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    Quote Originally Posted by Sky is BLUE! View Post
    People who like to get their freak on
    That's something we can do with or without a mediocre R&B song playing in the background.
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    sheesh humans! for realz

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    Quote Originally Posted by A Schnitzel View Post
    The Missy Elliott song is the only one in the top 10 I haven't heard of.
    Of all those songs, you've never heard "Get Ur Freak On?"

    Glad to see Gnarls Barkley on there; "Crazy" was definitely a standout. And The Rapture only because "Don Gon Do It" is simply amazing.

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    In my opinion, only about 10% of music from the last decade is worth listening to.

    Hip/hop, rap, dance, pop, fruity emo love-music, I'm on a fucking boat music, etc etc, is all a bunch of shit that I don't waste my time with.

    but that's just my opinion! so don't let it get you all worked up you vulnerable fucks.

    Two thumbs up for Daft Punk!
    Is it that by its indefiniteness it shadows forth the heartless voids and immensities of the universe, and thus stabs us from behind with the thought of annihilation, when beholding the white depths of the milky way?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lauren Ashley View Post
    "Get Ur Freak On?" is simply amazing.
    Why are all the INFJs hitting on me?

    But yeah, now that I heard it I recognize it, but that one and animal collective were the least recognizable.
    Quote Originally Posted by prplchknz View Post
    sheesh humans! for realz

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    Quote Originally Posted by OneWithSoul View Post
    In my opinion, only about 10% of music from the last decade is worth listening to.

    Hip/hop, rap, dance, pop, fruity emo love-music, I'm on a fucking boat music, etc etc, is all a bunch of shit that I don't waste my time with.

    but that's just my opinion! so don't let it get you all worked up you vulnerable fucks.

    Two thumbs up for Daft Punk!
    Psh, nostalgist.

    + I think the 00's have a bad rep. Think about it, in the early-1970's, no one would have anticipated that 30 years from then, Led Zeppelin would be known as arguably the heaviest rock band of all time. History has taught as that in contemporary times, a lot of people don't value the modern amenities (such as music and film and art/entertainment in general) as much as they do with things that have had the time to swish around in our brains for the past 30 years and get so goddamn lovable.

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    I would have gone with "Rebellion (Lies)" from The Arcade Fire and "Gossip Folks" from Missy.
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    merc's hastily-thrown-together Top 10:

    10. "Relative Ways" - . . . And You Will Know Us by the Trail of Dead
    9. "Izzo (H.O.V.A.)" - Jay-Z
    8. "You Can Have It All" - Yo La Tengo
    7. "All My Friends" - LCD Soundsystem
    6. "Without Me" - Eminem
    5. "Do You Realize???" - Flaming Lips
    4. "There Goes the Fear" - Doves
    3. "Crazy" - Gnarls Barkley
    2. "Paper Planes" - M.I.A.
    1. "B.O.B." - OutKast


    I want to make a Top 20 now.
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    ^That sounds somewhat right.

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    Quote Originally Posted by pure_mercury View Post
    merc's hastily-thrown-together Top 10:

    10. "Relative Ways" - . . . And You Will Know Us by the Trail of Dead
    9. "Izzo" - Jay-Z
    8. "You Can Have It All" - Yo La Tengo
    7. "All My Friends" - LCD Soundsystem
    6. "Without Me" - Eminem
    5. "Do You Realize???" - Flaming Lips
    4. "There Goes the Fear" - Doves
    3. "Crazy" - Gnarls Barkley
    2. "Paper Planes" - M.I.A.
    1. "B.O.B." - OutKast


    I want to make a Top 20 now.
    I was wondering why "Izzo" wasn't on there...pretty sure it was released in the '00s.

    You should make a Top 20. I want to see what you come up with.

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    Quote Originally Posted by metaphours View Post
    ^That sounds somewhat right.
    Here are some more to fill out a Top 100:

    "NYC Cops" - The Strokes
    "Up the Bracket" - The Libertines
    "Seven Nation Army" - The White Stripes
    "What You Know" - T.I.
    "You Are My Face - Wilco
    "So Paranoid" - The Warlocks
    "The Greatest" - Cat Power
    "Oxford Comma" - Vampire Weekend
    "Prangin' Out" - The Streets
    "Tie Me Down" - Shack
    "Can't Get You Out of My Head" - Kyle Minogue
    "Afternoon Speaker" - The Sea and Cake
    "Remind Me" - Royksopp
    "Water" - The Roots
    "Portions for Foxes" - Rilo Kiley
    "Hard to Beat" - Hard-Fi
    "Kids" - MGMT
    "Move Your Feet" - Junior Senior
    "Good Dancers" - The Sleepy Jackson
    "Call on Me" - Eric Prydz
    "Tension Head" - Queens of the Stone Age
    "One More Time" - Daft Punk
    "Back in the Mud" - Bubba Sparxxx (no, really; listen to it)
    "Heimdalsgate Like a Promethean Curse" - Of Montreal
    "Welcome to the Black Parade" - My Chemical Romance
    "Idioteque" - Radiohead
    "The First of the Gang to Die" - Morrissey
    "We've Got Everything" - Modest Mouse
    "Since I Left You" - Avalanches
    "The Walk" - The Aislers Set
    "If Only" - Hanson (again, for real)
    "Song for Shelter" - Fatboy Slim
    "Gossip Folks" - Missy Elliott
    "Surfing on a Rocket" - Air
    "Rebellion (Lies)" - The Arcade Fire
    "Disillusion" - Badly Drawn Boy
    "Fight Test" - Flaming Lips
    "Secret for a Song" - Mercury Rev
    "1, 2, 3, 4" - Feist
    "Round Eye Blues" - Marah
    "Whatever Happened to My Rock N' Roll" - Black Rebel Motorcycle Club
    "Are You Down" - Lucinda Williams
    "21 Questions" - 50 Cent
    "Stronger" - Kanye West
    "You Are the Light" - Jens Lekman
    "Ready for the Floor" - Hot Chip
    "Don't Panic" - Coldplay
    "Pull Shapes" - The Pipettes
    "Jerk It Out" - Caesars
    "Stan" - Eminem
    "Anthem for a Seventeen-Year-Old Girl" - Broken Social Scene
    "Juxtaposed With U" - Super Furry Animals
    "Danger! High Voltage" - Electric Six (would have been the Single of 2003 if not for. . .)
    "Hey Ya!" - OutKast
    "We Want Fun" - Andrew W.K.
    "Rehab" - Amy Winehouse
    "Maps" - Yeah Yeah Yeahs
    "Feel Good Inc." - Gorillaz
    "Peacebone" - Animal Collective
    "When the Last Time" - Clipse
    "Was It a Crime?" - The French Kicks
    "Take Me Out" - Franz Ferdinand
    "Happy Birthday" - Clem Snide
    "Fresh Feeling" - eels
    "Astounded" - Bran Van 3000
    "PDA" - Interpol
    "What We Did Wrong" - Duels
    "The Rat" - The Walkmen
    "Stillness Is the Move" - Dirty Projectors
    "All You Need Is Hate" - The Delgados
    "Since U Been Gone" - Kelly Clarkson
    "New World" - Damon and Naomi
    "Feel the Love" - Cut Copy
    "7 Days" - Craig David
    "The Light" - Common
    "99 Problems" - Jay-Z
    "Crazy in Love" - Beyonce ft. Jay-Z
    "Umbrella" - Rihanna
    "Lean Back (Notorious B.I.G. Remix)" - Fat Joe ft. Notorious B.I.G.


    There are many more.
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