"Kiss Him for Me" by Siouxsie and the Banshees from their 1991 album Superstition
"Romeo" by Basement Jaxx from their 2002 album Rooty
"Jimmy" by M.I.A. from her 2007 album Kala
If you don't like Indian-styled music then be prepared becase I'm quite certain that it'll be popular this coming year. Any artist who is in need of attaching themselves to a trend to be cool will be releasing one with a crazy choreographed Bollywood routine to go with it. Fare warning. People will be acting like it's all new and sudden, but really it's been there for years. If Jay-Z was doing it years ago then it's not "new".
Here, for your viewing pleasre, are four Bollywood numbers that I really like, and ones that a lot of people would be familiar with in one way or another.
"Chaiyya Chaiyya" from Mani Ratnam's Dil Se, which was used in the opening credits of Spike Lee's Inside Man. The song was written by AR Rahman, the man responsible for Slumdog's music.
"Chamma Chamma" from Rajkumar Santoshi's China Gate, which was sampled by Baz Luhrmann in Moulin Rouge!
"Aaja Nachle" from Mira Nair's Monsoon Wedding
"Spectacular Spectacular" from Baz Luhmann's Moulin Rouge! (he was ahead of the trend, clearly)
And, well, here's Slumdog Millionaire's "Jai Ho" number just for kicks. It really is delightful in that pre-packaged sort of way. The clip is taken straight out of the movie so, considering it's performed over the closing credits, spoilers are within if you haven't seen the movie (and can't predict how it ends.)