Tuned-On! Top 300 of the 2000’s, Part 4 (150-101)

As the numbers get smaller, so the songs begin to be increasingly difficult to talk about without going into many superlatives, so I will probably save those for the Top 50 or so.   When I look at this group of 50 songs, I see mainly songs that energize me or affect me emotionally.  So for every rave up that is Madonna’s “Sorry” or George Acosta’s remix of “Just Another Day” or Nadia Ali’s “Love Story” or Ricky Martin’s “She Bangs” or Alex Gaudino & Crystal Waters’ “Destination Calabria”, there is JC Chasez’s totally underrated and hurtin’ “Until Yesterday”, Stabilo’s almost-sinister “Flawed Design”, Darren Hayes’ very dark “I Like The Way”, Mary J. Blige & The Game’s heartfelt mashup “MJB Da MVP”, the emotions-run-wild in Mika’s “We Are Golden”, Florence & The Machine’s gothic “Rabbit Heart”, and the teen love’s growing pains in David Archuleta’s “Crush”.  Don’t discount the fabulous one-off’s that are “Jerk It Out” by The Caesars or “Summer Jam” by The Underdog Project either!

This will be my last update of this list until after December 29.  I’ll be away after Christmas for a few days but may blog about this and that if I have time.  Merry Christmas to all who celebrate it!

You can find the updated list right here – don’t forget to leave your comments!

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  1. loved your objectivity and how you are opened to everything
    i only have one side note until yesterday is unreleased !
    i like it and all but it can’t be there i mean maybe he will release it in the next decade who knows ?! , you can replace it with build my world oh god i can’t believe this song didnt make him big music business is mystery

    • Hi Blaire! Thanks for the reply and the observation. The songs on my personal chart or on my lists do not require a formal release. That Until Yesterday was made available online was sufficient. On my current chart, there are several songs made available by the artists themselves for free and may have a concurrent official release. I completely agree with you that Until Yesterday should have been massive (his friend Justin Timberlake I believe co-wrote and produced it). JC is an underrated talent and I have totally enjoyed his other work with Basement Jaxx and BT, songs by both of whom appear on my Top 300. Cheers!


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