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40 years ago this week:

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Definitely not as good 20 years later.

1) Twista ft. Kanye West & Jamie Foxx - Slow Jamz
2) Usher ft. Lil Jon & Ludacris - Yeah!
3) Outkast ft. Sleepy Brown - The Way You Move
4) Beyonce - Me, Myself and I
5) Outkast - Hey Ya!
6) Alicia Keys - You Don't Know My Name
7) Cassidy ft. R. Kelly - Hotel
8) Nickelback - Someday
9) Ying Yang Twinz ft. Lil Jon - Salt Shaker
10) Rueben Studdard - Sorry
11) Chingy ft. J-Weav - One Call Away
12) Linkin Park - Numb
13) 3 Doors Down - Here Without You
14) No Doubt - It's My Life
15) Kanye West - Through The Wire
16) Eamon - Fuck It (I Don't Want You Back)
17) Ludacris - Splash Waterfalls
18) J-Kwon - Tipsy
19) Sheryl Crow - The First Cut Is The Deepest
20) Jay-Z - Dirt Off Your Shoulder
21) Baby Bash ft. Frankie J - Suga Suga
22) Britney Spears - Toxic
23) Jessica Simpson - With You
24) Dido - White Flag
25) Evanescence - My Immortal
26) Avant - Read Your Mind
27) Kelis - Milkshake
28) Nick Cannon ft. R. Kelly - Gigolo
29) Ludacris ft. Shawnna - Stand Up
30) Lil Jon & The East Side Boyz ft. Ying Yang Twinz - Get Low
31) Toby Keith - American Soldier
32) Alan Jackson - Remember When
33) Jagged Edge - Walked Outta Heaven
34) Tim McGraw - Watch The Wind Blow By
35) Matchbox Twenty - Unwell
36) R. Kelly - Step In The Name Of Love
37) Terri Clark - I Wanna Do It All
38) Youngbloodz ft. Lil Jon - Damn!
39) Simple Plan - Perfect
40) Brad Paisley - Little Moments
41) Westside Connection ft. Nate Dogg - Gangsta Nation
42) Beyonce ft. Sean Paul - Baby Boy
43) Kenny Chesney - There Goes My Life
44) Martina McBride - In My Daughter's Eyes
45) Juvenile ft. Mannie Fresh - In My Life
46) Janet Jackson - Just A Little While
47) Murphy Lee ft. Jermaine Dupree - Wat Da Hook Gon' Be
48) Sarah McLachlan - Fallen
49) Sean Paul ft. Sasha - I'm Still In Love With You
50) Young Gunz ft. Rell - No Better Love

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No Barry Manilow in that chart, so that's a positive.

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70 percent of the music I like is on this page :olol: It feels like I'm either listening to 1984 or 2004 these days.

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2004 had some good albums

El-P's High Water
Prince's Musicology
Bad Religion's The Empire Strikes First
Beastie Boys's To The Five Burroughs
Jadakiss's Kiss Of Death
Lil Wayne's Tha Carter
R. Kelly's Happy People
Twilight Singers' She Loves You
Social Distortions Sex, Love and Rock & Roll
Elliott Smith's From A Basement On A Hill
Eminem's Encore
Nas's Street Disciple

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William Hung also released his album in 2004.


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He was the most famous man in America for like a month.

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:olol: William Hung and Alan Jackson's Remember When really bring me back.

2004 was the first year of the millennium when I really got into music. I was a pissy teenager that didn't like new music.

Hot Fuss, Franz Ferdinand's self-titled album, and Good News For People Who Love Bad News were big for me because I didn't know anyone who listened to that kind of stuff. Then torrents got big and Oink/Waffles exposed me to lots of music. Last.fm and college helped too.

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Someone is popular in Australia.

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MTV's top 40 this week in 1995

1) TLC - Red Light Special
2) Live - Lightning Crashes
3) Boyz II Men - Thank You
4) The Notorious B.I.G. - Big Poppa
5) Sheryl Crow - Strong Enough
6) Green Day - When I Come Around
7) The Cranberries - Ode To My Family
8) Offspring - Gotta Get Away
9) Oasis - Live Forever
10) Soul For Real - Candy Rain
11) Hootie & The Blowfish - Hold My Hand
12) Dave Matthews Band - What Would You Say
13) Brandy - Baby
14) Bush - Everything Zen
15 Brownstone - If You Love Me
16) Tom Petty - You Wreck Me
17) Mary J. Blige - I'm Goin' Down
18) Dionne Farris - I Know
19) Rancid - Salvation
20) Sponge - Plowed
21) Duran Duran - White Lines
22) Van Halen - Can't Stop Lovin' You
23) Melissa Etheridge - If I Wanted To
24) Bad Religion - Infected
25) Letters To Cleo - Here & Now
26) Stone Roses - Love Spreads
27) Jeff Buckley - Last Goodbye
28) Collective Soul - Gel
29) Hole - Violet
30) Slash's Snakepit - Beggars & Hangers On
31) Adina Howard - Freak Like Me
32) Type O Negative - Black No. 1
33) Candlebox - Far Behind
34) Madonna - Take A Bow
35) Matthew Sweet - Sick Of Myself
36) Corrosion Of Conformity - Heal My Wounds
37) Nine Inch Nails - Hurt
38) Elastica - Connection
39) Aerosmith - Amazing
40) Megadeth - A Tout Le Monde

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There's some good stuff in that chart.

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The one thing that surprised me was Biggie was the only rapper on there that week. But "Dear Mama", " Keep Their Heads Ringin'" and "You're All I Need To Get By" were soon to be released a few weeks from then.

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