Dust off the old school tie and obscenely-baggy jeans and get practicing that iconic air guitar jump, because Busted are back.
Set to celebrate over 20 years in music, Charlie Simpson, James Bourne and Matt Willis have teased an exciting new announcement coming this week. And, while they're remained tight-lipped on exactly what said announcement entails, speculation of a reunion tour is rife.
So, ahead of the big reveal, we thought we'd better update Busted's Official biggest songs in the UK ever; from debut single What I Go to School For to their Thunderbirds theme and everything in between.
MORE: Explore Busted's complete Official Charts history
But, before we get to the full Top 10, let's take a closer look at the band's three biggest singles to date.
3. Crashed the Wedding
Official Chart peak: 1
Total UK chart units: 441,000
The group's second UK Number 1 single - and the lead track from second studio album A Present for Everyone - Crashed The Wedding boasts over 26 million streams in the UK to date.
Also, the music video gifted us Matt Willis in a wedding dress. For that, we're forever grateful.
2. What I Go to School For
Official Chart peak: 3
Total chart units: 493,000
Busted's debut single - the Number 3-peaking What I Go to School For - has racked up over 29 million streams in the UK to date.
Anyone know what Miss Mackenzie's up to these days?
1. Year 3000
Official Chart peak: 2
Total UK chart units: 1,001,000
Oh, of course. Reigning supreme as Busted's biggest UK single so far, Year 3000's accumulated over 1 million UK chart units to date. It's also the group's most-streamed single by quite a stretch, with in excess of 80 million UK streams to its name.
We'll allow you to fight amongst yourselves as to whose version's superior - the boys' or Jonas Brothers'...
Busted’s Official Top 10 Biggest Songs in the UK:
|2||WHAT I GO TO SCHOOL FOR||3|
|3||CRASHED THE WEDDING||1|
|4||THUNDERBIRDS ARE GO||1|
|6||SLEEPING WITH THE LIGHT ON||3|
|8||YOU SAID NO||1|
|10||ON WHAT YOU'RE ON||60|
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