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Top 20 Songs From The 20s You Definitely Love To Listen

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Hello guys, are you looking for the top songs from the 20s? So you are at the right place, here I am going to discuss top 20 songs from the 20s you definitely love to listen to.

When you scroll up the page, you will see the best songs that came out between 2000 and 2009 that deserve to be appreciated once more. So, this list starts with the songs includes “Take Me Out,” “Ocean Avenue” to “American Boy”, “Someone to Call My Lover”, “Gotta Get Thru This”, “Maneater,” & “Wherever You Will Go”,

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Top 20 Songs From The 20s You Definitely Love It

1 – Franz Ferdinand – Take Me Out 

The track, “Take Me Out” is released by Scottish indie rock band Franz Ferdinand, marked as the second single from their eponymous debut studio album in the United Kingdom on 12 January 2004 and in the United States on 12 April 2004, both via Domino Records.

In November 2004, the track was certified Gold by the Recording Industry Association of America & voted the best single of 2004 by The Village Voice Pazz & Jop poll. One of the Top 20 Songs From The 20s.

  • Artist: Franz Ferdinand
  • Album: Franz Ferdinand
  • Genres: Alternative/Indie, Pop, Rock
  • Nominations: Grammy Award for Best Music Video, MORE
  • Awards: Danish Music Award for International Hit of the Year, MORE

2 – Yellowcard – Ocean Avenue

The track, “Ocean Avenue” is the track by American rock band Yellowcard, released to radio on December 15, 2003, and marks the second single from the band’s fourth studio album of the same name (2003). It was certified double platinum by the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA).

  • Released – December 15, 2003
  • Studio – Sunset Sound (Hollywood, California)
  • Genre – Pop punk, alternative rock
  • Label – Capitol, Parlophone (UK)
  • Producer – Neal Avron

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3 – Wolfmother – Woman 

The track, “Woman” released by Australian rock band Wolfmother in 2004 from their debut EP Wolfmother. In 2007, it won the award for Best Hard Rock Performance at the 49th Annual Grammy Awards. One of the Top 20 Songs From The 20s.

The song evolved into a huge hit on rock radio during the summer of 2006 in the United States, peaking at number 7 on the Billboard Mainstream Rock Tracks chart and number 10 on the Modern Rock Tracks chart.

  • Artist: Wolfmother
  • Album: Wolfmother
  • Released: 2005

4 – Estelle – American Boy [Feat. Kanye West]

“American Boy” is a song released by British singer and rapper Estelle & features vocals from US rapper Kanye West via Atlantic Records as the album’s second single on 31 March 2008.

The music video, featuring a medley of celebrity guests, earned a Video Music Award nomination for Best UK Video. Estelle and West performed the song at the 2008 MTV Europe Music Awards and 2008 Grammy Awards.

  • Artist: Estelle
  • Featured artist: Ye
  • Album: Shine
  • Released: 2008
  • Genre: R&B/Soul
  • Nominations: Grammy Award for Best Melodic Rap Performance, MORE

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5 – Janet Jackson – Someone To Call My Lover

“Someone to Call My Lover” is a song by American singer-songwriter Janet Jackson from her seventh studio album, All for You, released as the album’s second track on June 12, 2001, by Virgin Records. One of the Top 20 Songs From The 20s.

The song was a success on the charts, reaching number three on the US Billboard Hot 100 while peaking at number nine in Canada and in the top twenty in Australia, New Zealand, and the United Kingdom.

6 – Dirty Vegas – Days Go By

The song, “Days Go By” is the debut single of British electronic group Dirty Vegas, released in the United Kingdom on 7 May 2001. The song originally peaked at number 27 on the UK Singles Chart. In mid-2002, “Days Go By” became a US radio hit following its usage in a television advertisement for the 2003 Mitsubishi Eclipse and receiving the Grammy Award for Best Dance Recording in 2003.

  • Artist: Dirty Vegas
  • Album: Dirty Vegas
  • Released: 2002
  • Awards: Grammy Award for Best Dance/Electronic Recording
  • Genres: Alternative/Indie, R&B/Soul, Dance/Electronic, Pop
  • Nominations: Grammy Award for Best Dance/Electronic Recording, MORE

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7 – Staind – It’s Been Awhile

American rock band Staind released the track, “It’s Been Awhile” on March 27, 2001, & marked the lead single from their third studio album, Break the Cycle (2001). One of the Top 20 Songs From The 20s.

The song is Staind’s most flourishing and is their best-known song, becoming a fifth hit track on the Billboard Hot 100 in October 2001. Also, featured as a playable track on the Nintendo GameCube video game Donkey Konga 2.

8 – Kevin Rudolf – Let It Rock ft. Lil Wayne

American musician, Kevin Rudolf dropped this track, “Let It Rock” on July 29, 2008, & produced by Rudolf for his debut album, In the City, and features a verse from American rapper Lil Wayne.

In the U.S. and Canada, the song reached No. 5 on the Billboard Hot 100, number No. 6 on the Pop 100, and No. 2 on the Canadian Hot 100.

The single was also the official theme song for WWE’s 2009 Royal Rumble. It is also featured in the video games Madden NFL 11 and Guitar Hero Live.

  • Artist: Kevin Rudolf
  • Featured artist: Lil Wayne
  • Album: In the City
  • Released: 2008
  • Genres: Alternative/Indie, R&B/Soul, Dance/Electronic, Pop, Hip-Hop/Rap

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9 – Mandy Moore – Crush

American singer and actress, Mandy Moore released the track “Crush” from her second studio album, Mandy Moore (2001). It marks the album’s second single, following “In My Pocket”. It debuted at number thirty-five on the US Billboard Mainstream Top 40 chart, and number twenty-five in Australia. One of the Top 20 Songs From The 20s.

  • Artist: Mandy Moore
  • Album: Mandy Moore
  • Released: 2001

10 – Natasha Bedingfield – These Words

British singer-songwriter Natasha Bedingfield dropped “These Words” (also known as “These Words (I Love You, I Love You)”) on 16 August 2004. The track details Bedingfield’s lack of inspiration and her reaction to pressure from her record label to produce a hit song. It was certified platinum in the United States and Australia and was nominated for “Best British Single” at the 2005 BRIT Awards.

  • Released: 16 August 2004
  • Songwriter(s): Natasha Bedingfield; Steve Kipner; Andrew Frampton; Wayne Wilkins
  • B-side: “The One That Got Away”
  • Genre: Pop; R&B

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11 – Matchbox Twenty – Unwell

American alternative rock group, Matchbox Twenty released “Unwell” on February 3, 2003, which marks the second single from their third album, More Than You Think You Are (2002). The song was nominated for a Grammy Award in 2004 for Best Pop Performance by a Duo or Group with Vocal. One of the Top 20 Songs From The 20s.

  • Artist: Matchbox Twenty
  • Album: More Than You Think You Are
  • Released: 2002
  • Genres: Alternative/Indie, Pop

12 – Boys Like Girls – Hero/Heroine

Boys Like Girls dropped “Hero/Heroine”, from their eponymous debut album, initially released in October 2006 along with a music video. The song was certified gold by the RIAA in late January 2009.

  • Artist: Boys Like Girls
  • Album: Boys Like Girls
  • Released: 2006
  • Genres: Alternative/Indie, Punk

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13 – Daniel Bedingfield- Gotta Get Thru This

New Zealand-British singer, Daniel Bedingfield released “Gotta Get Thru This,” in November 2001, mark as the lead single from his debut studio album of the same name (2002).

The single became Britain’s sixteenth biggest-selling single in 2001 and has since been certified platinum. Also, it received a Grammy Award nomination for Best Dance Recording but lost to “Days Go By” by Dirty Vegas.

14 – Ashlee Simpson – Pieces Of Me

  • Artist: Ashlee Simpson
  • Album: Autobiography
  • Released: 2004
  • Genres: Alternative/Indie, Pop
  • Nominations: MTV Video Music Award for Best Pop Video, MTV Australia Award for Best Pop Video

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15 – Nelly Furtado – Maneater

Canadian singer, Nelly Furtado released “Maneater” from her third studio album, Loose (2006), written by Furtado, Jim Beanz, and its producers Timbaland, and Danja. One of the Top 20 Songs From The 20s. The song’s melodic style and production were inspired by the Hall & Oates song of the same name and other music from the 1980s.

  • Artist: Nelly Furtado
  • Album: Loose
  • Released: 2006

16 – Spice Girls – Holler

English girl group, the Spice Girls dropped “Holler” as one of the two songs selected as the lead track from their third studio album, Forever (2000), written by the Spice Girls, Rodney Jerkins, LaShawn Daniels, and Fred Jerkins III, with Jerkins also producing it.

  • Artist: Spice Girls
  • Album: Forever
  • Released: 2000

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17 – Akon – Lonely 

Senegalese-American singer, Akon released “Lonely,” on February 22, 2005. It seems on his debut album, Trouble. “Lonely” reached number one in several countries, including in the United Kingdom, Australia, and Germany, where it stayed for eight weeks.

  • Artist: Akon
  • Album: Trouble
  • Released: 2004

18 – Metro Station – Shake It

American pop band, Metro Station released “Shake It,” as the third song from the group’s 2007 self-titled debut studio album. The single was certified Gold by the RIAA on June 13, 2008, and later Platinum that year. One of the Top 20 Songs From The 20s.

  • Artist: Metro Station
  • Album: Metro Station
  • Released: 2007
  • Genres: Electronic dance music, Dance Pop

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19 – Michelle Branch – Everywhere

The track, “Everywhere” is a song by American singer, Michelle Branch, written by Branch and its producer, John Shanks, for her second album and major-label debut, The Spirit Room (2001). It is an upbeat pop-rock song with lyrics describing the early stages of love wherein the narrator is constantly reminded of their partner.

  • Artist: Michelle Branch
  • Album: The Spirit Room
  • Released: 2001
  • Awards: MTV Video Music Award for Viewer’s Choice
  • Genres: Alternative/Indie, R&B/Soul, Pop, UK R&B

20 – The Calling – Wherever You Will Go

American band, the Calling released this track “Wherever You Will Go,” on May 22, 2001, as the first single from their debut studio album, Camino Palmero (2001).

It stays their most renowned and their most successful hit, peaking at number five on the Billboard Hot 100 and topping the Adult Top 40 for 23 weeks, the second-longest-running number one in the chart’s history, behind “Smooth” by Santana and Rob Thomas.

  • Artist: The Calling
  • Album: Camino Palmero
  • Released: 2001
  • Genres: Post-grunge, Alternative/Indie