Have you ever considered how many songs refer to food ? check out this list for the best ones.
Top 10 Songs For Your Consumption
10) Kate Nash - Pumpkin Soup. This was Nash's fourth single, Kate claims that the title has no correlation to the lyrics and was merely a working title she randomly created which stuck, despite her label's disapproval.
9) Coldplay - Strawberry Swing Frontman Chris Martin cites his mothers roots in Zimbabwe and a Delakota song as inspiration for this cheerful single. In the event of similarities, it's doubtful that Delakota will have the audacity to go to court though... and his mum's probably just too damn nice.
8) Jack Johnson - Banana Pancakes Originally written by Indian singer Alanna Palladino, Johnson has added his trademark Hawaiian surf twist to turn this into 3 minutes of relaxing by the waves.
7) The Clash - Koka Kola Koka Kola was originally released on the band's legendary album London Calling, which has since been done up and put out as an anniversary package. A rough, rehearsal recording named 'Koka Kola, Advertising & Kokaine' sees the light of day this time round, and is a gem for diehard fans.
6) Red Hot Chili Peppers - well....anything! These LA funk legends have been on indefinite hiatus since promoting their double album Stadium Arcadium, and have since pursued other projects. Drummer Chad Smith is involved in bizarrely named supergroup Chickenfoot. It doesn't beat the bizarre line up of Thom Yorke's new band, featuring Flea on bass. It might work.
5) Bell X1 - Eve, The Apple Of My Eye Prior to their current line up, Bell X1 were known as Juniper, featuring current solo artist Damien Rice as frontman. The band split with Rice, due to various feuds including the choice of packaging their record would be released in. Damien 'Diva' Rice wished it recycled, the others didn't care. Ridiculous.
4) Jesus & Mary Chain - Just Like Honey Formed back in 1983, the band are fronted by two brothers. Notorious for violence at their live shows, as well as often sexually ambiguous lyrics, the band are hardly... nice. You'd bet their mother is proud of them.
3) Radiohead - Bangers & Mash Alongside the 'pay-whatever-you-like' release of In Rainbows was the deluxe disc version, which did have a fixed price tag. Featuring tracks like Bangers & Mash, this is money well spent.
2) Brand New - Fork & Knife This download-only single bridged the gap for fans between their previous work and new album Daisy. As a piano driven track, it fails to foreshadow the fuzzy chaos of the fantastic follow up, but is still brilliant all the same.
1) Art Brut - DC Comics & Chocolate Milkshake Art Brut have yet to lose their pop humour shine, with another tale from Eddie Argos that will effortlessly leave you in giggles, sharing how he still finds comfort in his childhood traits of reading comics. To this day he writes his own - 'The Weekly Adventures of Lex Steele'.
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