3 on the Billboard Hot 100. On their sophomore LP Seven years after "Should've Been a Cowboy," Toby Keith rebounded from a stretch of stalled singles and reclaimed his mid '90s dominance with a honky tonk send-off to the it-girl valedictorian who never gave him the time of day.

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Such was the case for her Before Cupcakke, before “My Neck, My Back,” and before the advent of iTunes and streaming services made FCC radio standards more or less obsolete, there was “F--k the Pain Away,” a song so proudly explicit that it became something of a proto-meme.

And the ladies related: by Y2K’s end, “Case of the Ex” leaped to No.

I Wanna Know - Joe ; 5. This femme-forward approach is highlighted by the finale of the music video -- which, from the styling to the Y2K-futurist lighting and set design, could not be more 2000. 2 on the Billboard Hot 100. 1 on “One Armed Scissor” is full of dissonance -- whether it’s Cedric Bixler-Zavala’s sometimes-barked vocals and its juxtaposition against Jim Ward’s Warped Tour-ready chorus howl, its jarring time signature changes, Ward and Omar Rodriguez-Lopez’s snaking guitar riffs, or its hair-raising refrain of “Though Ja Rule and Vita left their handprints on the In the bleak, aggressively macho hip-hop landscape of the early '00s, Common followed his own luminescence. 1 on the Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs chart, also reaching No. That wasn’t the case, of course, but P!nk made it clear that she’d never fit into the bubblegum-pop mold of Y2K and beyond. The side project of Front Line Assembly’s Bill Leeb and Rhys Fulber reached new heights with McLachlan’s pipes on “Silence,” combining her dreamy vocals with Gregorian chants and a catchy beat. For starters, Sisqo was singing about thongs -- with a passion usually reserved in R&B for love and vengeance. "Give me back my fantasies and the courage I need to live," the group expresses in the heartfelt lyrics. 3 on The video for “Untitled” provoked a collective swoon heard around the country -- thanks to D’Angelo’s lean, muscled torso and teasing camera shots that lingered near the singer-songwriter’s equally chiseled nether region. As long as there are around, women will be at the ready to question their sudden change. 21 peak barely edged out the highest ranking for American Idol winner Lee DeWyze’s With its shimmying, infectious beat and playful verses from Jay-Z, “I Just Wanna Love U” became the rapper’s first No.

How many licks does it take to get to the center of a Tootsie Pop? In 2000, Rob Marciano returned the favor and swung for the fences with his war-ready single "Whoa!" The companion site chart2000.com provides an alternative set of charts of the top songs and albums of 2000. -- Savage Garden was one of those bands that seemed disproportionately popular in Southeast Asia (see also: Westlife). That’s because In life, there are a handful of questions that humanity has struggled to definitively answer: did the chicken or the egg come first? The winding down of '90s-inspired culture was not half-bad.If there was one major new release of the month, it had to be You may remember S Club 7's hit songs "S Club Party" and "Reach."

Well, even the Backstreet Boys couldn’t best the magic of “I Want It That Way,” but they came pretty close to matching it with the lead single from their third LP, If ringtones weren't going to be a thing in the 2000s, they would've had to invent them just for the synth hook to "Better Off Alone"; the "(I Can't Get No) Satisfaction" of turn-of-the-millennium electro-pop.

Arguably their best LP, Stankonia, scored 5 mics in The Source and spawned three of the year's most popular songs: the ferocious "B.O.B.," the swaggerlicious "So Fresh, So Clean," and this here baby-mama-drama anthem "Ms. 100 Best Songs of the 2000s From Beyonce and Lady Gaga to Radiohead and Kanye West, these are the best songs from the first decade of the 21st Century

So, let's forget about everything that happened this year (as I'm sure most us would like to) and throw things back to November 2000.

The song was patently massive -- it peaked at No. Linking to these websites does not constitute an endorsement by Music Outfitters or any of its employees. This super-powered pop smash was the first single from *NSYNC's landmark sophomore album The thing that endures about the song is that repetitive earworm of a chorus -- "It ain't no lie/ Baby, bye, bye, bye" -- and its accompanying triple-hop dance, made famous in the quintet's iconic big-budget  13 on the Hot 100 chart, but has remained a charming staple of adult contemporary radio for decades. And the music industry flipped into a whole new perspective between January 2000 and January 2001. The only radio hit off the landmark The theme song to a movie no teen's parents really wanted them to see, "Can't Fight the Moonlight" boasts a sing-it-to-the-constellation chorus courtesy of widescreen song-scribe Diane Warren, and scuzz-lite production from studio vet/Buggles frontman Trevor Horn.