You know how much I list. A couple of posts ago, I posted the songs that Rolling Stone list — Songs You Can’t Even Believe Are 20 Years Old. So here is another list from Rolling Stone magazine.
10 Songs You Can’t Even Believe Are 10 Years Old
By Pat Pemberton | Rolling Stone – July 8, 2013
In 2003, American troops invaded Iraq, action star Arnold Schwarzenegger became governor of Kahleefawnia, and two former American Idol contestants released soon-to-be hit records in the same week. (Has it really been a decade since we first heard the name Clay Aiken?) If it seems like these 10 songs – among the most popular in 2003 – are still new, you might be stuck in a time warp. Or maybe you just stopped caring after grunge died.
“Rock Your Body” by Justin Timberlake
“Beautiful” by Christina Aguilera
“In Da Club” by 50 Cent
“The Game of Love” by Santana, featuring Michelle Branch
“Travelin’ Soldier” by the Dixie Chicks
“Jenny From the Block” by Jennifer Lopez
“Clocks” by Coldplay
“Hey Ya” by Outkast
“Seven Nation Army” by the White Stripes
“Where Is the Love?” by Black Eyed Peas
This article originally appeared on Rolling Stone: 10 Songs You Can’t Even Believe Are 10 Years Old
I have all of these songs in my iTunes library. The ones that I listen to on a semi-regular basis are “Hey Ya”, “Seven Nation Army” and “Where Is the Love?”. It’s hard to believe that these songs are 10 years old. I don’t think any of the songs listed sound dated. You know how some songs that were popular back in the day, just sound so funny if you played them now. Like the 1974 song “The Streak” by Ray Stevens. Oh, dear Lord, could you image singing that song today? Try it, I dare you!