September 9th in Pop History!
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September 9th in Pop History!
Posted by 337Guy on 9/9 at 10:07 pm
On this day in 2003 the group OutKast dropped their single Hey Ya!.
It stayed atop the Billboard Hot 100 for 9 consecutive weeks and went Platinum!
Unfortunately OutKast fell off hard and hasn't put out a good single since. It's saddening seeing a talented group like that all washed up.
Hard to believe this was 10 years ago, I hope I didn't make yall feel old.



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Posted by Kafka on 9/9 at 10:10 pm to 337Guy
If you're going to start these threads, then do them complete and cover all of pop history, not just about the stuff you listen to

Otherwise just start one of your usual threads



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Posted by Macintosh504 on 9/9 at 10:17 pm to 337Guy
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Unfortunately OutKast fell off hard and hasn't put out a good single since.
they had a few more



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Posted by Macintosh504 on 9/9 at 10:19 pm to Macintosh504
Also it had to be pretty hard to try and make a better album than that. That album was one of the best in that decade.


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Posted by danman6336 on 9/9 at 10:21 pm to 337Guy
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Unfortunately OutKast fell off hard and hasn't put out a good single since
Roses came out after Hey Ya

Plus why are you talking shite about Outkast anyway?

Don't you have some new terrible rapper to start a thread about somewhere



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Posted by Macintosh504 on 9/9 at 10:22 pm to danman6336
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Roses came out after Hey Ya

and "The Way You Move" was just a big as Hey Ya



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Posted by 337Guy on 9/9 at 10:46 pm to Kafka
quote:

If you're going to start these threads, then do them complete and cover all of pop history, not just about the stuff you listen to
You're free to add whatever September 9th Pop History you have



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Posted by 337Guy on 9/9 at 10:48 pm to Macintosh504
Roses and The Way You Move were nowhere near as monumental as Hey Ya though.


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Posted by Kafka on 9/9 at 10:53 pm to 337Guy
I'm not going to do your fricking work for you

Either start a pop history thread or an Outkast thread.



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Posted by Macintosh504 on 9/9 at 10:54 pm to 337Guy
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Roses and The Way You Move were nowhere near as monumental as Hey Ya though.

they were still BIG hits, so for you to say they were basically a one hit wonder is just idiotic



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Posted by HeadyBrosevelt on 9/9 at 11:01 pm to 337Guy
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Unfortunately OutKast fell off hard and hasn't put out a good single since. It's saddening seeing a talented group like that all washed up.


Washed up indicates they have been releasing mediocre material, which is false. The last two tracks featuring them as a group were "International Player's Anthem (I Choose You)" and ""The Art of Storytellin' Part 4"" which are both incredible tracks, the former being a contender for an all-time hip hop track.




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Posted by 337Guy on 9/9 at 11:02 pm to Kafka
quote:

I'm not going to do your fricking work for you
What are you talking about? I posted an event from September 9th history.
quote:

a pop history thread
That's what this is...



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Posted by 337Guy on 9/9 at 11:03 pm to Macintosh504
quote:

one hit wonder
You misinterpreted. They have monumental songs before Hey Ya!.



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Posted by Alahunter on 9/9 at 11:04 pm to 337Guy
Also, on Sept 9 in music history:

1941 - Otis Redding was born.

1956 - Elvis Presley made his first appearance on the Ed Sullivan show "Toast of the Town." He was shot from just the waist up during the performance

1971 - John Lennon's LP "Imagine" was released.

1972 - The Eagles' "Witchy Woman" was released.

1978 - "Beast of Burden" was released by the Rolling Stones


1999 - Nine Inch Nails performed at the 1999 MTV Video Music Awards. It was their first-ever appearance on a televised award show



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Posted by HeadyBrosevelt on 9/9 at 11:05 pm to Alahunter
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Also, on Sept 9 in music history:

1941 - Otis Redding was born.

1956 - Elvis Presley made his first appearance on the Ed Sullivan show "Toast of the Town." He was shot from just the waist up during the performance

1971 - John Lennon's LP "Imagine" was released.

1972 - The Eagles' "Witchy Woman" was released.

1978 - "Beast of Burden" was released by the Rolling Stones


1999 - Nine Inch Nails performed at the 1999 MTV Video Music Awards. It was their first-ever appearance on a televised award show


A+ post



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Posted by Kafka on 9/9 at 11:05 pm to Alahunter
quote:

Also, on Sept 9 in music history
let junior do his own homework



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Posted by Alahunter on 9/9 at 11:09 pm to Kafka
Contrary to many internet reports, the internet isn't serious business. I'm not worried about what "someone should do" in their posts, and it doesn't factor into what I post.


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Posted by Macintosh504 on 9/9 at 11:09 pm to 337Guy
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You misinterpreted. They have monumental songs before Hey Ya!.

"Roses" and "The Way you move" came out after Hey ya. So no im not misinterpreting



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Posted by 337Guy on 9/9 at 11:14 pm to Alahunter
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Alahunter

quote:

let junior do his own homework
I never planned to expand on my topic


This post was edited on 9/9 at 11:15 pm

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Posted by 337Guy on 9/9 at 11:16 pm to Macintosh504
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"Roses" and "The Way you move" came out after Hey ya. So no im not misinterpreting
So OutKast didn't have monumental songs before Hey Ya!? You are misinterpreting, or you're ignorant of their history.



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