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  1. Flight 643

    Flight 643 (2001)


    "Flight 643" is a single which appeared in DJ Tiësto's first album, In My Memory. In 2001 it was included as a B-side of "Urban Train", later released as an A-Side single; In 2006 it became B-side of "Lethal Industry" as a remix by Richard Durand. The song had great success that it was adapted with vocals by Suzanne Palmer in 2002, it was also released as a single and titled "643 (Love's on Fire)". The name Flight 643 is derived from KLM Royal Dutch Airlines flight number KL643, which is a non-stop service between Amsterdam and New York JFK. The Big room house DJ John Christian made a rework of the track on October 2013 and got his version released on Tiësto's new label, Musical Freedom.

  2. Screaming Infidelities

    Screaming Infidelities


    "Screaming Infidelities" is the first single from Dashboard Confessional's 2001 album The Places You Have Come to Fear the Most. The song was written by lead singer Chris Carrabba. It was originally recorded for the band's 2000 debut album, The Swiss Army Romance.

  3. Corner of The Earth

    Corner of The Earth (2001)


    "Corner of the Earth" is the fourth and final single from British funk/acid jazz band Jamiroquai's fifth studio album, A Funk Odyssey. The song was written by Jason Kay and Rob Harris and is a bossa nova-type track, reflecting on the problems that people of the Earth have to suffer. The song peaked at #31 on the UK Singles Chart and was the last Jamiroquai single to use the DVD format. It's DVD single is referred to as one of the rarest DVD singles in history despite having had over 100,000 copies produced. The video consists of Jay Kay sitting and dancing in a forest, wearing his trademark feather head-dress. He does several other things, such as creating balls of light, and making the moon come out.

  4. One Mic

    One Mic (2001)


    "One Mic" is a song by American hip hop rapper Nas, released April 16, 2002 on Columbia Records and distributed through Ill Will Records in the United States. It was issued as the third single from his fifth studio album, Stillmatic (2001). The song samples a portion of Phil Collins's "In The Air Tonight". The single peaked at number 43 on the Billboard Hot 100, making it Nas's third top-fifty hit on the chart.

  5. Murder on the Dancefloor

    Murder on the Dancefloor (2002)


    "Murder on the Dancefloor" is a song written by Gregg Alexander and Sophie Ellis-Bextor, produced by Alexander and Matt Rowe for Ellis-Bextor's first album Read My Lips. After the release of "Take Me Home" in August 2001, Ellis-Bextor released her best-selling single to date in December 2001. The song peaked at number two on the UK Singles Chart, stayed on the charts for twenty-three weeks, and became the most played song of 2002 in all of Europe.

  6. Parent's Just Don't Understand

    Parent's Just Don't Understand


    "Parents Just Don't Understand" is the second single from DJ Jazzy Jeff & The Fresh Prince's second studio album, He's the DJ, I'm the Rapper. The song won a Grammy Award for Best Rap Performance in 1989, one of the two songs to do so before the award was discontinued in 1991. It peaked at #12 on the Billboard Hot 100. The song was released as a single in winter 1988. The single was only released on Vinyl. The song was referenced several times in the television show The Fresh Prince Of Bel-Air. The song was ranked #96 on VH1's 100 Greatest Songs of Hip Hop, and the music video was featured in the 2003 film Malibu's Most Wanted.

  7. Running Away

    Running Away (2001)


    "Running Away" is a single recorded by Hoobastank. It was the third single released from the band's 2001 self-titled debut. The song peaked at #2 on the Billboard Modern Rock Tracks chart and became the highest charting single from the album and one of Hoobastank's biggest hits. It is also featured on Now That's What I Call Music! 11.

  8. Parabola

    Parabola (2001)


    "Parabola" is a song by the American rock band Tool, the song was released as the second single from their third studio album Lateralus. It was released in 2002 as a promo only, however, on December 20, 2005, the single was re-released, which includes the song and a DVD containing the music video and an optional "dual" audio commentary on the video by Jello Biafra of Dead Kennedys fame. The dual commentary consists of two separate recordings of Biafra's voice, one playing in each stereo channel. The DVD was released alongside a DVD single for "Schism" as well.


    IN MY SECRET LIFE (2001)


    "In My Secret Life" is a song written and performed by Leonard Cohen and Sharon Robinson. Bob Metzger plays the guitar. The song first appears on the album Ten New Songs, released in 2001.

  10. The Modern Age

    The Modern Age (2001)


    The Modern Age is the debut EP by American indie rock band The Strokes. It was released on January 29, 2001 in the United Kingdom and May 22, 2001 in the United States, sparking a bidding war among record labels; the largest for a rock band in years.

  11. My Give A Damn's Busted

    My Give A Damn's Busted


    "My Give a Damn's Busted" is a song written by American country music artist Joe Diffie along with Tom Shapiro and Tony Martin. Diffie originally recorded the song on his 2001 album In Another World. The song was later recorded by Jo Dee Messina on her album Delicious Surprise. Released on January 3, 2005, Messina's version went on to spend two weeks at the top of the Billboard Hot Country Songs charts that year, and her first chart single since "I Wish" in late 2003 – early 2004. Canadian country music singer Michelle Wright included her version of the song on her 2006 album Everything and More.

  12. Love At First Sight

    Love At First Sight (1988)


    "Love At First Sight" is a song by Australian singer and songwriter Kylie Minogue, taken from her eighth studio album Fever (2001). It was written by Kylie Minogue, Richard Stannard, Julian Gallagher, Ash Howes and Martin Harrington. It was produced by Richard "Biff" Stannard and Julian Gallagher. After the success of her two previous singles from the album, she continued the release of singles to the North American market. Musically, "Love at First Sight" is a dance-pop song with strong house and europop elements. Lyrically, the song deals with Kylie falling in love with someone "at first sight", hence the title of the single.

  13. With Me

    With Me


    "With Me" is the title of a song written by Brett James and Troy Verges, and recorded by American country music group Lonestar. It was released in August 2001 as the second single from their album I'm Already There. It peaked at #10 on the U.S. Billboard Hot Country Singles & Tracks chart.

  14. A Mind Of Its Own

    A Mind Of Its Own (2001)


    "A Mind of Its Own" is a song by British singer-songwriter, Victoria Beckham. It was released on 11 February 2002 as the second single from her debut self-titled solo album (2001). It peaked and debuted at number-six at the UK Singles Chart and sold 56,570 becoming the 173rd best seller of 2002. There is a French version of the song called "Mon Coeur N'en Fait Qu'a Sa Tete".

  15. If I Didn't Have You

    If I Didn't Have You


    "If I Didn't Have You" is a song written by singer-songwriter Randy Newman, that appears during the end credits of the 2001 Disney·Pixar animated film, Monsters, Inc. Sung by John Goodman and Billy Crystal (voices of James P. Sullivan and Mike Wazowski, respectively), the song won the 2001 Academy Award for Best Original Song. This was Newman's first Oscar. Previously, Newman had been nominated fifteen times in the Best Score and Best Song categories, but had never won.

  16. Bootylicious

    Bootylicious (2001)


    "Bootylicious" is a song by American R&B group Destiny's Child. It was written and produced by Rob Fusari, Falonte Moore, and group member Beyoncé Knowles for the band's third studio album Survivor (2001). The song contains a prominent sample from Stevie Nicks's 1981 single "Edge of Seventeen".

  17. Underneath Your Clothes

    Underneath Your Clothes (2001)


    "Underneath Your Clothes" is a song by Colombian singer-songwriter Shakira for her third studio album and English-language debut, Laundry Service (2001). The power ballad was the second English language single released from the album, and it features lyrics by Shakira and music by her and Lester Mendez. Lyrically, the song tells the story of the unconditional love that a woman has for her boyfriend, which is referenced in the lyrics. To date, "Underneath Your Clothes" is Shakira's third most successful single on the USA, behind only "Whenever, Wherever" (2001) and "Hips Don't Lie" (2006). The song is listed as one of the twenty biggest-selling singles of the 2000 decade according to Yahoo! Music with sales of over 5 million copies.

  18. 5/4

    5/4 (2001)


    5/4 is a song by Gorillaz and is the second track on their 2001 self-titled eponymous debut album. According to the Gorillaz biography Rise of the Ogre, "5/4" was originally intended to follow "Clint Eastwood" as a single, but was instead replaced by "19-2000" at the "last minute." The storyboards Jamie Hewlett had started for the accompanying music video before the switch were later included on the DVD Phase One: Celebrity Take Down. The title is a reference to the time signature of the guitar riff that appears throughout the track.

  19. Come Into My World

    Come Into My World (2001)


    "Come into My World" is a song by Australian recording artist and songwriter Kylie Minogue, which was released on her eighth studio album Fever (2001). It was released as the fourth and final single from the album. "Come into My World" was written by Rob Davis and Cathy Dennis, who also wrote Minogue's successful single "Can't Get You Out of My Head". It was later produced by the writers as well. "Come Into My World" is a dance-pop song, which interludes pop and house styles, with a small disco style. Lyrically, the song talks about a man Minogue likes that she would like him to come into her world. "Come Into My World" received generally positive reviews from music critics, with many liking and enjoying the lyrical content.

  20. That Day

    That Day (2001)


    "That Day" is a song by Natalie Imbruglia, released as the first single from her second album White Lilies Island. In Australia, the song reached the top ten, while it peaked at #11 in the UK. "That Day" wasn't released in the US, where "Wrong Impression" was the first and only single from the album.

  21. In Your Eyes

    In Your Eyes (2001)


    "In Your Eyes" is a song by Australian singer and songwriter Kylie Minogue, taken from her eighth studio album Fever. "In Your Eyes" was written by Minogue, Richard Stannard, Julian Gallagher and Ash Howes, while production was handled by Stannard and Gallagher. The song was chosen as the second single of the studio album, which was released on 21 January 2002 in Australia by Parlophone. With the huge success of Minogue's signature hit single "Can't Get You Out of My Head", she decided to release "In Your Eyes" as the second single off the studio album. However, the song did not serve as a single in the United States.

  22. Needles

    Needles (2001)


  23. F.E.a.R

    F.E.a.R (2001)


    This article is about the Ian Brown single. For the song by American thrash metal band Testament, see The Formation of Damnation.

  24. 3 Libras

    3 Libras


    "3 Libras" is a song by American rock band A Perfect Circle, included and released as a single from their debut album, Mer de Noms. It approaches with a different type of tempo and approach than the other tracks featured on Mer de Noms, an opening with an acoustic guitar and violin is present as well as a conversely powerful chorus, making it something of a ballad. The song was written solely by members Maynard James Keenan and Billy Howerdel.

  25. Until

    Until (2008)


    "Until..." is a song from the 2001 Academy Award-nominated and Golden Globe-winning film Kate & Leopold, written and sung by Sting. The song won the Golden Globe Award for Best Original Song and was nominated for the Academy Award in the same category.

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