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Flashback Friday: Tunes of the 2000s

After the ’90s came the naughties, a decade that produced some killer jams. Let us remind you of the time when the Black Eyed Peas were still great, when Green Day was appropriate and when you heard Drops of Jupiter for the first time.

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