Rhino releases first-ever digital boxed set

That’s Aught: The ’00s Pop Culture Box features 150 tracks

Rhino Records, Warner Music Group’s renowned catalog label, as part of their ongoing 40th anniversary celebration, has launched That’s Aught: The ’00s Pop Culture Box, the label’s first ever digital-only boxed set. The collection follows in the tradition of Rhino’s previous decade-specific pop culture boxes from the past that focused on the 1970s (Have A Nice Decade), 1980s (Like, Omigod!) and 1990s (Whatever). That’s Aught: The 2000s Pop Culture Box is available now to stream on Apple Music, Pandora, Spotify, and YouTube.

Arranged in (roughly) chronological order, the 150 song collection melds the tracks that defined the decade across all genres, from pop and hip-hop radio hits to the sounds of underground rock and dance movements. Not only is That’s Aught: The ‘00s Pop Culture Box the first Rhino boxed set to live exclusively in the digital space, but it is also the first to be compiled by the collective minds of all the Rhino Records staff, the cream of the crop in terms of music and pop culture knowledge, with countless hours of debate leading to the final list.

Launching with *NSYNC’s “Bye Bye Bye,” That’s Aught blasts the listener back to the first moments of the new millennium with massive hits Madonna (“Music”), U2 (“Beautiful Day”), and Destiny’s Child (“Survivor”) to early tracks from future superstar acts like Coldplay (“Yellow”), Linkin Park (“In The End”), and Alicia Keys (“Fallin’”).

The next nine hours weaves through ten years of songs as eclectic as the decade itself, from The White Stripes to The Flaming Lips, from Eminem to Missy Elliott, from Gnarls Barkley to Daft Punk, wrapping up with some of 2009’s definitive tracks from Jason Derulo, The Black Eyed Peas, Lady Gaga, and Muse.

In conjunction with this new collection, Rhino has also launched streaming versions of some of their most beloved physical boxed sets, replicated with identical tracks and sequencing, with the only exception being the handful of songs that are not available on streaming services.

These include Have A Nice Decade: The ’70s Pop Culture Box, Like Omigod! The ’80s Pop Culture Box (Totally)Whatever: The ’90s Pop & Culture BoxNuggets: Original Artyfacts From All The Psychedelic ErasOne Kiss Can Lead To Another: Girl Groups Sounds Lost And FoundCan You Dig It? The ’70s Soul ExperienceNo Thanks! The ’70s Punk RebellionLeft Of The Dial: Dispatches From The ’80s UndergroundThe Heavy Metal BoxPoptopia! Power Pop Classics From The ’70s, ’80s, and ’90s and Brit Box: UK Indie Shoegaze & Brit Pop Gems Of The Last Millennium

Additionally, Rhino has relaunched their online store with exclusive offerings from legendary Warner catalog artists such as Lindsey Buckingham, Ornette Coleman, MC5, and Joni Mitchell. The site is also offering exclusive Rhino merchandise including sweatshirts and totes.

That’s Aught: The ‘00s Pop Culture Box

  1. *NSYNC “Bye Bye Bye”
  2. Jagged Edge “Let’s Get Married”
  3. Sisqo “Thong Song”
  4. Red Hot Chili Peppers “Californication”
  5. Deftones “Change (In The House Of Flies)”
  6. Coldplay “Yellow”
  7. Matchbox Twenty “Bent”
  8. Mystikal “Shake Ya Ass”
  9. Baha Men “Who Let The Dogs Out”
  10. Robbie Williams “Rock DJ”
  11. Madonna “Music”
  12. Shaggy “It Wasn’t Me”
  13. U2 “Beautiful Day”
  14. Radiohead “Everything In Its Right Place”
  15. Limp Bizkit “Rollin’”
  16. Disturbed “Down With The Sickness”
  17. Crazy Town “Butterfly”
  18. Daft Punk “One More Time”
  19. Jennifer Lopez “Love Don’t Cost A Thing”
  20. Destiny’s Child “Survivor”
  21. The Shins “New Slang”
  22. Uncle Kracker “Follow Me”
  23. Missy Elliot “Get Ur Freak On”
  24. Staind “It’s Been Awhile”
  25. Christina Aguilera, Lil’ Kim, Mya, P!nk “Lady Marmalade”
  26. Train “Drops Of Jupiter”
  27. Alicia Keys “Fallin’”
  28. 112 “Peaches And Cream”
  29. Sum 41 “Fat Lip”
  30. Travis “Sing”
  31. Michelle Branch “Everywhere”
  32. Afroman “Because I Got High”
  33. New Order “Crystal”
  34. System Of A Down “Chop Suey!”
  35. Incubus “Wish You Were Here”
  36. Nickelback “How You Remind Me”
  37. Weezer “Island In The Sun”
  38. Kylie Minogue “Can’t Get You Out Of My Head”
  39. Wilco “Heavy Metal Drummer”
  40. Linkin Park “In The End”
  41. Jimmy Eat World “The Middle”
  42. The Strokes “Last Nite”
  43. Ryan Adams “New York, New York”
  44. Ginuwine “Differences”
  45. Ashanti “Foolish”
  46. Vanessa Carlton “A Thousand Miles”
  47. The Hives “Hate To Say I Told You So”
  48. The Rapture “House Of Jealous Lovers”
  49. Taking Back Sunday “Cute Without The ‘E’”
  50. No Doubt “Hella Good”
  51. The Streets “Let’s Push Things Forward”
  52. Nelly “Hot In Herre”
  53. Amerie “Why Don’t We Fall In Love”
  54. Avril Lavigne “Complicated”
  55. The Vines “Get Free”
  56. Norah Jones “Don’t Know Why”
  57. N.E.R.D. “Rockstar”
  58. The Flaming Lips “Do You Realize?”
  59. The Libertines “Up The Bracket”
  60. John Mayer “Your Body Is A Wonderland”
  61. Eminem “Lose Yourself”
  62. Interpol “Obstacle 1”
  63. Christina Aguilera “Beautiful”
  64. Queens Of The Stone Age “No One Knows”
  65. 50 Cent “In Da Club”
  66. The Postal Service “Such Great Heights”
  67. Lil Jon & The East Side Boyz “Get Low”
  68. The Used “The Taste Of Ink”
  69. Johnny Cash “Hurt”
  70. The White Stripes “Seven Nation Army”
  71. The Roots “The Seed (2.0)”
  72. Monica “So Gone”
  73. Chingy “Right Thurr”
  74. Keane “Eveybody’s Changing”
  75. Beyonce featuring Jay-Z “Crazy In Love”
  76. Dizzee Rascal “Fix Up, Look Sharp”
  77. Jet “Are You Gonna Be My Girl”
  78. Kelis “Milkshake”
  79. Outkast “Hey Ya!”
  80. The Darkness “ I Believe In A Thing Called Love”
  81. Fountains Of Wayne “Stacy’s Mom”
  82. The Killers “Mr. Brightside”
  83. Twista featuring Kanye West & Jamie Foxx “Slow Jamz”
  84. Franz Ferdinand “Take Me Out”
  85. Britney Spears “Toxic”
  86. Maroon 5 “This Love”
  87. Usher featuring Lil Jon & Ludacris – “Yeah!”
  88. Yeah Yeah Yeahs “Maps”
  89. Modest Mouse “Float On”
  90. Green Day “American Idiot”
  91. Snoop Dogg featuring Pharell “Drop It Like It’s Hot”
  92. Mario “Let Me Love You”
  93. Kelly Clarkson “Since U Been Gone”
  94. LCD Soundsystem “Daft Punk Is Playing At My House”
  95. Mariah Carey “We Belong Together”
  96. Fall Out Boy “Sugar, We’re Going Down”
  97. Bloc Party “Banquet”
  98. Gorillaz “Feel Good Inc.”
  99. Foo Fighters “Best Of You”
  100. James Blunt “You’re Beautiful”
  101. Kayne West featuring Jamie Foxx “Gold Digger”
  102. Daniel Powter “Bad Day”
  103. Arctic Monkeys “I Bet You Look Good On The Dancefloor”
  104. Arcade Fire “Wake Up”
  105. Ne-Yo “So Sick”
  106. Chamillionaire featuring Krayzie Bone “Ridin’”
  107. Sean Paul “Temperature”
  108. Panic! At The Disco “I Write Sins Not Tragedies”
  109. Shakira featuring Wyclef Jean “Hips Don’t Lie”
  110. Gnarls Barkley “Crazy”
  111. Carrie Underwood “Before He Cheats”
  112. The Raconteurs “Steady, As She Goes”
  113. Nelly Furtado featuring Timbaland “Promiscuous”
  114. Death Cab For Cutie “I Will Follow You Into The Dark”
  115. Lily Allen “Smile”
  116. Justin Timberlake “Sexyback”
  117. Peter Bjorn And John “Young Folks”
  118. My Chemical Romance “Welcome to the Black Parade”
  119. Akon featuring Eminem “Smack That”
  120. Amy Winehouse “Rehab”
  121. Rihanna featuring Jay-Z “Umbrella”
  122. T-Pain featuring Yung Joc “Buy U A Drank (Shawty Snappin’)”
  123. Justice “D.A.N.C.E.”
  124. Paramore “Misery Business”
  125. Silversun Pickups “Lazy Eye”
  126. Flo Rida “Low”
  127. Leona Lewis “Bleeding Love”
  128. Adele “Chasing Pavements”
  129. M.I.A. “Paper Planes”
  130. Vampire Weekend “A-Punk”
  131. Lil Wayne featuring Static “Lollipop”
  132. Estelle featuring Kanye West “American Boy”
  133. Kid Rock “All Summer Long”
  134. Jason Mraz “I’m Yours”
  135. Katy Perry “I Kissed A Girl”
  136. The Ting Tings “That’s Not My Name”
  137. The Black Keys “I Got Mine”
  138. T.I. “Whatever You Like”
  139. P!nk “So What”
  140. Kings Of Leon “Sex On Fire”
  141. The Offspring “You’re Gonna Go Far, Kid”
  142. Taylor Swift “Love Story”
  143. Lady Gaga “Poker Face
  144. MGMT “Kids”
  145. Drake “Best I Ever Had”
  146. Phoenix “1901”
  147. Jason Derulo “Whatcha Say”
  148. The Black Eyed Peas “I Gotta Feeling”
  149. Muse “Uprising”
  150. Jack Johnson “Better Together”

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