The forty hottest songs on the day the final episode of "The Sopranos" had all eyes on HBO.
1990s & '00s Lite Hits
Adult contemporary pop 1990-2009
2000s & '10s Lite Hits
Post-2K adult pop hits
2009 Revisited: Jazz
Critics' picks for the best of 2009
Comedy: 1990s & '00s
Alternative rock hits in a new century
Jazz of this century's first decade
Musical theater enters a new century
2009 Revisited: Indie
The absolute best indie of 2009.
Christian adult pop from 2000 through 2009
Country for a new century, with Zac Brown, Toby Keith, Blake Shelton, and Brad Paisley
Listeners' Top 100: 2000s R&B
Listeners' top rated R&B songs of 2000-2009
This Is Music: 2000
Our collection of hits from the year that launched the 21st Century.
Top Rock Albums: 2000
We go deep and reach into alternative, post punk, and modern rock that launched the decade.
Best Hip Hop and R&B: 2000
Some artists and critics have argued that Y2K gave birth to the golden age of Hip Hop. Here's a ...
Highlights from the best jazz and smooth jazz albums released in the year 2000
Americana, Where Art Thou?
Celebrating the reawakening of roots music that was inspired by the Coen Brothers film "O Brother...
This Is Music: 2001
2001 was ruled by Destiny's Child, Linkin Park, Alicia Keys, the Strokes, and Lifehouse
Best Hip Hop and R&B: 2001
We load up tracks from JAY-Z, Mary J. Blige, OutKast, Jill Scott, Ludacris and more as we trip ba...
Classic Alternative 2001
Weezer, Gorillaz, Coldplay, and Alien Ant Farm -- the top alternative rock of 2001
This Is Music: 2005
Essential 2005 tracks Black Eyed Peas, Carrie Underwood, Rob Thomas, Lifehouse, and Gorillaz
Country Yearbook 2005
A calendar full of Rascal Flatts, Sugarland, Sara Evans, Toby Keith and more!
Rock and Alternative: 2005
Seether, Weezer, Shinedown, and Foo Fighters bring the best, the best, the best of 2005
Top 40: March 24th, 2005
This was the night we met the madness of Dunder Mifflin for the first time. Click play on the so...
Top 40: June 11, 2002
The biggest songs on the day "American Idol" made its debut on Fox.
This Is Music: 2003
2003? That's Evanescence, Black Eyed Peas, Coldplay, Norah Jones, and Outkast!