2000 | MTV | 120 Minutes


On This Page

January 9, 2000host Chris Booker
January 23, 2000Moby
January 30, 2000The Get Up Kids
February 6, 2000host Chris Booker
March 5, 2000(playlist only)
March 12, 2000Aimee Mann
March 19, 2000(playlist only)
April 2, 2000Incubus
April 9, 2000(playlist only)
April 30, 2000No Doubt
May 7, 2000(playlist only)
June 4, 2000(no host or guests)
June 11, 2000(no host or guests, last regular episode on MTV)
September 3, 2000LOUD Rocks (last episode on MTV)
 January 23, 2000
Source for this playlist: Erin B.
Guest: Moby

Oasis - Go Let It Out
Red Hot Chili Peppers - Otherside
Nine Inch Nails - Into the Void
~ Interview with Moby ~
Moby - Natural Blues
Vertical Horizon - Everything You Want
~ Interview with Moby ~
~ MTV interruptions, commercials, News 1515 ~
(partial/incomplete playlist)
 January 30, 2000
Sources for this playlist: Brian A., Erin B.
Host: Chris Booker
Guest: The Get Up Kids

Date clues... Brian's comments: "The biggest clue came from the host mentioning seeing the Golden Globes 'the other night.'"

Fiona Apple - Limp
Super Furry Animals - Do or Die
Incubus - Pardon Me
~ Interview with The Get Up Kids ~
The Get Up Kids - Action & Action
Edna's Goldfish - Veronica Sawyer
Mr. Oizo - Flat Beats
~ Interview with The Get Up Kids ~
Beastie Boys ft. Miho Hatori - Start!
Daft Punk - Da Funk
Enigma - Gravity of Love

Kittie - "Brackish"
A3 - "Woke Up This Morning"
Red Hot Chili Peppers - "Otherside"
Gomez - "We Haven't Turned Around"
Chris Booker announces they're going to show the new Gomez video; obviously an error
Apollo Four Forty - "Stop The Rock"
Godsmack - "Voodoo"
Chris Booker announces we just saw the newest video by The Donnas; obviously another error
A clip where Moby mentions his favorite video is UNKLE - "Rabbit in Your Headlights"
Oasis - "Go Let It Out"
Nine Inch Nails - "Into The Void"
The Suicide Machines - "Sometimes I Don't Mind"
Closing credits: Violent Femmes - "Blister in the Sun" (live performance from 1993)
  June 4, 2000
Sources for this playlist: Peter A., Heather M.
(no host or guests)

Peter's comments: "Here is the FIRST "Ghost Town" Episode from June of 2000 on MTV ("Ghost Town" refers to a show broadcast with NO FOOTAGE of an MTV VJ). The show was getting really good here (Sans a few bad ones in the bunch)... It is a shame that MTV killed it."

Uncle Kracker - Yeah Yeah Yeah
Violent Femmes - All I Want
Santana featuring Everlast - Put Your Lights On
Elwood - Sundown
8Stops7 - Satisfied
Pearl Jam - Porch (Unplugged)
Sleater-Kinney - You're No Rock and Roll Fun
Leona Naess - Charm Attack
Matchbox 20 - Bent (Concept Version)
    (Peter's comments: "There was a much lamer video produced for mass consumption... this one was at least a little creative... Now we can't have that can we??")
Bell Book and Candle - Rescue Me
Sinead O'Connor - No Man's Woman
Richard Ashcroft - A Song for the Lovers
Grade - A Year In The Past
A Perfect Circle - Judith
Papa Roach - Last Resort
Crooked Fingers - New Drink for the Old Drunk
The Pogues with Kirsty MacColl - A Fairytale of New York
Psychedelic Furs - Love My Way
Guster - Fa Fa (Never Be The Same Again)
Peter Searcy - Losing Light Fast
Echoboy - Kit and Holly
Live - Run To the Water
  June 11, 2000
Sources for this playlist: Heather M., Peter A.
(no host or guests)

Heather's comments: "This was the second episode to air with no host, and i never saw a new episode after this. its possible there could have been shows between this one and the loud rocks one, but its unlikely."

Peter's comments: "There were NO shows between [the second June 2000 show] and the LOUD Rocks Edition. I taped every Sunday just in case... all garbage between these shows."

Dandy Warhols "Godless"
Eels "Mr E's Beautiful Blues"
Nickelback "Leader of Men"
Stone Temple Pilots "Sour Girl"
Nine Inch Nails "Starsuckers Inc"
Marilyn Manson "Sweet Dreams (Are Made Of This)"
Joseph Arthur "Chemical"
Peter Searcy "Losing Light Fast"
Mighty Mighty Bosstones "So Sad To Say"
Santana feat. Everlast "Put Your Lights On"
The (International) Noise Conspiracy "Smash It Up"

Tahiti 80 "Heartbeat"
Sleater-Kinney "You're No Rock + Roll Fun"
Sinead O'Connor "No Man's Woman"
Primal Scream "Kill All Hippies"
Uncle Kracker "Yeah Yeah Yeah"
Weezer "Buddy Holly"
Dynamite Hack "Boyz N The Hood"
A Perfect Circle "Judith"
Snake River Conspiracy "Vulcan"
Disturbed "Stupify"
Buzzcocks "Breakdown Footage"
  September 3, 2000
Sources for this playlist: James T., Peter A.
Host: Chris Booker
LOUD Rocks special

Incubus - Stellar
Queens of the Stone Age - The Lost Art of Keeping a Secret
Green Day - Minority
Sum 41 - Makes No Difference (Video Camera Version)
Everlast - What It's Like
The Wallflowers - Sleepwalker
Harvey Danger - Flagpole Sitta
Good Charlotte - Little Things
Fuel - Hemorrhage (In My Hands)
Vast - Free

Sick Of It All - Scratch The Surface
Cold - Just Got Wicked
Static-X - Push It
Electrasy - Morning Afterglow
Barenaked Ladies - Pinch Me
8Stops7 - Question Everything
Travis - Turn
David Gray - Babylon
U2 - Beautiful Day
Incubus - Pardon Me (Acoustic) - Live on 120 Minutes

Peter's comments: "I actually did tape MTV every week, Sunday nights through 2000. There were a couple of MTV2 specials that MTV played in the 120 Minutes time slot. Those two specials were: "The M2 Dysfunctional Family Picnic Special" (2000), and "The M2 WHFS Festival Special" (2000). Both specials featured blocks of videos and interviews by Booker from the various alternative rock bands who performed at the summer festivals. So aside from those two MTV2 specials, all garbage between those shows."

This is the last episode of 120 Minutes ever to air on MTV. The "LOUD Rocks" theme of the show promotes a CD that was released on September 5, 2000. The show moved to MTV2 as part of that channel's relaunch on January 1, 2001.


Contact Us

If you have any playlists you’d like to contribute for episodes that aren’t yet listed in the archive, or to make any corrections to existing playlists, contact us.

Back to top
The 120 Minutes Archive