs have held the famous trophy with Arsenal (1998, 2002, 2004), Blackburn Rovers (1995), Chelsea (2005, 2006, 2010, 2015, 2017) and Leicester City (2016) all being crowned kings of England in the world’s best league.

Premier League Music: 25 Seasons

1992/93
Rhythm Is A Dancer – Snap
Alive & Kicking – Simple Minds
The Life Of Riley – The Lightning Seeds
No Limit – 2 Unlimited

1993/94
Creep – Radiohead
Movin On Up – M People
Things Can Only Get Better – D:Ream

1994/95
Parklife – Blur
Two Can Play At That Game – Bobby Brown
Live Forever – Oasis

1995/96
Ready To Go – Republica
Country House – Blur
Don’t Look Back In Anger – Oasis

1996/97
Virtual Insanity – Jamiroquai
Ready Or Not – The Fugees
Desire – Gala

1997/98
Tubthumping – Chumbawamba
Carnaval de Paris – Dario G
Let Me Entertain You – Robbie Williams

1998/99
If You Tolerate This Your Children Will Be Next – Manic Street Preachers
Praise You – Fatboy Slim
Fly Away – Lenny Kravitz

1999/00
Keep On Movin – Five
Moving Too Fast – Artful Dodger feat Romina Johnson
Why Does It Always Rain On Me – Travis

2000/01
Beautiful Day – U2
Lovin’ Each Day – Ronan Keating
Gotta Get Through This – Daniel Bedingfield

2001/02
Butterfly – Crazy Town
Bohemian Like You – The Dandy Warhols
Clint Eastwood – Gorillaz

2002/03
Lose Yourself – Eminem
The Scientist – Coldplay
Starry Eyed Surprise – Paul Oakenfold

2003/04
Seven Nation Army – White Stripes
Take Me Out – Franz Ferdinand
Club Foot – Kasabian

2004/05
Izzo/In The End – Jay Z
A Little Less Conversation – Elvis vs JXL
Dakota – Stereophonics

2005/06
Fire – Lethal Bizzle
No Tomorrrow – Orson
Crazy – Gnarls Barkley

2006/07
Ruby – Kaiser Chiefs
Chelsea Dagger Fratellis
I Bet You Look Good On The Dancefloor – Arctic Monkeys

2007/08
Stronger – Kanye West
Rule The World – Take That
Propane Nightmares Pendulum

2008/09
Love Is Noise – The Verve
Omen – The Prodigy
Don’t Upset The Rhythm – Noisettes

2009/10
Uprising – Muse
Sweet Disposition – Temper Trap
Absurd – Fluke

2010/11
Radioactive – Kings Of Leon
Gold Dust – DJ Fresh
Written in the Stars – Tinie Tempah

2011/12
AKA… What a Life! – Noel Gallagher
Feel So Close – Calvin Harris
Hot Right Now – DJ Fresh featuring Rita Ora

2012/13
Don’t You Worry Child – Swedish House Mafia
Hall Of Fame – The Script
Can’t Hold Us – Macklemore

2013/14
Control – Matrix & Futurebound
Welcome To The Jungle – Neon Jungle
Summer – Calvin Harris

2014/15
Boom Clap – Charlie XCX
King – Years And Years
Go – Chemical Brothers

2015/16
Higher – Sigma featuring Labrinth
Turn The Music Louder (Rumble) – KDA
Believe – Mumford and Sons

2016/17
Light it Up – Major Lazer
Something Just Like This – Chainsmokers/Coldplay
Shape Of You – Ed Sheeran
Love Me More – Chase & Status / Emeli Sande
Power – Little Mix featuring Stormzy

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