1. Kings of Leon, "Use Somebody" Kings of Leon/ youtube.com Where you most likely heard this song on repeatedly: Everywhere! Literally this song was played non-stop, even on pop stations. 2. Silversun Pickups, "Panic Switch" Dangerbird Records/ youtube.com Controversy this song brought up, again: Whether the Silversun Pickups were directly copying the Smashing Pumpkins' sound. And FTR: no. 3. The Killers, "Spaceman" TheKillersMusic/ youtube.com What you probably remember about the song: The weird AF music video, where Brandon Flowers looked like the baby of Elton John and Freddie Mercury. 4. Yeah Yeah Yeahs, "Heads Will Roll" yeahyeahyeahsmusic / youtube.com Argument you probably had about this song: Whether the original or the A-Trak remix was the better version. 5. Franz Ferdinand, "No You Girls" Franz Ferdinand/ youtube.com Why this song made you happy: 'Cause it was just Franz Ferdinand sounding exactly like you wanted them to. 6. Santigold, "Lights Out" Santigold/ youtube.com Thing you probably forgot about Santigold: That she used to be Santogold until she was forced to change her name to Santigold for a few reasons. 7. MGMT, "Kids" MGMT/ youtube.com What was so great about this song: It didn't sound like anything on the radio at the time. 8. Phoenix, "1901" welovephoenix/ youtube.com Thing you remember most about this song: Having that ONE music snob friend tell you they were totally into Phoenix since at least 2004, when they released their album Untitled. 9. Death Cab For Cutie, "Meet Me On The Equinox" SND / youtube.com Things this song brings back: How much we used to love the Twilight soundtracks. 10. Weezer, "(If You're Wondering If I Want You To) I Want You To" weezer/ youtube.com Most Weezer-esque lyrics: "You told me stories about your chickadees/They didn’t like BB guns or stupid archery" 11. Matt and Kim, "Daylight" Matt and Kim/ youtube.com Other late-'00s things this song reminds you of: Twee music, Fred Flare, super-skinny neon colored jeans, and how everyone wanted to move to Williamsburg, Brooklyn. 12. Asher Roth, "I Love College" RetroHash/ youtube.com Big truth about this song: Asher Roth walked so that Macklemore could run. 13. Cage The Elephant, "Ain't No Rest For The Wicked" Cage The Elephant / youtube.com First thought you had when you heard this song for the first time: Wait, is this a country song?! 14. Incubus, "Love Hurts" IncubusTV/ youtube.com Where you probably heard this song the most: On the "breakup/sad feelings" playlist on your iPod. 15. Shinedown, "Second Chance" Shinedown/ youtube.com What this song reminds you of: How much we loved loud-ish rock ballads in the 2000s. 16. Anberlin, "Feel Good Drag" Anberlinmusic/ youtube.com What this song is: Literally a Hot Topic store come to life (well, in musical form). 17. Linkin Park, "New Divide" Linkin Park/ youtube.com Fact this song reminds you of: That the soundtrack to Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen was a 100x better than the movie. 18. Paramore, "Decoded" Fueled by Ramen/ youtube.com Things this song brings back: Again: How much we used to love the Twilight soundtracks. 19. Green Day, "Know Your Enemy" Green Day/ youtube.com Honest critique of this song: It sounded like a B-side off American Idiot. 20. Apocalyptica feat. Adam Gontier, "I Don't Care" Apocalyptica/ youtube.com Genre of music you totally forgot existed until you saw this on the list: Screamo. 21. Rise Against, "Savior" Rise Against/ youtube.com What you probably thought the first time you heard this song: Wait, is it me or do all Rise Against songs sound the same? 22. Pearl Jam, "Brother" Pearl Jam/ youtube.com The thing you might not remember about this song: That this song was originally written for the band's debut album, Ten, but they couldn't agree on the final mix of it, so it was left off (but, it was finished and included on the re-issue of Ten in 2009). 23. Owl City, "Fireflies" Owl City/ youtube.com What you thought the first time you heard this: Is this new The Postal Service?! 24. The Airborne Toxic Event, "Sometime Around Midnight" The Airborne Toxic Event/ youtube.com Memory this song brings back: Waiting to get towards the part where he sings "Then you walk under the streetlights/ And you're too drunk to notice that everyone's staring at you," so that you could scream along. 25. Muse, "Uprising" Muse/ youtube.com What this song reminds you off: How many hits Muse had throughout the 2000s!