2001 | MTV2 | 120 Minutes

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October 7, 2001host Jancee Dunn
October 14, 2001Remy Zero
October 21, 2001Kenna
October 28, 2001Butthole Surfers
November 4, 2001Stereophonics
November 11, 2001Chemical Brothers
November 18, 2001host Chris Booker
November 25, 2001International Noise Conspiracy
December 2, 2001host Chris Booker
December 9, 2001Pete Yorn
December 16, 2001Starsailor
 October 7, 2001
Source for this playlist: Jim Shearer
Host: Jancee Dunn

After its slow drift off of MTV's schedule, 120 Minutes moved to MTV2 as part of that channel's relaunch on January 1, 2001, where it was reimagined for a new indie scene. However, MTV2 did not promote it and most people had no idea the show still existed at the time, so the playlists for the first several months of 2001 were never found. The records pick up again here.

The Shins, "New Slang"
Travis, "Side"
Clinic, "The Second Line"
New Order, "Crystal"
Starlight Mints, "Popsickle"
Garbage, "Androgyny"
Nick Cave, "15 Feet of Pure Snow"

The New Pornographers, "Letter From An Occupant"
Aimee Mann, "Calling It Quits"
Depeche Mode, "I Feel Loved"
Kenna, "Hell Bent"
The Hives, "Main Offender"
Butthole Surfers, "The Shame of Life"
Five For Fighting, "Superman (It's Not Easy)"

Playlists

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