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75. Jay-Z "Public Service Announcement" - Sorry, Jay. You will never need to introduce yourself again.
74. Kanye West feat. Pusha T "Runaway" - Pusha T deserves a lot of credit for making songs like this and Justin Timberlake's "Like I Love You" absolute breakout tracks.
72. Thievery Corporation "Lebanese Blonde" - The Garden State soundtrack should be on any "best albums of the decade" list, largely due to this track.
71. Roni Size & Reprazent "Brown Paper Bag" - Completely transformed and elevated D&B music.
70. Massive Attack "Teardrop" - You may have missed this one. Listen again.
69. The Hives "Hate to Say I Told You So" - One of the most underrated bands of the last decade with a killer album.
68. LCD Soundsystem "Someone Great" - Not the biggest band in the world. But certainly one of them.
67. Kanye West "Power" - They run the town. They have the power. They sit on the throne. Kanye has it all.
66. Modest Mouse "World At Large" - Float On is "the" Modest Mouse song, but this one is even better.
65. Jay-Z feat. UGK "Big Pimpin'" - The most hypocritical rap song ever now that Jay-Z is married. But I'm assuming he didn't think a woman like Beyonce existed when he rapped this, either.
64. Arcade Fire "Keep the Car Running" - This is a road-trip favorite, and I've taken several of them between Texas, South Carolina and New York over the years since this song's release.
63. The National "Mistaken for Strangers" - If you're ever feeling lonely or downtrodden, just think back to a time before you listened to The National.
62. Foo Fighters "My Hero" - Dave Grohl is definitely one of the 10 most important people in music over the last 20 years. Nirvana. Foo Fighters. Them Crooked Vultures.
61. Gorillaz "Clint Eastwood" - A song that just feels different than most music you'll hear on the radio.
60. T.I. "What You Know" - T.I.'s jail time has stymied his career somewhat. Thinking back to this song reminds me of when he was at the top of his game.
59. The Flaming Lips "Yoshimi Battles The Pink Robots Pt. 1" - Like Gorillaz, The Flaming Lips are expert song-makers and the sounds they use leave you with a sensation of loftiness.
58. The Mars Volta "The Widow" - It's hard to pick just one song of theirs, but this is probably where any newcomer should start.
57. Wu-Tang Clan "Triumph" - "What you thought you wasn't gon'a see me!? …Wu-Tang is here forever…m*thaf*cka!"
56. B.o.B. feat. Bruno Mars "Nothing on You" - From Triumph to Nothing on You shows you the transition in "rap" music today.
55. Phoenix "1901" - This song should be in every bar jukebox in America. It probably already is.
54. MGMT "Electric Feel" - Too bad they don't perform this song live as well as it sounds on the record.
53. Usher feat. Ludacris "Yeah!" - Lil' Jon was relevant for a minute, and Usher was king for about a year with this one.
52. Kings of Leon "Use Somebody" - Before they were mainstream, they were cool.
51. Outkast "Ms. Jackson" - The most important rap group of the last 20 years because of songs like this.