This week we’re going back to a much simpler time: summer 2001. The guys delve into Now Vol. 7, the end of the innocence.
They’ll review each and every track (some in more depth than others) and draft their favorite to accurately judge the songs’ merits. Other topics include: dressage, splodging, dissing people on the internet, and quakers.
Take a trip with us back to 2001 as we evaluate the hottest hits on Now, That’s What I Call Music Vol. 6. We’ll discuss all the songs and draft our favorites, determining what tracks have stood the test of time.
All that plus: the band that spawned from the ashes of 3LW, the shocking truth behind the origin of Coldplay’s “Yellow,” and we expose the little-known Swedish plot to take over popular music in 2001.
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The guys are going back to the well for Now! Volume 5, the most popular entry in the Now series. And for good reason
They’ll debate the top hits of the year 2000 (the first year of the Willenium) and ponder head scratchers like: Is Pharrell ageless? Does Jessica Simpson like John Mellencamp? And how did Aaron Carter beat Shaq?