15 Albums From The 2000’s You Should Relive Trystan Gilbert November 6, 2016 Music 413 Tweet Share Share Email WhatsAppShares 0While we’re just barely halfway through “the teens,”(2013, 14, etc.Yes, I just made “the teens” a thing, just like “the 70’s” were a thing, too) it’s important to remember that some of the greatest hits and jams that inspired the music we all love today came from the 2000’s. In the culture we live in things are changing everyday; we went from buying hard copies and memories in the record store, to streaming albums and exclusivity on apps like Tidal and Apple Music. However, one thing that will never change is the notion that there will always be new production of music from every genre and walk of life. So, before you get swept up in the newest Lil Savage or Burberry Shawty single, give these albums another listen, you won’t be disappointed (If you are, I recommend going on Soundcloud and listening to random pages, you might enjoy that more). Outkast-Stankonia Arctic Monkeys- Whatever People Say I Am, That’s What I’m Not Usher- Confessions 50 Cent- Get Rich Or Die Tryin Outkast-Speakerboxxx/The Love Below Destiny’s Child-Survivor Gorillaz-Demon Days MGMT-Oracular Spectacular The Killers-Hot Fuss Surfjan Stevens-Illinois Cam’ron- Come Home With Me The White Stripes-White Blood Cells Eminem-Curtain Call Kid Cudi- Man on the Moon: The End of Day Kanye West-My Beautiful Dark Twisted Fantasy Feel free to enjoy this -playlist- on a lazy Sunday with your significant other, dog/cat, or even just a glass of something funky and a $5 box from Popeyes. Happy Listening! Don’t forget to leave comments, suggestions, or criticisms below, as feedback improves future quality.