Label: Jumpin' & Pumpin'
Year: 1992

Why?: It struck an immediate chord with, well, everyone

While possibly the most club-ready tune in The Future Sound Of London's catalog, it's also one of the most instantly recognizable. Usually, you know a tune's good when every DJ and their grandmother is dropping it in their sets–that happened, but "Papua New Guinea" actually been remixed countless times, both legally and on some bootleg shit. It has elements that, even if you've not heard the original before, you've definitely heard referenced in a number of different tracks. It's like a classic film being translated for audiences across the globe to experience; you can't keep quality tracks for one group of music lovers. Truly timeless material.