2000 songs

Here are the songs of 2000. The good, the bad, the rock, the roll, the classical and the heavy. It's all about the music and it's all about what was around in 2000.
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  1. 4 My People

    4 My People (2001)


    "4 My People" is a song by American recording artist Missy "Misdemeanor" Elliott. It was written by Elliott, Timbaland, Eve Jeffers, Nisan Stewart, Craig Brockman and Dante Nolan for Elliott's third studio album Miss E... So Addictive (2001), featuring production by Nisan and D-Man.

  2. A Long Walk

    A Long Walk (2000)


    "A Long Walk" is a song released in 2001 by American R&B/soul singer-songwriter Jill Scott, from her debut studio album, Who Is Jill Scott? Words and Sounds Vol. 1. The song peaked at no. 9 on Billboards R&B Singles chart.

  3. A Place for My Head

    A Place for My Head (2000)


    "A Place for My Head" is a song by Linkin Park, ninth track from their debut album Hybrid Theory. It was also remixed for their first remix album Reanimation and titled "Plc.4 Mie Hæd". Its working title was known as "Esaul", which contains three early demos: one that's the same name from the Hybrid Theory 2-track sampler, another version with slightly altered lyrics from the 9-track sampler Hybrid Theory Demos, and "Esaul (A Place for My Head Demo)", which remained unreleased until November 2011, with another pair of slightly altered lyrics from their eleventh LPU compilation album LP Underground 11.

  4. A Song For The Lovers

    A Song For The Lovers (2000)


    "A Song for the Lovers" is a song by English singer-songwriter Richard Ashcroft and is the opening track on his 2000 album, Alone with Everybody. The song was also released on April 3, 2000 as the first single from that album in the United Kingdom (see 2000 in British music). The single peaked at #3 in the UK Singles Chart, a position that would be matched by Ashcroft's 2006 single "Break the Night with Colour".

  5. Aaron's Party

    Aaron's Party


    "Aaron's Party (Come Get It)" is the first single from Aaron Carter's second debut album, Aaron's Party (Come Get It). To date, it's his most successful single in the United States, reaching #35 on the Hot 100, becoming his only Top 40 hit. It was also featured on the 2000 compilation album Now That's What I Call Music! 5. The song is featured in the European Dancing Stage EuroMix 2 arcade.

  6. Abrazame Muy Fuerte

    Abrazame Muy Fuerte


    "Abrázame Muy Fuerte" (English: Embrace Me Tightly) is a song written and performed by Mexican singer-songwriter Juan Gabriel. The song was produced and arranged by Bebu Silvetti and it was released as the second single from the album of the same title. The track became Gabriel's seventh number-one single in the Billboard Top Latin Songs chart. The parent album became commercially successful, peaking at number two in the Top Latin Albums chart in the United States. The singer also received a nomination for Best Latin Pop Album at the 44th Grammy Awards for this release.

  7. Again & Again

    Again & Again


    "Again & Again" is the debut single by American alternative metal band Taproot. The song was released from the band's major label debut, Gift. The single's b-side, "Day by Day", appeared on the album Dracula 2000: Music from the Motion Picture.

  8. All The Love In The World

    All The Love In The World (2000)


    "All the Love in the World" is a song by Irish pop rock group The Corrs, taken from their third studio album In Blue (2000). It was released in 2001, as a promotional single to the 2001 romantic comedy film America's Sweethearts. The song was written by The Corrs, while it was co-written and produced by Robert John "Mutt" Lange. "All the Love in the World" is a soft rock ballad about desiring lifelong love. Critics were divided with the song; some picked it as one of the best tracks on the album, but others felt it was banal and weak.

  9. Always Come Back To Your Love

    Always Come Back To Your Love (2000)


    "Always Come Back to Your Love" is the third single from Gotta Tell You, the debut album of the Irish singer Samantha Mumba. The single was produced by Norwegian production team Stargate, who are best known for working with the likes of Rihanna, Ne-Yo, Jordin Sparks and Chris Brown.

  10. Always Will Be

    Always Will Be


    Always Will Be is a song by the Swedish Power and Heavy metal band HammerFall, the second single from their album Renegade. It was released as a card sleeve CD single on the 27th of November in 2000.
    The single has two songs "Always Will Be" and "The Fallen One" (both of them are ballads) and the last two tracks (marked with an * in the track listing below) are found on the limited Digi-pack CD single. Both these releases were only sold in Sweden and through the Nuclear Blast mailorder.

  11. American Skin

    American Skin (2002)


    "American Skin (41 Shots)" is a song written by Bruce Springsteen, inspired by the police shooting death of Amadou Diallo. It was written and premiered during the band's 1999–2000 reunion tour. Springsteen first performed it in concert in Atlanta on June 4, 2000, the final concert before the tour's final ten-show run at New York City's Madison Square Garden, where it was also featured. The performance led to some controversy in New York City, where the Patrolmen's Benevolent Association called for a boycott of Springsteen's shows.

  12. Amor



    "Amor" (English: "Love") is the first English-language single from Ricky Martin's album The Best of Ricky Martin. Originally, the song was included on the 2000 album Sound Loaded. The Best of Ricky Martin contains two remixes of "Amor", by Salaam Remi and Jonathan Peters.

  13. Anata ga Iru Kara

    Anata ga Iru Kara


    "Anata ga Iru kara" (あなたがいるから, lit. "Because you are here") is the tenth single by the Japanese singer Miho Komatsu, released on June 21, 2000. The single was used as an ending song for the animated feature film Case Closed: Captured in Her Eyes. It reached number 9 on the Oricon charts, and sold more than 55,000 copies.

  14. angel song –イヴの鐘–

    angel song –イヴの鐘–


    Angel Song (Eve no Kane) (イヴの鐘 Eve Bells) is The Brilliant Green's eleventh single, released in 2000. It peaked at #3 on the Oricon singles chart.

  15. Another Dumb Blonde

    Another Dumb Blonde


    "Another Dumb Blonde" is the first single from American pop/rock singer Hoku's eponymous debut album. The single is also featured on the soundtrack of the 2000 Nickelodeon theatrical film, Snow Day and was also featured in the film itself. The single was released in January 2000.

  16. Äntligen

    Äntligen (2000)


    Äntligen is a song written by Marie Fredriksson and Mikael Bolyos, and recorded by Marie Fredriksson on the album Äntligen in the year 2000, as well as released as a single the same year.

  17. Are You Feelin' Me

    Are You Feelin' Me (2002)


    Romeo Must Die is a 2000 American action film directed by Andrzej Bartkowiak his directorial debut, and fight choreography by Corey Yuen. The film stars Jet Li, Aaliyah, Isaiah Washington, Russell Wong, Delroy Lindo, Henry O, Anthony Anderson and DMX. The film was released in the United States on March 22, 2000.

  18. Armed And Stupid

    Armed And Stupid

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    "Armed and Stupid" is a song by Meat Puppets, which was the group's first promotional release. It was only released to radio stations.

  19. Back to The Primitive

    Back to The Primitive


    "Back to the Primitive" is a metal song by Soulfly, released in 2000. The song, composed by Max Cavalera, is played as the first track of the second Soulfly album, Primitive.

  20. Bad Boyz

    Bad Boyz (2000)


    "Bad Boyz" was the lead single released from Shyne's eponymous debut album, Shyne. The song was produced by Ez Elpee and featured reggae artist Barrington Levy. The song includes samples from "Nightclubbin" by Grace Jones and Levy's own song "Here I Come".

  21. Bad Day

    Bad Day


    "Bad Day" is a song by the American rock band Fuel originally released on their 2000 album Something Like Human.

  22. Bad Religion

    Bad Religion (1997)


    "Bad Religion" is a song by Godsmack. It served as the fourth single from their eponymous debut album.

  23. BaKardi Slang

    BaKardi Slang


    "BaKardi Slang" is a hip-hop song by Kardinal Offishall. Produced by Solitair, it was the first single from his second album Quest for Fire: Firestarter, Vol. 1. The single was released in Canada in 2000, before being re-released in the U.S. the following year. It became his first single to appear on a Billboard chart, as well as his first Top 40 hit as a solo artist in Canada.

  24. Batter Up

    Batter Up (2000)


    "Batter Up" is a single by American rapper Nelly and the St. Lunatics, released on September 11, 2001. It was produced by Steve "Blast" Wills, taken from Nelly's 2000 album Country Grammar.

  25. Battle Without Honor or Humanity

    Battle Without Honor or Humanity


    "Battle Without Honor or Humanity" (バトル・ウィズアウト・オナー・オア・ヒューマニティー) is an instrumental music piece by Japanese rock musician Tomoyasu Hotei. It was originally featured in the 2000 film New Battles Without Honor and Humanity (also known as Another Battle) by Junji Sakamoto, for which Hotei wrote the soundtrack and also stars in as an actor.

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