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Subject: Top Billboard songs in 2010 vs 2019

Written By: CarCar on 12/07/20 at 1:55 am

2010
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Top Songs 
1. Tik Tok by Kesha
2. Need You Now by Lady Antebellum
3. Hey Soul Sister by Train

2019
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Top Songs
1. Old Town Road by Lil Nas X
2. Sunflower by Swae Lee and Post Malone
3. Without You by Halsey

Music got much more somber from the upbeat electric beats in the earlier part of the decade

Subject: Re: Top Billboard songs in 2010 vs 2019

Written By: VHSfan0101 on 12/14/20 at 12:37 am

CarCar, I remember the song Hey Soul Sister by Train. Hey Soul Sister by Train is one of my favorite songs. That song was played a lot in 2009. Matter of fact, it was played in commercials for American Idol during '09. That song was probably the last real rock song to be on Billboard's Top 100 Songs chart before Indie Rock songs started replacing the music of its genre on it in 2010. The band Train is a band I have not heard about since 2010. You reminded me about the band Train with this post of yours. Speaking of Pop Rock (Hey Soul Sister by Train is a Pop Rock song.), Pop Rock music seems to be popular again right now. Since Pop Rock music is popular again, the band Train might end up making music again.

Subject: Re: Top Billboard songs in 2010 vs 2019

Written By: Slim95 on 12/14/20 at 10:47 pm

Hard to determine which one is worse.  ;D

Subject: Re: Top Billboard songs in 2010 vs 2019

Written By: Slim95 on 12/14/20 at 10:48 pm


CarCar, I remember the song Hey Soul Sister by Train. Hey Soul Sister by Train is one of my favorite songs. That song was played a lot in 2009. Matter of fact, it was played in commercials for American Idol during '09. That song was probably the last real rock song to be on Billboard's Top 100 Songs chart before Indie Rock songs started replacing the music of its genre on it in 2010. The band Train is a band I have not heard about since 2010. You reminded me about the band Train with this post of yours. Speaking of Pop Rock (Hey Soul Sister by Train is a Pop Rock song.), Pop Rock music seems to be popular again right now. Since Pop Rock music is popular again, the band Train might end up making music again.

To me that song sounds indie rock.

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