An epic, four-hour chronological playlist, with peaks and valleys for slow dances, makeouts, and champagne-popping.
WE DID IT! Here's the sixty-first and final installment of our count-up from 1952 to 2012.
Jay-Z and Kanye's long-awaited collaborative album is realized.
Punk, dance, and that effing Cee-Lo song.
Rap has a strange year, and a few indie groups peak.
Beyoncé drops the dance video of the decade while Fucked Up reintroduce hardcore to the indie kids.
Justice's blistering debut, Feist's mainstream breakthrough, and M.I.A.'s trigger-happy battle cry.
Genres are bleeding in to one another more than ever.
Finally, I get to use the words "existential hootenanny."
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