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10 tracks to mark... World No Tobacco Day

SMOKERS across the globe will be encouraged to give up their cigarettes on Saturday for World No Tobacco Day.

To mark the day, here are 10 tracks to help you kick the smoking habit.

Stop

Spice Girls

Appearing on the group's 1997 album Spice World, this track was written and recorded during filming for the quintet's film of the same name. It was the last song released by the group before Geri Halliwell's departure.

Make it Easy on Yourself

Walker Brothers

Written by Burt Bacharach and Hal David, this track was a hit first for Jerry Butler in 1962. The Walker Brothers version was released in 1965 and reached number 16 in the Hot 100 chart.

No More

Gorgon City

This track by the English electronic music production duo features Liv. The pair are best known for their 2013 single Real, which peaked at 44 in the UK Singles Chart, and 2014's Ready for your Love.

Breaking the Habit

Linkin Park

Released as the final single from their second album Meteora, the lyrics for this track are about drug addiction. Singer Chester Bennington found the song so emotional that he struggled to perform it live for a year.

Brand New Start

Paul Weller

This track appeared on Weller's second live album, Days of Speed. The songs on the album, which was released in October 2001, were performed and recorded at various venues across Europe.

You Can Do It

No Doubt

Written by Gwen Stefani, Eric Stefani, Tom Dumont and Tony Kanal, this track appeared on the band's third studio album, Tragic Kingdom. It is the last album to feature keyboardist Eric Stefani.

Give It Up

KC & the Sunshine Band

Released in 1984, this track was a comeback hit for the band in America, peaking at 18. It reached number one in the UK in 1983 and went on to become the 18th best-selling single of that year.

Breathe Easy

Blue

Appearing on the band's third album Guilty, this track was written by Lars Halvor Jensen, Martin Michael Larsson and Lee Ryan. It was released in 2004 and reached number four in the UK charts.

Live your Life

T.I. featuring Rihanna

Taken from his sixth studio album Paper Trail, this track is about T.I.'s rise to fame and optimism about the future. It also includes a dedication to American troops fighting in Iraq and Afghanistan.

Keep it Healthy

Warpaint

This track is taken from the eponymous second studio album by the American indie rock band. The album was released on Rough Trade Records in 2014 and produced by Flood and Warpaint.

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