The Ultimate Throwback Playlist
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The Ultimate Throwback Playlist

Sometimes, the good songs are the old songs

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The Ultimate Throwback Playlist
TimeOut New York

As today’s music continues to dominate the charts, most may forget the music that we were brought up listening to. Sure, there may be those moments every now and then when an old song comes on, and you begin to fangirl at how amazing that song is, and how you can’t believe you forgot about it. Then, in three minutes time, it’ll be lost in your memories once again. Since I’ve been on a serious music throwback rampage lately (throwback for people my age), I thought I would share my ultimate playlist of songs that remind me of the good ol’ times.

1. Wonderwall – Oasis

2. Chop Suey! – System of a Down

3. Kryptonite – 3 Doors Down

4. Do Me A Favor – Stone Sour

5. Thnks fr th Mmrs – Fall Out Boy

6. The Pretender – Foo Fighters

7. Otherside – Red Hot Chili Peppers

8. Harder To Breathe – Maroon 5

9. The Great Escape – Boys Like Girls

10. 1985 – Bowling For Soup

11. All The Small Things – blink-182

12. Drive – Incubus

13. Holiday – Green Day

14. I Want It That Way – Backstreet Boys

15. Pump It – The Black Eyed Peas

16. Second Chance – Shinedown

17. Rise Above This – Seether

18. Come As You Are – Nirvana

19. The Middle – Jimmy Eat World

20. Impossible – Shontelle

21. Ignorance – Paramore

22. Move Along – The All-American Rejects

23. Not Good Enough For The Truth In Cliché – Escape The Fate

24. Out Of Control – Hoobastank

25. U + Ur Hand – P!nk

26. ATTACK – Thirty Seconds To Mars

27. Umbrella – Rihanna

28. S.O.S. – Jonas Brothers

29. Dreams – The Cranberries

30. Unwell – Matchbox Twenty

Go ahead. Take a road trip, and enjoy your childhood all over again.

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