Do you remember what you were doing and listening to 20 years ago?

It is scary how fast time flies. One day you're asking your parents for money to go see a movie with friends and calling them collect when you're ready to be picked up, and the next you're doing the same for your kids (minus the collect call.)

Just as time never stops, neither does music. Today we are going on a musical journey together to relive what life was like for the last 20 years when it comes to music. Check out the list below as we travel back in time to the year 2000. We are going to check out the number one rock song for each year from 2000 to 2020.

Keep in mind, Billboard uses a lot of different metrics to name songs number one and such. This particular list is simply showcasing the songs that spent the most weeks at number one on the Billboard Mainstream Rock chart each year. 

2000 - 3 Doors Down "Loser"

"Loser" spent 21 weeks at number one after we all survived Y2K.

2001 - Staind "It's Been Awhile"

'It's Been Awhile" spent 20 weeks at number one in 2001. I graduated from Swartz Creek in 2001. I don't even remember what our class song was but I know it was not this one. I'm sure it was something terrible though.

2002 - 3 Doors Down "When I'm Gone"

"When I'm Gone" was number one for 17 weeks in 2002.

2003 - Staind "So Far Away"

Staind just barely beat out Audioslave with just two weeks more.

2004 - Nickelback "Figured You Out"

Nickelback barely beat out Velvet Revolver's "Fall to Pieces" by having just two more weeks at number one in 2004. "Figured You Out" spent 13 weeks at number one that year.

2005 - Green Day "Boulevard of Broken Dreams"

Another close year as Green Day beat out Shinedown's "Save Me" by only two weeks.

2006 - Three Days Grace "Pain"

Just one week gave Three Days Grace the victory for the year over the Red Hot Chili Peppers with 13 weeks to 12 weeks.

2007/2008 - Seether "Fake It" and Disturbed "Inside the Fire"

Both Seether and Disturbed spend 14 weeks at number one between 2007 and 2008. Seether's 14-week stretch started the week of November 17th, 2007, and carried over into 2008. Later in 2008 Disturbed also went on a 14-week run at number one.

2008/2009 - Shinedown "Second Chance," Linkin Park "New Divide," and Alice in Chains "Check My Brain"

This one is another rollover as Shinedown started a 10-week stretch at number one beginning in late December 2008 into early 2009. Linkin Park and Alice in Chains each spent eight weeks at number one.

2010 - A four-way tie between Three Days Grace, Alice in Chains, Distrubed, and Stone Sour all spending eight weeks at number one.

2011 - Chevelle "Face to the Floor"

Here is another one that bled from late 2011 into early 2012 with 12 weeks at number one. Shinedown's "Bully also received 12 weeks at number one for 2012.

2012 - Three Days Grace "Chalk Outline"

"Chalk Outline" held the number one spot for 13 weeks.

2013 - Avenged Sevenfold "Hail to the King"

Avenged Sevenfold owned 2013 with ten weeks at the top. The closest contender to them was Michigan's own Pop Evil, which saw "Trenches" get four weeks at number one.

2014 - Foo Fighters "Something from Nothing"

Foo Fighters rounded out 2014 at number one for 13 weeks, which rolled into early 2015.

2015 - Breaking Benjamin "Failure"

Breaking Ben's "Failure" hovered atop the chart for nine weeks straight.

2016 - Volbeat "The Devil's Bleeding Crown"

Our friends from Copenhagen held the number one spot for nine weeks.

2017 - Papa Roach "Help" and Theory of a Deadman "Rx (Medicate)"

Papa Roach and Theory split the honor in 2017 with six weeks each at number one.

2018 - Ghost "Rats"

Ghost took the number one spot for seven weeks followed closely by Royal Blood and Disturbed with six each.

2019 - Another year with a four-way tie for first with four weeks each from The Glorious Sons, Five Finger f/ Kenny Wayne Shepherd, Brantley Gilbert, & Brian May, Volbeat, and Disturbed.

2020 - Foo Fighters "Shame Shame"

I hope you enjoyed the playlist from the last two decades.

Source: Wikipedia

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