Flavorwire looks at 20-year-old albums, reminds us we're not getting any younger

With the recent death of the Beastie Boys' Adam Yauch, many of us have come to realize that, well, we're old. Yauch was only 47 when he died, but his passing has created cause to look back on how he was a part of the soundtrack to our lives.

In that vein, Flavorwire.com, has made a list of "20 Albums We Can't Believe Are 20 Years Old."
Included is the Beastie's Check Your Head, in which they answer the age old question: "Professor, what is another word for pirate treasure?"

And speaking of booty, Sir Mx-A-Lot's "Mack Daddy" brought Baby's Got Back to the world.

R.E.M's Automatic for the People, Tori Amos's Little Earthquakes and Green Day's Kerplunk! also made the list. Check out the list here, and then go tell those kids to get off your lawn.

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Just like Bob Seger sings in his song "Like a Rock", "Twenty Years Now, Where'd They Go?, Twenty Years, I Don't Know, Sit and I Wonder Sometimes, Where They've Gone...."


old people music; whos flavorwire anyway?