Best tunes of the 2000's decade

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1 When You Were Young The Killers
2 Yellow Coldplay
3 Violet Hill Coldplay
4 Ёжик Da$ha
5 Are You Gonna Be My Girl Jet
6 Bliss Muse
7 Starlight Muse
8 Far Away Nickleback
9 Halo Beyonce Knowles
10 Makes Me Wonder Maroon 5
11 Life On Mars David Bowie
12 Smells Like Teen Spirit Nirvana
13 Miss Murder Afi
14 Jimmie Thing Dave Matthews Band
15 Sweet Child O’ Mine Guns N’ Roses
16 Show Don’t Tell Rush
17 Call Me When You’re Sober Evanescence
18 Going Under Evanescence
19 Sweet Sacrifice Evanescence
20 Immigration Song Led Zeppelin

Recent News:

Mike Watt firehose Reunion

Even though such tunes as “Epoxy, for Example” and “Herded into Pools” did not exactly do battle with “Smells Like Teen Spirit” and “Head Like A Hole” for radio airplay during the early Nineties alt-rock takeover, fIREHOSE was one of the hardest working live acts of the era, having launched 20 tours between 1986 and 1994. And in April, singer/guitarist Ed Crawford, bassist Mike Watt, and drummer George Hurley will be reuniting for their first live dates in nearly two decades.

Cult Return Intense Album

The Cult are set to release Choice of Weapon, their ninth studio album, on May 22nd. The record is their first full-length work in five years, though the band has kept active by putting out “capsules” of new songs and live recordings. Co-produced by Chris Goss (Queens of the Stone Age, U.N.K.L.E.) and longtime collaborator Bob Rock (Metallica, Aerosmith), Choice of Weapon was made in several studios, including the band’s own Witch Mountain as well as spots in New York City, Los Angeles and the California desert.