What I have come across with some Hot AC stations is some still use the slogan "80's, 90's, and Today" even though we already passed one decade (2000's) and already half-way into another (2010's). Songs like "Get the Party Started," "Bad Day," and "Apologize" are already ten years old so it's not a song of today anymore. If it were, then might as well call "Don't Stop Believin" a 2000's song instead of an 80's song. It ticks me off when stations today use the "80's, 90's, and Today" slogan because songs ten years ago don't have the same hype as it did before today. I don't mind an "80's, 90's, 2K, and Today" slogan because you're mentioning all four decades and it makes more sense. Seriously, do you still consider "Unwritten" (a song that came out 10 years ago) brand new?