This entry was posted by Ramona & Isabella on December 30, 2017 at 1:17 pm
Following on from an amazing year 1999, the year 2000 had a lot to live up to when it came to music but it did not disappoint 🙂
god everything is mass produced and shoved up our asses nowadays…. I’m
just glad I’m old enough to know the world I’m living in sucks compared to
how it used to be
Anybody have the time to put these in a YouTube playlist? I would greatly
appreciate it and would award you with 4 whole internets.
The year of Napster… look at the industry fall apart overnight
…When hits actually sounded good.
This reminded me just how shitty pop music was in 2000.
music was so much higher quality back in the day :
The kind of music that just didn’t make you move, but gave you goose bumps
the first time you heard them on the radio.
tl;dr people used to put effort into making music
Wow. I was alive in 2000, but from that list I recognize only three songs
and watched only one of the videos. What the hell drugs was I on back then?
The 11 year old me knew all the lyrics.
It’s weird. Around this time, when you looked at stuff from the 90’s, you
could see it was dated and you thought when you looked back at the 2000’s,
it’d always look the same. That’s clearly not right now.
everything here’s shit except Aaliyah. rest in peace
Who knew Sacha Baron Cohen was friends with Madonna..
360p..I don’t miss the old days
Filter, Third Eye Blind and Blink 182. Fuck yes!
Everything after Vertical Horizon (1:44) until Nine Days (7:44) sounds the
Wow, all of these came out when I was 5 years old. The craziest thing is, I
can’t remember the lyrics to 90% of them, but I immediately recognize these
I wonder what that means for how humans develop language.
Makes me wonder wtf happened to Britney. She looked great in her youth.
Pre Hipster was good. Toni Braxton has the sexiest voice
Even the shitpop was bearable back then…
Bubblegum R&B, watered-down alternative rock, synchronized dancing, frosted
tips and white pants. Lots of fucking white pants. It’s amazing what one
year and a single terrorist attack can do to pop culture.
the memories… this video did remind me how FUCKING MIND BLOWINGLY HOT
Christina Aguleria is. some of the music back then was good, i think the
argument could be made that more effort is put into the words in most songs
from back in the day compared to now days. perhaps also that the singers
who “made it” had more talent than some of the singers we have today but
the audio processing and auto tune has made the ability to sing a back seat
“Take a Picture” is the jam.
Thank god for Blink 182, saving this list
WOW unbelievable, its been 14 years of crappy music already. When is it
going to end??
like this if you’re old and stupid because you recognise this as music to
be nostalgic about and worth remembering
Can’t wait for the next one! I have had such a fun trip down memory lane
this morning! :D
lol oh shit its Ali G in a Madonna video
Wow… turns out the music of my teenage years sucked.
You guys do realize you sound exactly like your own parents most likely ?
And please as if the majority of the songs in this video weren’t mass
produced generic pop bullshit… you really need to be naive to believe
Granted it’s still miles better then the generic Bieber shit…
Fuckin’ A, I recognize every single last one of these songs. High school…
listening to the Top 40 radio… nostalgia. It’s weird, because I really
like who I am now, more than I did back then. But the feeling I get is that
I want to go back and do it over again, differently. Maybe I should think
about how I’ll feel 14 years from now, and use this as my chance to “do it
over again” right now.
“Music was so much better back then” Are you kidding me?! Pretty much all
of this is trash. Nostalgia is playing with your head. Good and bad music
isn’t dependant on time, (unless you like a specific genre that was popular
at a certain time). Plenty of good music out in 2000. None of it shown here
D’aww, Aaliyah. :(
God. Most of these songs remind me of every horrible day I worked at Subway
during the summer of 2001. I was 17.
This filters out much of the terrible, bland music from the year, of which
there is plenty. That’s pretty much how nostalgia works, so I’m just
reminding everyone not too judge the present music scene so harshly, in
10-20 years we will most likely look back fondly at (some) of the hit songs
of today. This is partly due to the fact that we will forget the
forgettable, and will have had some time away from oversaturated radio
play. That being said, objectively I do prefer these songs (I have a
penchant for cheesiness, which seems to be less prevalent now).
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