Top TV Shows, Music, Movies And Events For The Class of 2005
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Our RETRO REWIND feature focuses on 10 of the biggest club videos for a particular year.
This week we go back to the class of 2005 for some of the top videos of the year mixed by DJ CRAYFISH with tracklist as well as all the biggest stories of that year.
Average Cost of new house $297,000.00
Average Median Income $46,326.00
Cost of a gallon of Gas $3.18
Hurricane Katrina strikes the Louisiana, Mississippi and Alabama coastal areas. Levees separating Lake Pontchartrain from New Orleans, Louisiana were breached by the surge, ultimately flooding roughly 80% of the city of New Orleans and 1600 perished Hurricane Katrina
Oil prices rise sharply throughout the year caused by Trouble in the Middle East, and later Hurricane Katrina.
George W. Bush starts his second term as 43rd President of the United States.
The Kyoto Protocol which is intended to cut global emissions of greenhouse gasses comes into effect, without the support of the United States and Australia.
Ellen Johnson Sirleaf is elected president of Liberia becoming the first woman president in an African Country
Earthquake measuring 6.4 on the Richter scale More than 500 people are killed and over 1,000 injured in southern Iran.
The video-sharing website “YouTube” was founded. The popular video sharing website “YouTube” was created by Chad Hurley, Steve Chen, and Jawed Karim during February of 2005. The three creators were all former Paypal employees and came up with the concept to create a platform on which it would be easier to share videos with others over the internet in a style similar to popular photo sharing sites of the time. YouTube quickly gained popularity as users began to upload and share videos on the site in record numbers. By 2006, search engine Google purchased the company for $1.65 billion in Google stock. Today billions of videos are uploaded and watched by millions of users of the website.
Earthquake magnitude 7.6 strikes Kashmir leaving an estimated 70,000 dead and 70,000 more injured
Earthquake struck off Sumatra, magnitude of 8.7 it is the second largest earthquake since 1965.
Pope John Paul II dies; over 4 million people travel to the Vatican to mourn him.
Cardinal Joseph Ratzinger has been elected as the new Pope, he has taken the name Pope Benedict XVI
MG Rover, the UK’s sole remaining volume producer goes into receivership
Tony Blair elected for third term
Britain implements The Civil Partnership Act granting civil partnerships “which include same sex partnerships” with rights and responsibilities identical to civil marriage.
The marriage of The Prince of Wales and Camilla Parker Bowles takes place
The IRA announces end to armed conflict and gives up its weapons to independent weapons inspectors
Israeli settlers are forced to leave settlements in the Gaza Strip as part of peace settlement
Syria withdraws the last of its 14,000 troop military garrison in Lebanon ending its twenty nine year military occupation
The Disneyland Resort celebrates it 50th birthday
F3 tornado strikes Evansville, Indiana killing 25 people making it one of the deadliest single tornadoes on record
Four Robotic vehicles complete the difficult task of crossing 240km across Nevada’s Mojave desert
Indonesia suffers the worst power outage blackout in history with 100 million affected
Lance Armstrong wins a record seventh straight Tours de France before his scheduled retirement
Civil unrest continues in Paris suburbs, President Jacques Chirac announced a national state of emergency
Dennis Rader, the BTK ( Bind, Torture and Kill, ) serial killer, is charged with 10 counts of murder in Wichita, Kan
Following 8 years of legal wrangling in the courts Terri Schiavo’s feeding tube is removed and she dies 13 days later.
Hurricane Stan hits Mexico and Central America killing over 1,620 people.
Eric Rudolph (Olympic Park Bomber) sentenced to multiple life sentences.
A tornado hits western Kentucky and southwestern Indiana, killing at least 22.
Michael Jackson is found not guilty of Child Molestation Charges.
New York City’s Transport Workers Union goes on strike for three days, shutting down all New York City Subway and Bus services.
Winter Ice Storms leaves nearly 1 million without power on Atlantic coast
London Bombings Four explosions rock the transport network in London, three on the London Underground and one on a bus. Over 50 deaths were reported, and over 200 injured
London wins the right to stage the 2012 Olympic Games.
Multnomah County Chair Linn, Oregon announced the county would begin granting licenses for same-sex marriages. The Oregon Supreme Court nullified nearly 3,000 marriage licenses issued to same-sex couples
Wild Fires Sweep Portugal leaving over 20 dead and thousands of acres destroyed
Terrorist bombs are planted in crowded marketplace bazaars killing at least 61 people.
A series of explosions led to an enormous fire at one of Britain’s largest oil depots Buncefield oil depot near Hemel Hempstead in Hertfordshire
( Bird Flu ) H5N1 strain of Avian Flu claims more lives in Indonesia and other countries around the globe.
The U.S. Secretary of Defense Donald Rumsfeld refuses the United Nations commission access to inmates at the Guantánamo Bay detention center
Typhoon Damrey strikes China’s island province of Hainan killing 16
President George W Bush at the G8 summit tells other leaders he will not support legally binding reductions on carbon emissions
Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, wins a landslide victory on June 25th in Iran’s presidential poll
Terrorist Attacks in Sharm al-Sheikh, Egypt kill 90
Prisoners go on hunger strike at the US Guantanamo Bay prison camp
United States Supreme Court ruled Medicinal Use Of Marijuana users can be prosecuted for violating federal drug laws.
President George W. Bush acknowledged he’d personally authorized a secret eavesdropping program in the U.S. following Sept. 11
President George W. Bush signed the new act making it harder for those with large debts to wipe clean their financial slates by declaring bankruptcy under Chapter 7 “New Bankruptcy Law”
Steve Fossett breaks world record by completing the first non-stop, non-refueled, solo flight around the world in the Virgin Atlantic GlobalFlyer.
The Superjumbo jet aircraft Airbus A380 makes its first flight from Toulouse.
Microsoft releases the Xbox 360 gaming console in North America.
The Spanish flu virus is reconstructed and shown to be closely related to the Avian flu virus.
Research by the Women’s Health Initiative (WHI) suggests that women who take Hormone Replacement Therapy are more at risk from breast cancer, heart disease and stroke.
Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire, Star Wars Episode III Revenge of the Sith, The Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe, War of the Worlds, King Kong, Madagascar, Mr. & Mrs. Smith. Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, Batman Begins, Hitch, Crash, Brokeback Mountain, Capote,
Walk the Line and more.
Top TV Shows
The West Wing, Malcolm In The Middle, Charmed, Law & Order, Grey’s Anatomy, Desperate Housewives, Two And A Half Men, Wifeswap, How I Met Your Mother, America’s Most Wanted, Prison Break, Las Vegas, The Apprentice, CSI Miami, Deal Or No Deal, CSI, American Idol, The Office, My Name Is Earl, Scrubs, Law & Order SVU, Lost, George Lopez, Survivor, Criminal Minds, Without A Trace, The Bernie Mac Show and more.
Chicago White Sox win the World Series
Reggie Bush wins the Heisman trophy
New England Patriots win the Super Bowl
Giacomo wins the Kentucky Derby
San Antonio wins the NBA championshit
No one won the NHL Stanley Cup because the season was cancelled due to a labor dispute
Video Mix Of The Top Dance Songs Of 2005
Video Mix Of The Top Dance Songs Of 2005
01 GADJO – So many times
02 MADONNA – Hung up
03 INFERNAL – From Paris to Berlin
04 MILK AND SUGAR – Shut up
05 MILK AND SUGAR – What is love
06 MICHAEL GRAY – Weekend
07 FREELOADERS – So much love to give
08 ARMAND VAN HELDEN – My my my
09 DAVID GUETTA – The world is mine
10 LIL LOVE – Little love
11 NARCOTIC THRUST – I like it
12 DJ ROSS vs. DOUBLE YOU – Beat goes on
13 UNITING NATIONS – You and me
14 MASTER BLASTER – Since you´ve been gone
15 DUNCAN & WILD – I just died
16 AXWELL – Feel the vibe
17 ROGER SANCHEZ – Turn on the music
18 BODYROCKERS – I like the way you move
19 ARMAND VAN HELDEN – Into your eyes
20 MYLO vs. MIAMI SOUND MACHINE – Doctor pressure
21 POTATOHEADZ – Narcotic
22 PARTY PIMPZ – Give it up
23 DANZEL – Put your hand up
24 FELIX DA HOUSECAT – Ready 2 wear (BENNY BENNAS)
25 BENASSI BROS feat. DHANY – Rocket in the sky
26 ATB – Believe in me
27 CONWAYS – A walk in the park
28 FUTURE TRANCE UNITED – Living in my own
01 BARACUDA – Ass up
02 EVRO vs. STATUS QUO – You´re in the army now
03 VINYLSHAKERZ – One night in Bangkok
04 UNITING NATIONS – Out of touch
05 PARTY PIMPZ – Holiday
06 DJ ROSS vs. DOUBLE YOU – Everybody get up
07 DJS @WORK – Your love
08 DANCING DJS vs. ROXETTE – Fading like a flower
09 CRAZY FROG – Popcorn
10 STAR MIND – Japanese boy
11 PREZIOSO FEAT. MARVIN – Rockin´deejays
12 S SMALL DEEJAYS – Shining for love
13 2 SMALL DEEJAYS – I only wanna be with you
14 GLOBAL DEEJAYS – The sound of San Francisco
15 GLOBAL DEEJAYS – What a feeling (flashdance)
16 GROOVE COVERAGE – Holy virgin
17 ARMIN VAN BUUREN – Serenity
18 SHANA VANGUARDE – Mamma mia
19 BOOM BOXX feat. LINDA O. – Balla da li
20 CRAZY FROG – Axel F.
21 THE REAL BOOTY BABES – Since you´ve been gone
22 DJ LHASA vs. SASH – Ecuador
23 DJ LHASA – Dancefloor
24 TIESTO – Addagio for strings
25 FLOORFILLA – Komputer melody
26 CASCADA – How do you do
27 KLUBBINGMAN – Love message
28 KLUBBINGMAN – (We call it) Revolution