The US #1s of the 2000s Rate (Part 2: 2005-2009 - Your #1 Is...)

I like that everybody collectively forgot about Metro Station's existence. Poor that.

I actually kind of liked them at the time I_CANNOT_USE_REAL_WORDS_PROPERLY_.
Party in the USA is always listed as a career highlight for Miley, but I've never seen it. Don't get me wrong it's a great song, but I can think of 15-20 songs from her discography that I'd always listen to first.

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I'm definitely gonna end up giving more 10s than any other voter...
I was wondering why we were suddenly talking about Metro Station. I'd forgotten all about Miley's brother.
I can't at this blatant hate of Hey There Delilah -- I'll grant you that it was overplayed but it's got a wonderful melody. It should be said that the original album version is better than the "new version" with the strings (ie. the one most people know). It just works better with the acoustic guitar alone.

Seeing it go #1 was such a bizarre moment for me back then. I remember buying their first album with it after hearing another of their songs on that fucking MySpace Records compilation, like, a year before it broke. I even knew someone named Delilah at the time it was breaking. She didn't feel the same way about the song as I did.

The only time I've been more flabbergasted in that sort of way was when Call Me Maybe went #1.
I loved that song when I first heard it. I played it all spring.