Picked By TURN UP THE VOLUME – These 5 Classic Crackers Turn 20 In 2022

Five top singles from the past turning 20 in 2022

1. Whatever Happened To My Rock ‘N’ Roll (Punk Song) by San Francisco

Released: 16 September 2002
From album: B.R.M.C

“I fell in love with the sweet sensation
I gave my heart to a simple chord
I gave my soul to a new religion
Whatever happened to you?
Whatever happened to our rock’n’roll?”


2. ‘Highly Evolved’ by mind-blowing Australian turbo THE VINES

Released: 22 April 2002
From album: Highly Evolved
Score: #32 in the UK

“I’m feelin’ happy
So highly evolved
My time’s a riddle that’ll never be solved
Dreamin’ for somethin’
Reachin’ for somethin’
Just waitin’ for the sun to carry me in”


3. Hate To Say I Told You So by Swedisch comic punks THE HIVES

Released: 15 March 2002
From album: Veni Vidi Vicious
Score: No 4 on UK’s Indie Chart
and #6 on US Alt Chart

“Hate to say I told you so
Alright, come on
Do believe I told you so”


4. ‘No One Knows’ by L.A.’s stoner rockers QUEENS OF THE STONE AGE

Released: 26 November 2002
From album: Songs For The Deaf
(with Dave Grohl on drums)
Score: #15 in the UK, #5 on US Rock Chart

“We get these pills to swallow
How they stick in your throat?
Tastes like gold
Oh, what you do to me
No one knows”


5. ‘Losing My Edge’ by LCD SOUNDSYTEM (James Murphy’s band – Brooklyn, NYC)

Release: 15 July 2002 – LCD’s debut single
From their self-titled debut LP

“The kids are coming up from behind.
I’m losing my edge.
I’m losing my edge to the kids
from France and from London.
But I was there”

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