Campaign 2014 will be remembered as the time that the internet exploded with music. It wasn't just political parties that put out tunes to entice voters. Their supporters chipped in too. Some recorded songs on their cellphones and uploaded them to YouTube, while others used professional multi-camera set-ups.

Here is a round-up of some of the numbers that defined election 2014.

Ek Bharat Shreshth Bharat

This song, sung by Bollywood singer Sukhwinder Singh, came out at the start of the Bharatiya Janata Party's election campaign last year, with a focus on the massive statue of Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel that Modi aims to build in Gujarat. A few months later, the BJP also roped in singer Udit Narayan to belt out another track, Modi Aane Wala Hai, which features images of desperate citizens clinging to the hope of Modi.

The NaMo Youth Anthem

When this rap went viral in October 2013, many people had trouble figuring out if it was a genuine fan song or a spoof.

Har Ghar Modi

This song, in the vein of a Hindu hymn, courted controversy among the priests of Varanasi, but was a hit at every major Modi rally. It describes Modi as the pride of “Bharat Maa”, envisions “bullet trains” on every rail route and, while asserting that the nation demands development, shows  footage of factories spewing out thick clouds of smoke.

Modi, A Message to You

As cyberspace was flooded with dozens of songs listing exactly why Narendra Modi should become India's prime minister, Delhi band The Ska Vengers wasn't sure that this was a good idea.

Man se hai Mulayam

No one could have imagined an adaptation of Billy Joel’s cult song We Didn’t Start the Fire coming from the Samajwadi Party. Mulayam Singh Yadav is described as being “soft on the inside, with a resolve of iron”.

Aam Aadmi Aaye Hai

The Aam Aadmi Party managed to drum up this feel-good song, by Deepak Rathore Swastik, that takes a dig at both the Congress and the BJP.

Listen to these songs as a single playlist on our YouTube channel.