The rest of the list is like one awesome trip down the musty annals of pop culture: There’s Crazy Town’s “Butterfly,” Macy Gray’s “I Try,” D4L’s “Laffy Taffy,” Eiffel 65’s “Blue (Da Ba Dee),” J-Kwon’s “Tipsy,” and one of my personal favorites, Blu Cantrell’s “Hit ‘Em Up Style (Oops!),” which I think advocates larceny as a means of revenge. Awesome. Oh! And remember Jibbs' “Chain Hang Low”? And Rich Boy’s “Throw Some D’s”? Those songs were great! Seriously though, you’re welcome.
I highly recommend checking out the entire list, but for all the classics on there, there were certainly a few songs missing. So, Billboard, allow me to pick up where you left off with some old favorites.
“Absolutely (Story Of A Girl)” — Nine Days — Oh man, this has to be one of the first CD’s I ever bought. That and I think Smash Mouth.
“The Middle” — Jimmy Eat World — I still listen to this song… because it’s still really, really good.
“All The Things She Said” — t.A.T.u — I remember coming home from school one day and seeing two Russian girls making out on TRL. And that song was really catchy too.
“Stacy’s Mom” — Fountains of Wayne — I forgot how many apt phallic and sexual metaphors/images are in this video; also the nod to Fast Times At Ridgemont High is great.
“Pop, Lock & Drop It” — Huey — The crunk/snap-rap underground. Sorta, not really.