Earlier this week, The Postal Service updated their website with a cryptic “The Postal Service 2013,” later updating it with a new date at Barcelona’s Primavera Sound and plans to re-issue their seminal 2003 album Give Up for the 10th anniversary. Additionally, The Mars Volta – whose debut album De-Loused in the Comatorium came out in 2003 – announced the break-up of the band today.

It’s hard to believe these albums have been out for a decade. Today’s #ThrowbackThursday, we pay tribute to other albums hitting the 10 year milestone in 2013.

The Postal Service
Album: Give Up
Song: “Such Great Heights”

50 Cent
Album: Get Rich or Die Trying
Song: “Wanksta”

The Mars Volta
Album: De-Loused in the Comatorium
Song: “Inertiatic ESP”

Outkast
Album: Speakerboxx
Song: “The Way You Move”

Radiohead
Album: Hail to the Thief
Song: “There, There”

Jay-Z
Album: The Black Album
Song: “Dirt off Your Shoulder”

Muse
Album: Absolution
Song: “Hysteria”

Kings of Leon
Album: Youth and Young Manhood
Song: “Molly’s Chambers”

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