Well, I regret to inform you that Now has a "Dad Rock" album, and the songs are...newer than you'd think.
For example, "Stacy's Mom" came out in 2003. "Buck Rogers" was released in 2001. And many of you reading right now probably remember "All the Small Things" from middle school or maybe even high school.
Naturally, this put the millennial population (and probably even some zoomers) into a slight panic.
But I want to bring everyone hope! See, the tracklist STARTS with Queen (1977), the Rolling Stones (1981), U2 (1987), and Bon Jovi (1986) before launching into "Radioactive" by Imagine Dragons, which was released in 2012!
Really, the album is all over the place...we've got hits from Boston and Eric Clapton right next to tracks from MGMT, Bastille, and the 1975.
So while it's a little alarming to see Natalie Imbruglia's "Torn" listed as "Dad Rock"...
...It seems like "Dad Rock" is less about the time period and more about the ~feeling~ of the music, in this particular case.
So, how much of a dad are you, according to the track list? Check off all the songs you've rocked out to on the full track list below, and we'll tell you: