ETCast, Episode 007 (Part 2) – Most Iconic Music by Decade, ’90s-’10s


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This is part two of the podcast in which Colton and I select the most iconic music by decade. You can listen to part 1 here.

In part two, we discuss the 1990s, 2000s, and 2010s. We debate the merits of “Mmmbop.”

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Colton O.

Colton O.

Colton drinks straight out of coconuts and writes about music for Earn This. He joined the site in 2009.

Dan S.

Dan is the editor of Earn This. He co-founded the site in 2009.

4 thoughts on “ETCast, Episode 007 (Part 2) – Most Iconic Music by Decade, ’90s-’10s

  1. Apparently the “girl in a bee costume” music video is for “No Rain” by Blind Melon. I love that tune, but had never seen the video.

    • And the “Something’s Got a Hold on Me” portion of “Levels” was sampled by Flo Rida’s “Good Feeling”, which was released BEFORE “Levels”. I’ll let others judge if it’s iconic, but that’s a pretty ridiculous factoid.

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