10. Blur, "Coffee & TV"
Blur released their sixth album, 13, into a rapidly changing musical landscape. Acts as wildly different as Britney Spears, Eminem and Korn were dominating the charts, whereas Brit-pop already seemed a little dated. Meanwhile, the band was splintering apart because they couldn't agree on a musical direction, and Damon Albarn was laying the groundwork for his hugely successful side project Gorillaz. Graham Coxon wrote the standout track "Coffee & TV" about his attempt to kick his alcohol addiction by drinking coffee as he watched TV. He sang the song himself, and it sounds more like mid-1990s Blur than anything else on the album. It has become a fan favorite, and in some ways it marks the end of the entire Brit-pop era.