This is the TC 10 top 120 of 2003, a complete list of every song to make the TC 10 since its debut on March 9, 2003.
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After 17 years of operation, the cult-classic music-video series, 120 Minutes, closed up shop for good. For the final episode, MTV2 brought back former hosts Dave Kendall and Matt Pinfield. After the cameras were turned off, Jim Shearer corralled Dave and Matt and talked with them about the legacy they left behind.
The final episode of 120 Minutes from its original 17-year run aired on MTV2 the night of Sunday, May 4, 2003, from 1 a.m. until 3 a.m. ET. Jim Shearer hosted; he was joined by two former 120 Minutes hosts, Dave Kendall and Matt Pinfield.
120 Minutes was, in various formats, MTV’s premier alternative music video series in the United States. The program originally aired on MTV from 1986 to 2000, then on MTV2 from 2001 to 2003, when MTV2 replaced it with its one-time successor, Subterranean. In 2011, MTV2 resurrected the program briefly as 120 Minutes with Matt Pinfield. Here, we outline the full history of the long-running series.
Let’s get meta. This page of The 120 Minutes Archive is about the archive itself, with our most frequently asked questions, some of the press that we’ve received, and how you can reach out and contact us.
The TC 10 was my personal weekly music countdown from 2003 to 2006. It was also the main source of data for my year-end music reviews during those four years. Inside, all 200 weekly countdowns in their entirety, a list of all the vintage clips I selected, and a comprehensive table of statistics.