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Subject: What are you listening to -- Mid and Late 2000s Rock/Metal/Pop-Rock/Emo edition

Written By: 2001 on 01/04/16 at 9:24 pm

Trigger warning for JordanK1982  :D

Early 2000s rock seems to get a love here, deservedly, but mid-2000s rock still get a lot of hate, mainly hate for Fall Out Boy and My Chemical Romance, and the whole peak emo thing. But I couldn't have survived middle and high school without these bands! I can't be the only one who likes it. So let's hear 'em!

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1. Memory by Sugarcult (2004) - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=elTPMgkvWU4
2. I've Slept With Someone in Fall Out Boy And All I Got Was This Stupid Song Written About Me by Fall Out Boy - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KOdDmWtDRkc





General thread rules:
1) Please only list one or two songs at a time, so people can take each post bite-sized. Listing 20 songs at the same time would kill the thread very quickly, ain't nobody got time for that.
2) Link YouTube links externally instead of embedding them; so people can continue browsing inthe00s and not have the music stop.
3) Try to include album art! Visual information > written information.
4) Try not to be a hater, although I know sometimes you can't help it lol.

Subject: Re: What are you listening to -- Mid and Late 2000s Rock/Metal/Pop-Rock/Emo edition

Written By: JordanK1982 on 01/04/16 at 11:31 pm

Triggered! >:(

Subject: Re: What are you listening to -- Mid and Late 2000s Rock/Metal/Pop-Rock/Emo edition

Written By: 2001 on 02/11/16 at 4:28 pm

Bad news for you. My 10-year old sister loves Sugar We're Goin' Down ;D

Subject: Re: What are you listening to -- Mid and Late 2000s Rock/Metal/Pop-Rock/Emo edition

Written By: Baltimoreian on 02/11/16 at 4:32 pm


Triggered! >:(


Dude, they're just songs. People can just get nostalgic over any era and they don't claim as a fact. Same with how I don't like most of this decade's music. I respect people's opinions on it and not go nostalgically biased.

Subject: Re: What are you listening to -- Mid and Late 2000s Rock/Metal/Pop-Rock/Emo edition

Written By: Zelek2 on 02/11/16 at 4:34 pm

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eqOsE8HRZJQ

I don't know why this is so funny but it is.

Subject: Re: What are you listening to -- Mid and Late 2000s Rock/Metal/Pop-Rock/Emo edition

Written By: 2001 on 02/11/16 at 5:44 pm


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eqOsE8HRZJQ

I don't know why this is so funny but it is.


LOL I've never seen that one before  ;D I love that song though!

Subject: Re: What are you listening to -- Mid and Late 2000s Rock/Metal/Pop-Rock/Emo edition

Written By: JordanK1982 on 02/11/16 at 10:51 pm


Bad news for you. My 10-year old sister loves Sugar We're Goin' Down ;D


I'd expect better of the youth of today. If you showed that song to me, I'd scoff and say "The only Fall Out Boy I'll ever listen to is the Project Rocket Split and Evening Out With Your Girlfriend"!


Dude, they're just songs. People can just get nostalgic over any era and they don't claim as a fact. Same with how I don't like most of this decade's music. I respect people's opinions on it and not go nostalgically biased.

???

...Uhh... Dude... You know I was playing along with his joke right? I know I don't like 2004-2009 or whatever but I still have a sense of humor about it. I don't have a problem with anyone's nostalgia.

Subject: Re: What are you listening to -- Mid and Late 2000s Rock/Metal/Pop-Rock/Emo edition

Written By: 2001 on 02/15/16 at 10:21 pm

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Fire Away - Kill The Alarm (2007) - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QgNlEHnLVaY

Subject: Re: What are you listening to -- Mid and Late 2000s Rock/Metal/Pop-Rock/Emo edition

Written By: Baltimoreian on 02/16/16 at 4:28 pm


...Uhh... Dude... You know I was playing along with his joke right? I know I don't like 2004-2009 or whatever but I still have a sense of humor about it. I don't have a problem with anyone's nostalgia.


Ok

Subject: Re: What are you listening to -- Mid and Late 2000s Rock/Metal/Pop-Rock/Emo edition

Written By: 2001 on 02/16/16 at 6:37 pm

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the few that remain - Set Your Goals (2009) - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_Z3MP5L7UOY

Thanks Jordan for reminding me ;D I can't be the only late 80/early 90 baby here. I know you guys were listening to emo and denied it in school >:( But this is a safe space :P

Subject: Re: What are you listening to -- Mid and Late 2000s Rock/Metal/Pop-Rock/Emo edition

Written By: JordanK1982 on 02/16/16 at 10:53 pm

Faux-Emo safe space? Gross. 8-P

Ok, ok, there is one song out of the entire post-2003 world that I like (haha, I'm such a goof). 

http://a2.mzstatic.com/us/r30/Music/v4/9c/d3/4f/9cd34f21-236b-5cda-2396-14f8d80730c1/cover170x170.jpeg

The Shore - Mashlin (2005) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uNgJlkYZ8jA

FUN FACT: The singer was in an early 00's Pop Punk band called Agent Felix. They lasted from 1998 to 2003 (the entire Y2K era/late 90's/early 00's :P). They only have a few releases, one rad full length from 2000 called "Cooler Than You" and another from 2002 called "When Pigs Fly". Perfectly captures the vibe of those times.

Wait... There's more..... :o

http://www.musikexpress.de/wp-content/uploads/2004/07/02/04/ME-ART-PIC-2004-07-081-002_BINARY_243492-200x199.jpg

All Downhill From Here - New Found Glory (2004) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lK5Sdj08Lco

Failure's Not Flattering - New Found Glory (2004) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wIDgXShFOyM

This album isn't as good as their 2000 self-titled and the 2002 Sticks and Stones but it's still got a lot of really good songs.

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Shut Up - Simple Plan https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Lpds3V90VbM (2004)

This album is less-than-half good. It's not at all as good as the mighty No Pads... and a lot of the songs really suck but Shut Up is a good song.

Subject: Re: What are you listening to -- Mid and Late 2000s Rock/Metal/Pop-Rock/Emo edition

Written By: 2001 on 02/18/16 at 11:08 am


Faux-Emo safe space? Gross. 8-P


What part of safe space don't you get? You're scaring people away!  >:(

The Mashlin song is good stuff! And I could have sworn Shut Up came out in 2002  :o NFG is awesome as always  8) (even their 2015 stuff  ;D)

What do you think about this song?

https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/en/8/81/Unwritten_Law_-_Here's_to_the_Mourning_cover.jpg

Save Me - Unwritten Law (2005) - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rRKJa7HQcmM

Subject: Re: What are you listening to -- Mid and Late 2000s Rock/Metal/Pop-Rock/Emo edition

Written By: JordanK1982 on 02/18/16 at 11:13 am

Scaring people off to the early 00's!

Yeah, a Mashlin's pretty cool band! Shut Up seems like a 2000-2002 song but it's 2004 (surprisingly!) and NFG died in 2004! >:(

I didn't know you liked Unwritten Law! They're one of my favorite bands! That song could be worse but that album as a whole is definitely one of their weakest.

Subject: Re: What are you listening to -- Mid and Late 2000s Rock/Metal/Pop-Rock/Emo edition

Written By: JordanK1982 on 02/18/16 at 11:24 am

http://grpunk.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/02/220px-Good_Riddance_-_My_Republic_cover.jpg

Darkest Days - Good Riddance (2006) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=O1oBi-uEy4E

This album is definitely their weakest especially considering it was released after 2001's mighty Symptoms of a Leveling Spirit and 2003's mighty Bound by Ties of Blood and Affection (albums you should probably listen to first) but I like this song. It's the best off the whole album.

Subject: Re: What are you listening to -- Mid and Late 2000s Rock/Metal/Pop-Rock/Emo edition

Written By: 2001 on 02/18/16 at 8:51 pm

John Kasich's favourite bands are Fall Out Boy and Linkin Park.

Subject: Re: What are you listening to -- Mid and Late 2000s Rock/Metal/Pop-Rock/Emo edition

Written By: 2001 on 02/18/16 at 8:55 pm


http://grpunk.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/02/220px-Good_Riddance_-_My_Republic_cover.jpg

Darkest Days - Good Riddance (2006) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=O1oBi-uEy4E

This album is definitely their weakest especially considering it was released after 2001's mighty Symptoms of a Leveling Spirit and 2003's mighty Bound by Ties of Blood and Affection (albums you should probably listen to first) but I like this song. It's the best off the whole album.


Good stuff!! The MV looks like it came out of 1999  ;D

Subject: Re: What are you listening to -- Mid and Late 2000s Rock/Metal/Pop-Rock/Emo edition

Written By: JordanK1982 on 02/18/16 at 11:17 pm


Good stuff!! The MV looks like it came out of 1999  ;D


Haha, yeah, it kinda does!

Subject: Re: What are you listening to -- Mid and Late 2000s Rock/Metal/Pop-Rock/Emo edition

Written By: JordanK1982 on 03/07/16 at 11:39 pm

I am not helping my case by posting here but oh well...

http://cdn.discogs.com/eTBQIkou4Eol7vSfYMRUqJywQVE=/fit-in/300x300/filters:strip_icc():format(jpeg):mode_rgb()/discogs-images/R-5466695-1402377647-4239.jpeg.jpg

Sleep So Sound - The Artist Life (2008) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hYu0ZNxGBs8

This is one of the best EP's to have come out in recent years. It sounds more like a song from 1999 than 2008 which is why I like it. Oh, Canada! 

Subject: Re: What are you listening to -- Mid and Late 2000s Rock/Metal/Pop-Rock/Emo edition

Written By: 2001 on 03/08/16 at 10:22 am

Burlington?! That's the enemy city! All the snobs live there! >:( I can't enjoy this.

This sounds very early 2000s despite coming out 2011. It's not late 2000s but I had no idea where else to put it lol.

http://coretexrecords.com/bilder/produkte/gross/Better-Luck-Next-Time-a-lifetime-of-learning.jpg

In The End - Better Luck Next Time (2011)  -  http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fGeLdROURTA

Subject: Re: What are you listening to -- Mid and Late 2000s Rock/Metal/Pop-Rock/Emo edition

Written By: JordanK1982 on 03/08/16 at 4:05 pm


Burlington?! That's the enemy city! All the snobs live there! >:( I can't enjoy this.

This sounds very early 2000s despite coming out 2011. It's not late 2000s but I had no idea where else to put it lol.

http://coretexrecords.com/bilder/produkte/gross/Better-Luck-Next-Time-a-lifetime-of-learning.jpg

In The End - Better Luck Next Time (2011)  -  http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fGeLdROURTA


;)

Not too bad. This sounds pretty 1998-2002!

Subject: Re: What are you listening to -- Mid and Late 2000s Rock/Metal/Pop-Rock/Emo edition

Written By: JordanK1982 on 03/08/16 at 5:04 pm

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Eulogy - The Flatliners (2007) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=d0swGZXbW7I

This song's not too bad. These guys are another bunch of beaver beer drinkers from Canada so maybe you will like them (they come from Richmond Hill. I don't know if you have something against them, too).

http://www.punknews.org/images/covers/the_flatliners-destroy_to_create.jpg

There's a Problem - The Flatliners (2005) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=42wo84sdNlQ

I forgot this album existed. Super rad, though. I thought it came out in 2001 or 2002 (which would make sense) but it actually came out in 2005. What's something like this doing in 2005!? This has no business being released during that time!! It's far too fast!!!

Subject: Re: What are you listening to -- Mid and Late 2000s Rock/Metal/Pop-Rock/Emo edition

Written By: 2001 on 03/08/16 at 5:29 pm

Wow, Richmond Hill is the city I live in right now. I did not know talent could come from such a boring city like this! It's a really good song.

Err, I think I'll need some time to warm up to the second one. :( Or at least to understand it.

Subject: Re: What are you listening to -- Mid and Late 2000s Rock/Metal/Pop-Rock/Emo edition

Written By: JordanK1982 on 03/08/16 at 6:08 pm


Wow, Richmond Hill is the city I live in right now. I did not know talent could come from such a boring city like this! It's a really good song.

Err, I think I'll need some time to warm up to the second one. :( Or at least to understand it.


Yeah, they're a really good band. Thing is I don't know how I ended up with their or the Artist Life's CD. Big mystery to me. Like, I got this box and it's full of old CD's; I know what year they are because of the copyright on the back and I saw stuff like 2005, 2007, 2008 etc. Needless to say I was shocked I had CD's from that recent. I think my uncle might of given them to me (he's not too big into this stuff but he watches a lot of Much Music and buys the CD when he sees something he likes). But yeah, the second one is the raddest!

I'm gonna post another one from your favorite city:

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Beach Towns And Foolish Clowns - The Artist Life (2008) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Yg6qUbkAl7w

This is definitely one of the best songs on the EP. This sounds like it came out in 1998, what's it doing in 2008!? This song is probably the best song of 2008/2009 next to Sleep So Sound.

Subject: Re: What are you listening to -- Mid and Late 2000s Rock/Metal/Pop-Rock/Emo edition

Written By: 2001 on 03/08/16 at 6:20 pm

It- It is pretty good smacks of privilege! I could listen to this all day These people don't deserve a penny of my money or viewing time!  >:(

Subject: Re: What are you listening to -- Mid and Late 2000s Rock/Metal/Pop-Rock/Emo edition

Written By: JordanK1982 on 03/08/16 at 6:30 pm


It- It is pretty good smacks of privilege! I could listen to this all day These people don't deserve a penny of my money or viewing time!  >:(


"Thou smacks of privilege! Whoth uncouth thee! To Ye Ole Warped Tour 1905 I sent you to!"

Here's another one that's really good:

http://2.bp.blogspot.com/-5PF7BOqkT5Y/Ub6VoHzjU_I/AAAAAAAAATA/ErQtCSvjewA/s1600/Living+EP.jpg

Waiting Room - The Artist Life (2007) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1J5BzYAnWUg

You know who they sound like? The Ataris! Even his voice sounds a lot like Kris Roe's! This, once again, sounds like a song from 1998 and is really good (especially for 2007! Woah!). Even though it's way after that time, this reminds me of the music I listened to while skipping school to skate in 1999 (like The Ataris, for example). The song's off their lesser known self-released debut (and the entire thing is really good) which is on par with Let's Start a Riot. Don't listen to their "official debut" Impossible because it sounds like crappy 2005 Pop Punk (Why!? Why did they have to regress to an awful, awful sound!?) and I am hugely disappointed.

Subject: Re: What are you listening to -- Mid and Late 2000s Rock/Metal/Pop-Rock/Emo edition

Written By: 2001 on 03/08/16 at 6:49 pm

I told you you would start getting nostalgic for 2007! Also, I don't buy your story about your uncle giving you all these CDs. ;) ;)

That is a pretty good song No comment. I think I'll do some of my own digging into this band No good music can come out of that city, the most interesting there is Applebees!

Whose official debut are you talking about?

Subject: Re: What are you listening to -- Mid and Late 2000s Rock/Metal/Pop-Rock/Emo edition

Written By: JordanK1982 on 03/08/16 at 6:57 pm


I told you you would start getting nostalgic for 2007! Also, I don't buy your story about your uncle giving you all these CDs. ;) ;)

That is a pretty good song No comment. I think I'll do some of my own digging into this band No good music can come out of that city, the most interesting there is Applebees!

Whose official debut are you talking about?


I am still not nostalgic for 2007 but this is some really good music. I dunno if my uncle bought them for me but he's bought me some weird sh!t in the past so it's not far off to think he bought me these, too. I honestly don't know where the hell I got them. I sure as hell don't remember buying them myself. Flatliner's Great Awake might of come from the Fat Wreck mailer (since they're signed to that label) but I dunno why I have Let's Start a Riot. I wanna get the Living CD if I can find it. This is really good.

Burlington seems to have a lot of good bands. ;)

The Artist Life's offical debut. It's crap: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CDKbnouMdDo Living is much, much better.

Subject: What are you listening to -- Late 90's/Early 00s Rock/Metal/Pop-Punk/Emo edition

Written By: JordanK1982 on 03/08/16 at 10:46 pm

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Julie H. - Dynamite Boy (1998) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Xi6Gzc4EMe4

I absolutely love this song! Ever since it came out, it's been one of my all-time favorites! I can't tell you how many times I've skipped school to skate with Julie H. on repeat in my Discman. One of the many great songs from the early 00's. I still own this CD and since the full album isn't on YouTube, I might just upload it myself.

;)

Subject: Re: What are you listening to -- Late 90's/Early 00s Rock/Metal/Pop-Punk/Emo edition

Written By: 2001 on 03/09/16 at 9:28 am


http://images.artistdirect.com/Images/Sources/AMGCOVERS/music/cover200/dre800/e809/e80946qwjlu.jpg

Julie H. - Dynamite Boy (1998) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Xi6Gzc4EMe4

I absolutely love this song! Ever since it came out, it's been one of my all-time favorites! I can't tell you how many times I've skipped school to skate with Julie H. on repeat in my Discman. One of the many great songs from the early 00's. I still own this CD and since the full album isn't on YouTube, I might just upload it myself.

;)


I see what you did there with the title!  >:(

You used to skip school to listen to this? You definitely have Gen X traits LOL. This song is awesome  :D A great addition to my 1990-1998 playlist. :P

Subject: Re: What are you listening to -- Late 90's/Early 00s Rock/Metal/Pop-Punk/Emo edition

Written By: JordanK1982 on 03/09/16 at 9:33 am


I see what you did there with the title!  >:(

You used to skip school to listen to this? You definitely have Gen X traits LOL. This song is awesome  :D A great addition to my 1990-1998 playlist. :P


I made it better! Now I can contribute much more to this thread.

Yep! I'd put this baby in my discman and skate around the town! Very Gen X of me. You have you put it in a 1998-2002 playlist, though. This song almost sticks out like a sore thumb compared to the rest of the 90's songs!

Here's another:

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Nowhere Slow - Home Grown (1998) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sidtSNuzHu8

It's not wrong to say that this band (and album next to 2002's Kings of Pop. See? Spirit of '98 as the sequel came out in 2002) is one of the greatest things of all time. These guys perfected the early 00's formula for everyone else to copy. Anyone who saw them open for blink's Poo Poo Pee Pee Tour in 1998 would remember how amazing Home Grown were on stage. It was incredible see all these bands on the top of their game playing at their best. You need to make a 1998-2002 playlist for this stuff! This was my go to album to skip school with in 1998. I loved it so much like you wouldn't believe.

Subject: Re: What are you listening to -- Mid and Late 2000s Rock/Metal/Pop-Rock/Emo edition

Written By: 2001 on 03/17/16 at 10:39 pm

They're an awesome band! I liked this song off their King of Pop album.

https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/en/1/19/Home_Grown_-_Kings_of_Pop_cover.jpg

Disaster/Cosmic Persuasion/Come On Vietnam/Nickel Evettes - Home Grown (2002) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=V-HUiboaSnw

These are awesome songs to skip school with. Too bad skipping uni classes isn't as Xtreme.  :(

Subject: What are you listening to -- Late 90's/Early 00s Rock/Metal/Pop Punk/Emo edition

Written By: JordanK1982 on 03/17/16 at 10:48 pm


They're an awesome band! I liked this song off their King of Pop album.

https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/en/1/19/Home_Grown_-_Kings_of_Pop_cover.jpg

Disaster/Cosmic Persuasion/Come On Vietnam/Nickel Evettes - Home Grown (2002) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=V-HUiboaSnw

These are awesome songs to skip school with. Too bad skipping uni classes isn't as Xtreme.  :(


You forgot to change the title! 2002 is utmost Xtreme! as it is a late 90's year! By the way, it's just called Disaster. I dunno why Youtube added all that random sh!t. Weird. ;D But man, are Kings of Pop and Act Your Age rad or what!? Home Grown have been always been a huge favorite of mine. Skipping school was only Xtreme in the late 90's and early 00's when frosted tip teenagers did it. If you're wondering, I never actually frosted my tips. Not once. I dyed my hair a few times but never frosted my hair. ;D

http://img.maniadb.com/images/album_t/150/121/121031_1_f.jpg

Planet Earth - Home Grown (1997) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=s58H3ay_uLk

This is off a Duran Duran tribute from 1997 but this cover is super good. It's got a little bit of ska but it sounds super early 00's, especially for a song from 1997. I don't normally like tribute albums but I really like this one.

Subject: Re: What are you listening to -- Late 2000s Rock/Metal/Pop-Rock/Emo edition

Written By: 2001 on 03/17/16 at 11:06 pm


You forgot to change the title! 2002 is utmost Xtreme! as it is a late 90's year! By the way, it's just called Disaster. I dunno why Youtube added all that random sh!t. Weird. ;D But man, are Kings of Pop and Act Your Age rad or what!? Home Grown have been always been a huge favorite of mine. Skipping school was only Xtreme in the late 90's and early 00's when frosted tip teenagers did it. If you're wondering, I never actually frosted my tips. Not once. I dyed my hair a few times but never frosted my hair. ;D

http://img.maniadb.com/images/album_t/150/121/121031_1_f.jpg

Planet Earth - Home Grown (1997) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=s58H3ay_uLk

This is off a Duran Duran tribute from 1997 but this cover is super good. It's got a little bit of ska but it sounds super early 00's, especially for a song from 1997. I don't normally like tribute albums but I really like this one.


Weird. On Spotify it also has the long title. You not frosting your tips makes you sound less Xtreme. I'm disappointed. Next you're telling me you didn't even spike it (spiking your hair with gel was a 2005 early 2000s thing as well btw). You dyed your hair?? Did you dye it black?  ;)

Damn, that song is really good, especially towards the end.  :D

Subject: What are you listening to -- Late 90's/Early 00s Rock/Metal/Pop Punk/Emo edition

Written By: JordanK1982 on 03/17/16 at 11:18 pm


Weird. On Spotify it also has the long title. You not frosting your tips makes you sound less Xtreme. I'm disappointed. Next you're telling me you didn't even spike it (spiking your hair with gel was a 2005 early 2000s thing as well btw). You dyed your hair?? Did you dye it black?  ;)

Damn, that song is really good, especially towards the end.  :D


The back of my CD just says 'Disaster'. Dirty blonde hair and frosted tips don't look good together at all. I still spike it, though! :P No way, I looked up 2005 photos and everyone had the wings haircut! Everyone in 2000-2002 had frosted tips, though. ;D I dyed it red, blue, orange, and green. Oh yeah, I also bleached the entire thing a few times, too. Never black, though. I didn't wanna be mistaken for a Justin Pearson wannabe. ;)

It's too good for a cover! This entire tribute albums is filled with good sheesh.

http://c3.cduniverse.ws/resized/144x205/music/622/6347622.jpg

I'm Real - The Starting Line (2002) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zPWr6UTZxEE

Here's a weird one. It's the Starting Line bringing their brand of Emo-Pop Punk and using it to cover Jennifer Lopez! I spoke too soon when I said "I guess Rap and Emo never mixed" because he does weird Emo bleached hair raps throughout the songs. Why did rap have to mix with every single rock genre in 1998-2002!? I love this cover, though. It's one of the best.

Subject: Re: What are you listening to -- Late 2000s Rock/Metal/Pop-Rock/Emo edition

Written By: 2001 on 03/17/16 at 11:32 pm


The back of my CD just says 'Disaster'. Dirty blonde hair and frosted tips don't look good together at all. I still spike it, though! :P No way, I looked up 2005 photos and everyone had the wings haircut! Everyone in 2000-2002 had frosted tips, though. ;D I dyed it red, blue, orange, and green. Oh yeah, I also bleached the entire thing a few times, too. Never black, though. I didn't wanna be mistaken for a Justin Pearson wannabe. ;)

It's too good for a cover! This entire tribute albums is filled with good sheesh.

http://c3.cduniverse.ws/resized/144x205/music/622/6347622.jpg

I'm Real - The Starting Line (2002) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zPWr6UTZxEE

Here's a weird one. It's the Starting Line bringing their brand of Emo-Pop Punk and using it to cover Jennifer Lopez! I spoke too soon when I said "I guess Rap and Emo never mixed" because he does weird Emo bleached hair raps throughout the songs. Why did rap have to mix with every single rock genre in 1998-2002!? I love this cover, though. It's one of the best.


I read on Wikipedia that scene fashion stayed popular in the early '10s on the West Coast, but not on the East Coast.

From 2010-2013, the androgynous scene subculture (also known regionally as "Shamate" and "Coloridos") remained common in the West Coast United States, Europe, Australasia, parts of Asia, and Latin America, especially in the Brazilian city of Fortaleza.

I'm also going to throw a bone and say it didn't catch on in the East until 2007. 2007, 2008, early 2009 = emo shag era. 2006 was half and half.

Also, blue/green/orange hair is very late 2000s of you.  ;) Auditioning for Paramore?

That song is hilarious  ;D This is the definitive version.

Subject: What are you listening to -- Late 90's/Early 00s Rock/Metal/Pop Punk/Emo edition

Written By: JordanK1982 on 03/17/16 at 11:41 pm


I read on Wikipedia that scene fashion stayed popular in the early '10s on the West Coast, but not on the East Coast.

I'm also going to throw a bone and say it didn't catch on in the East until 2007. 2007, 2008, early 2009 = emo shag era. 2006 was half and half.

Also, blue/green/orange hair is very late 2000s of you.  ;) Auditioning for Paramore?

That song is hilarious  ;D This is the definitive version.


Scene culture has a weird history. People called poseurs "scenesters" as far back as 1996 when I first started going to shows. Hell, in 2004, faux-Emo kids were called "scene kids", too.

Ok, fine, even though I know that this isn't true, let's just say 2000-2002 = frosted tips and spikes; 2004-onward = sh!tty slicked up hair. Deal? ;)

Ew gross. I dyed my hair blue/green/orange (no, not at the same time) because of NoFX.

Haha, I agree! So much better than the original. Jesus, the way he sings those lines is too good. Only in 1998-2002, man. Funny thing is, he can try to sound "street" when he raps but he still ends of sounding like a sad bleached hair pop punk kid. Speaking of Punky raps...

http://a4.mzstatic.com/us/r30/Music/v4/08/f8/4c/08f84c75-8fa8-d725-6b48-8598a33a3056/cover170x170.jpeg

Get Back - Zebrahead (1998) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HHF3CcN-ga4

Pop Punk and Rap mixing together once again!! This song is pretty rad. He even says a line about my main man Trump (word). I dunno what it was about Pop Punk and Rap. Who thought it was a good idea and why did everyone buy the CD's? I mean it sounds good but still...

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Written By: 2001 on 03/18/16 at 7:10 pm

LOL I'm not sure if I like rap and rock mixing very much. Actually, I've been having mixed experiences with zebrahead in general :(

I didn't like The Playmate of the Year song you linked in another thread much either. *hides*

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Written By: mqg96 on 03/18/16 at 8:23 pm


http://a4.mzstatic.com/us/r30/Music/v4/08/f8/4c/08f84c75-8fa8-d725-6b48-8598a33a3056/cover170x170.jpeg


I remember having a dream looooong time ago when was real little inside of a room that almost looked exactly like this with all those chairs, except the woman wasn't in the seat.

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Written By: JordanK1982 on 03/18/16 at 10:05 pm


LOL I'm not sure if I like rap and rock mixing very much. Actually, I've been having mixed experiences with zebrahead in general :(

I didn't like The Playmate of the Year song you linked in another thread much either. *hides*


I'm not mad, don't worry. :P Rap and Rock isn't for everyone so you're fine but I don't know if you'd like the early 00's (1998-2002) very much because Rap and Rock always mixed when you least expected it (i.e. when Good Charlotte randomly add raps in their music about OJ Simpsons. Where the hell did that come from???).


I remember having a dream looooong time ago when was real little inside of a room that almost looked exactly like this with all those chairs, except the woman wasn't in the seat.


Haha, trippy sh!t man!

Subject: What are you listening to -- Late 90's/Early 00s Rock/Metal/Pop Punk/Emo edition

Written By: JordanK1982 on 03/19/16 at 9:36 am

http://rymimg.com/lk/f/l/d3ac3bebf159b0e02ade4d6e16dba2f4/2373569.jpg

The Weather or Not - d.b.s. (2001) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qC_uM2-cNvs

Man, this song is too rad for words. These guys are from B.C., too! Thing about these guys is their transition into Emo is weirder than Sewing With Nancie/The Reason. So, they started in the early 90's and from 1994-1996, their albums are pure Pop Punk. Roughly, around 1997 they recorded all these Post-Hardcore/Emo songs but never released them (until 2000). Instead, in 1998, they released another album that was pretty Emo but still had a bit of their Pop Punk sound left in. Then, finally, in 1999 they went full on Post-Hardcore/Emo and continued this sound until 2001 when they broke up. Listening to this type of calm Emo sh!t brings me back to sitting outside on a warm summer night at 12 am in 1998-2002 n thinkin' 'bout sh!ts. Man, those were good times. 

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Written By: JordanK1982 on 03/19/16 at 11:34 am

http://www.punknews.org/images/covers/brand_new-your_favourite_weapon.jpg

Seventy Times 7 - Brand New (2001) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sCrgIDXVL-w

http://www.punknews.org/images/covers/taking_back_sunday-tell_all_your_friends.jpg

There's No "I" in Team - Taking Back Sunday (2002) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wZIO3DK_nk4

You have to listen to these songs together. Why? Because it's like a Hip Hop Feud. ;) Read the lyrics and you'll see the connections between the two.

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Written By: 2001 on 03/19/16 at 4:09 pm

Haha, that's super cool! Why were they feuding though? ;D These songs are really good. They're poetic too, in a MySpace kind of way. ;) ;) (admittedly this is way better than mid-2000s stuff)

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Written By: 2001 on 03/19/16 at 5:29 pm

I really like this song lol. It came out recently!

https://i.ytimg.com/vi/aonAynyvmRw/maxresdefault.jpg

Regular World - Spirit Animal (2016)  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dfOnfc8NHjU

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Written By: JordanK1982 on 03/19/16 at 10:33 pm


Haha, that's super cool! Why were they feuding though? ;D These songs are really good. They're poetic too, in a MySpace kind of way. ;) ;) (admittedly this is way better than mid-2000s stuff)


Ok, so Jesse (Brand New's singer) and John (Taking Back Sunday's second singer. The less whiny one) liked the same girl, right? So John made out with her and Jesse got super pissed and they both blew it out of proportion and these songs were created. Almost the entire albums (Your Favorite Weapon/Tell All Your Friends) are about each other and how much of a sh!thead they think they are. It is not poetic in a MySpace way! This is poetic in a 1998 Keepsake/Lifetime/Save The Day way. ;)

http://www.punknews.org/images/covers/brand_new-your_favourite_weapon.jpg
The Shower Scene - Brand New (2001) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bnu65D7954I


http://www.punknews.org/images/covers/taking_back_sunday-tell_all_your_friends.jpg
Cute Without the "E" (Cut From The Team) - Taking Back Sunday (2002) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JaAwdmrsk3M

Once again I suggest you listen back-to-back and read the lyrics to see the tie-ins. Pretty rad stuff. ;)


I really like this song lol. It came out recently!

https://i.ytimg.com/vi/aonAynyvmRw/maxresdefault.jpg

Regular World - Spirit Animal (2016)  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dfOnfc8NHjU


This is too hipsters for me. :-\\ They're even named Spirit Animal! That name's only meant for Tumblr!



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Written By: 2001 on 03/20/16 at 1:04 am

Hehe, I liked the comment in the second video "Myspace days right there, good fudgein times lol" ;D I really like Brand New. I'm listening to their other songs on the album you recommended. 0O

Haha, yeah I read the lyrics while I listened to those songs. That's more emo than your regular 2005 emo ;D

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Written By: JordanK1982 on 03/20/16 at 5:01 am


Hehe, I liked the comment in the second video "Myspace days right there, good fudgein times lol" ;D I really like Brand New. I'm listening to their other songs on the album you recommended. 0O

Haha, yeah I read the lyrics while I listened to those songs. That's more emo than your regular 2005 emo ;D


Yeah... I saw that... >:( How on earth is a 2002 album a part of the "fudgin myspaze dazy lol"!? People can say what they want about every other TBS/Brand New album but their first albums are real classic Emo albums. I really like Your Favorite Weapon, too. It's their best. Thoughts on Tell All You Friends? That album is kinda funny because you can tell it's pre-Myspace (I shake my fist at that guy) because of how off key they're singing. This sound is straight outta the late 90s! >:(

See, I told ya! They're so Emo that they can't even confine their emotions to themselves; they have to take them out on other people. ;D

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Written By: JordanK1982 on 03/20/16 at 10:43 pm

"Fudging good MySpace days" I'm still pissed off about that sh!t.

Anyways...

http://cache.cart-imgs.fc2.com/user_img/fixingahole/item_35_1.jpg

You Are The One - The Kobanes (2009) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IX08nJmtdlg

I'm listening to this because the drummer of this band recommended me his stuff so I decided to give it a listen. So far this is my favorite of theirs. They are a rude, crude, un-PC throwback to the mid 90's-early 00's style of Pop Punk. Some of their albums are even a bit more late 80's-ish (not this one). I am surprised this came out in 2009! Better than the MySpace garbage from 2004-2007.

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Written By: 2001 on 03/22/16 at 6:26 pm

When that started off I was thinking "woah that's way too hipster for you". It's really good!

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Written By: JordanK1982 on 03/22/16 at 11:21 pm


When that started off I was thinking "woah that's way too hipster for you". It's really good!


Haha, I can see why the intro would make you think that but then it goes into straight 1995 Pop Punk! The drummer is a really cool dude. I've been talking to him recently and he knows all the right bands. He's roughly the same age as me which makes me feel more connected when listening to this band as these dudes are of my own age.

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Written By: 2001 on 03/23/16 at 12:32 am


Haha, I can see why the intro would make you think that but then it goes into straight 1995 Pop Punk! The drummer is a really cool dude. I've been talking to him recently and he knows all the right bands. He's roughly the same age as me which makes me feel more connected when listening to this band as these dudes are of my own age.


Makes sense, because I feel a connection to Miley Cyrus' music. not

My friends are nostalgic over The Fall of Troy and Alexisonfire.

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Written By: JordanK1982 on 03/23/16 at 12:34 am


Makes sense, because I feel a connection to Miley Cyrus' music. not

My friends are nostalgic over The Fall of Troy and Alexisonfire.


8-P

The only Alexisonfire album I like is the first one from 2002.

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Written By: JordanK1982 on 03/24/16 at 2:36 pm

I can't believe I am admitting I like this but...

https://artwork-cdn.7static.com/static/img/sleeveart/00/000/568/0000056852_200.jpg

Same Old Song - Sev (2002) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KBoTitE9Vz0 (or if you're dying to watch the Pepsi Remix music video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XUTu_Ap6LB4)

Yes, yes. It's Nu Metal Rappy Pop Punk but it's the only thing close to Nu Metal (and Breaking Benjamin's debut) that I like. Yes, they rap about "frontin'" and "puttin' ya handz up" but it's a good song, dammit! It reminds me of both: a summer afternoon in 2002 sittin' around and having Rap Metal Pepsi commercials infiltrate my television every 5 minutes and a warm summer night in 2002 once again having Rap Metal Pepsi commercials infiltrate my television every 5 minutes. Good times... 

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Written By: 2001 on 03/24/16 at 2:49 pm

Haha, I listened to it yesterday when you mentioned it in the other thread. It's a decent tune, but the lyrics are a bit bland :P

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Written By: JordanK1982 on 03/24/16 at 9:51 pm


Haha, I listened to it yesterday when you mentioned it in the other thread. It's a decent tune, but the lyrics are a bit bland :P


Good. I am glad you took a good listen to the 2002 Rap Rock goodness. ;)

I like the one without the monks in the background but I am glad that commercial exists in general because it brings back good memories of the good ol' days. The lyrics are pretty bland 'cause they're all about "yo u wuz frontin n I aint answerin my phone smoke up up ya handz up" but the lyrics and vibe of the music brings you right back. It's like a time machine this song.

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Written By: JordanK1982 on 03/24/16 at 10:28 pm

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A Passage in Time - Authority Zero (2002) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BzRl4Omw5rY

He sings just like Greg Graffin (Bad Religion) it's uncanny! :o This was the last time real speedy Skate Punk was a big thing; after 2002 it started drifting away (R.I.P. :\'() but this sh!t right here brings me right back to the good days of hoppin' on my skateboard with my baggy dickies and Atticus shirt.

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Written By: 2001 on 03/24/16 at 11:30 pm

Woah, I actually got recommended an Authority Zero song by Spotify last Monday (their song Revolution off their Andiamo album). I like this one more though, it's fun and upbeat! :D All the pop-punk singers have the same voice I think. They're all the same people. ;D

Subject: What are you listening to -- Late 90's/Early 00s Rock/Metal/Pop Punk/Emo edition

Written By: JordanK1982 on 03/24/16 at 11:36 pm


Woah, I actually got recommended an Authority Zero song by Spotify last Monday (their song Revolution off their Andiamo album). I like this one more though, it's fun and upbeat! :D All the pop-punk singers have the same voice I think. They're all the same people. ;D


Oh man, I can't believe they recommended that to you. That album's all sucky and political. A Passage in Time is the raddest sh!t, though! I sent you another song "Over Seasons" (which is more Ska) off this one. One of the best. Well, not a lot of them sound like Bad Religion. Maybe... I dunno, Billie Joe or something? All the same people... ;D ;D ;D They all dress the same anyway. :P

http://www.punknews.org/images/covers/reset-no-limits.jpeg-1236009026.jpg

Pollution - Reset (1999) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BNt8ApuuPZ4

There is a certain singer who is in this band that joined another later on this year. I won't tell you who but it shouldn't be hard to guess! ;)

The god damn guitar player looks like a Nu Metaller, though! You could never escape the clutches of Nu Metal... There were no safe spaces...

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Written By: 2001 on 03/24/16 at 11:53 pm


Oh man, I can't believe they recommended that to you. That album's all sucky and political. A Passage in Time is the raddest sh!t, though! I sent you another song "Over Seasons" (which is more Ska) off this one. One of the best. Well, not a lot of them sound like Bad Religion. Maybe... I dunno, Billie Joe or something? All the same people... ;D ;D ;D They all dress the same anyway. :P

http://www.punknews.org/images/covers/reset-no-limits.jpeg-1236009026.jpg

Pollution - Reset (1999) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BNt8ApuuPZ4

There is a certain singer who is in this band that joined another later on this year. I won't tell you who but it shouldn't be hard to guess! ;)

The god damn guitar player looks like a Nu Metaller, though! You could never escape the clutches of Nu Metal... There were no safe spaces...


That makes it real punk music doesn't it? It's all political and sh!t :P

That dude's unmistakably the dude from Simple Plan. Every Canadian who was sentient in 2002 should know that. ;D I like it O0

By the way, I think you'll REALLY love this song! ;D ;D

https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/en/4/45/Afters_never_going_back_to_ok_album_cover.jpg

The Afters - Myspace Girl (2008) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zOn4og65i5c

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Written By: JordanK1982 on 03/24/16 at 11:56 pm


That makes it real punk music doesn't it? It's all political and sh!t :P

That dude's unmistakably the dude from Simple Plan. Every Canadian who was sentient in 2002 should know that. ;D I like it 0O

By the way, I think you'll REALLY love this song! ;D ;D

https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/en/4/45/Afters_never_going_back_to_ok_album_cover.jpg

The Afters - Myspace Girl (2008) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zOn4og65i5c


Ehh... It's political (not real 00's political, though) but it isn't very good. Unless you mean the Reset song which is somewhat political (not in a real 00's way) but is super poppy early 00s pop punk.

Of course! 2002 was when we saw the real Simple Plan take the stage. The spirit of 1998 was strong with them in those days. You know, I still own their first CD along with Reset's first two.

Ok, I'm listening to it right now and I really don't like this... Oh god... How do you listen to this??

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Written By: JordanK1982 on 03/25/16 at 12:02 am

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Dangers of Nu Metal - My Dad Joe (2002) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vzYcm-4Vr8w&feature=youtu.be&t=9m45s

Man, every time I hear this song I have to stop and cry... :\'( I hear the lyrics and the story of a sad Pop Punker losing his girlfriend to the evil Nu Metal bastards and man... it just tears my heart out. I can't believe that society lets these types of horrible acts happen. Disgusting!!

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Written By: 2001 on 03/25/16 at 12:36 am

LMAO I think you linked this song before but it won't ever stop being funny ;D

Is this another emo song you need to write? A song about a song :P

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Written By: JordanK1982 on 03/25/16 at 12:42 am


LMAO I think you linked this song before but it won't ever stop being funny ;D

Is this another emo song you need to write? A song about a song :P


Do you think the heartbreak of a poor Pop Punk soul is funny?? Do you realize how hard the early 00s were to live through? We had to fight back with Zebrahead and Sum 41. No wonder Good Charlotte added all those raps in their songs. Clearly their girlfriends were leaving them but they had to think fast. "Yo, I can rap too! OJ Simpson killed his wife but there ain't no 25 ta life!"

No, I will write a Rap Rock song about it. ;)

https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/en/thumb/7/7d/Last_stop_suburbia.jpg/220px-Last_stop_suburbia.jpg

Somewhere Down On Fullerton - Allister (2002) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3XMPOmuJOUk

Anything more to be said? Allister are one of the best! Man, this song/video is, like, the definition of 1998-2002 (scroll down a bit and you'll find a comment by yours truly ;))!

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Written By: 2001 on 03/25/16 at 1:45 am

Liking Sum 41 in Canada would have probably got you all the girls lol :P Zebrahead are okay, they're the one band you keep mentioning that I have mixed opinions on ;D

Allister though is the greatest! I'm loving both the albums you linked, a lot of great songs on those two, this one being one of my favourites. It's my first time watching its MV though, it has a fun vibe. :D

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Written By: JordanK1982 on 03/25/16 at 1:53 am


Liking Sum 41 in Canada would have probably got you all the girls lol :P Zebrahead are okay, they're the one band you keep mentioning that I have mixed opinions on ;D

Allister though is the greatest! I'm loving both the albums you linked, a lot of great songs on those two, this one being one of my favourites. It's my first time watching its MV though, it has a fun vibe. :D


Is it because they had rap in their songs? Apparently mixing Rap and Rock got all the women in 2000-2002. Haha, 1 ain't bad. ;)

Yeah, man! Last Stop Suburbia is a classic Pop Punk album! Too many good songs on their first, too. It does! Man, it totally takes me back to those days. You find my comment below? Early 00's in a nutshell, man. 8)

http://www.musicdirect.com/images/Product/medium/212667.jpg

Too Close to See - Strung Out (1997) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2qrBShE7EiM

Man, so many good memories of Strung Out. I believe this album was one of Sum 41's biggest inspirations for Does This Look Infected. This song is pure Pop Punk but a lot of the other songs are pretty Pop Punk-Metal. One of the best bands from my youth. 8)

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Written By: musicguy93 on 03/25/16 at 2:15 am


Liking Sum 41 in Canada would have probably got you all the girls lol :P Zebrahead are okay, they're the one band you keep mentioning that I have mixed opinions on ;D

Allister though is the greatest! I'm loving both the albums you linked, a lot of great songs on those two, this one being one of my favourites. It's my first time watching its MV though, it has a fun vibe. :D


Speaking of Zebrahead:

3VHnFwVskl0

This horrid game is how I found out about the band.

I can't wait to see what Jordan thinks of the song  ;D

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Written By: JordanK1982 on 03/25/16 at 2:18 am


Speaking of Zebrahead:

3VHnFwVskl0

This horrid game is how I found out about the band.

I can't wait to see what Jordan thinks of the song  ;D


Oh no...

Jesus, this is post-Justin Zebrahead, too! 8-P I forgot how bad Matty's singing was at accompanying Ali with his raps. This is just as bad as their cover of "Girlfriend"... Waste of Mind to MFZB kicked ass but when Justin left in 2004, it's clear to me that they had to succumb to low levels just to eat a meal. The real 00's were not kind. Justin's still a cool guy, though. I see why he left the train wreck in 2004 when faux-Emo was taking over. What's Rap Rock doing in 2006, anyway? It died in 2003!

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Written By: musicguy93 on 03/25/16 at 2:24 am


Oh no...

Jesus, this is post-Justin Zebrahead, too! 8-P I forgot how bad Matty's singing was at accompanying Ali with his raps. This is just as bad as their cover of "Girlfriend"... Waste of Mind to MFZB kicked ass but when Justin left in 2004, it's clear to me that they had to succumb to low levels just to eat a meal. The real 00's were not kind. Justin's still a cool guy, though. I see why he left the train wreck in 2004 when faux-Emo was taking over. What's Rap Rock doing in 2006, anyway? It died in 2003!


Yeah, I guess it was their way of bringing rap rock to the true 00s. This is more like rap-emo ;D

There are two versions of the song. That one just features Matty and Ali. Now here is the version that features the entire band:

8SQLhxieTK8

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Written By: JordanK1982 on 03/25/16 at 2:30 am


Yeah, I guess it was their way of bringing rap rock to the true 00s. This is more like rap-emo ;D

There are two versions of the song. That one just features Matty and Ali. Now here is the version that features the entire band:

8SQLhxieTK8


Man, this is disappointing. I hadn't heard much of Zebrahead after MFZB but oh man... This just isn't good. It's like, you take Rap Rock and make it for MySpace! 8-P How'd they go from the greats like Get Back, Playmate of the Year and Into You to... this!?!?! It's 'cause Justin left. Justin was a super cool dude. He was the glue of Zebrahead and when he left they took a turn for the worst. Back in the day, they were one of the best Pop Punk-Rap bands next to the Sums and Good Charlotte but it's unfortunate the real 00's got to 'em.

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Written By: Baltimoreian on 03/25/16 at 10:47 am


Speaking of Zebrahead:

3VHnFwVskl0

This horrid game is how I found out about the band.

I can't wait to see what Jordan thinks of the song  ;D


I guess Sega wanted to use a sh*tty band for their Sonic '06 soundtrack to piss people off.

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Written By: JordanK1982 on 03/25/16 at 2:32 pm


I guess Sega wanted to use a sh*tty band for their Sonic '06 soundtrack to piss people off.


You mean a now sh!tty but once really good band? Zebrahead ruled from Waste of Mind to MFZB.

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Written By: Baltimoreian on 03/25/16 at 2:33 pm


You mean a now sh!tty but once really good band? Zebrahead ruled from Waste of Mind to MFZB.


http://s6.favim.com/610/150128/alien-black-eh-ew-Favim.com-2424666.jpg

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Written By: JordanK1982 on 03/25/16 at 11:54 pm

http://images.baklol.com/george_clooney_jpga01bc535d1980b100e5cee5796f50c1e.jpg

Beat Your Heart Out - The Distillers (2003) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tddumYb0ytI

The reason I didn't put the actual album cover photo is 'cause I don't know if I'd get in trouble for posting it on the site (you'll see what I mean) but anyways it's a super good song! If you ever played THUG2 you'll probably remember it. The melodies is some rad sh!t.

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Written By: 2001 on 03/26/16 at 1:30 am


Is it because they had rap in their songs? Apparently mixing Rap and Rock got all the women in 2000-2002. Haha, 1 ain't bad. ;)

Yeah, man! Last Stop Suburbia is a classic Pop Punk album! Too many good songs on their first, too. It does! Man, it totally takes me back to those days. You find my comment below? Early 00's in a nutshell, man. 8)

http://www.musicdirect.com/images/Product/medium/212667.jpg

Too Close to See - Strung Out (1997) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2qrBShE7EiM

Man, so many good memories of Strung Out. I believe this album was one of Sum 41's biggest inspirations for Does This Look Infected. This song is pure Pop Punk but a lot of the other songs are pretty Pop Punk-Metal. One of the best bands from my youth. 8)


This song is a lot of fun,I love it!  :D


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Beat Your Heart Out - The Distillers (2003) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tddumYb0ytI

The reason I didn't put the actual album cover photo is 'cause I don't know if I'd get in trouble for posting it on the site (you'll see what I mean) but anyways it's a super good song! If you ever played THUG2 you'll probably remember it. The melodies is some rad sh!t.


This one too. This love song is almost catchier than The Click Five. Almost. :P :P :P (jk)


Speaking of Zebrahead:

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This horrid game is how I found out about the band.

I can't wait to see what Jordan thinks of the song  ;D


This game should've been banned. When the lady in the game kissed Sonic on the lips the furry fandom for the game reached new heights.

Subject: Re: What are you listening to -- Late 90's/Early 00s Rock/Metal/Pop Punk/Emo edition

Written By: JordanK1982 on 03/26/16 at 1:33 am


This song is a lot of fun,I love it!  :D

This one too. This love song is almost catchier than The Click Five. Almost. :P :P :P (jk)

This game should've been banned. When the lady in the game kissed Sonic on the lips the furry fandom for the game reached new heights.


Glad you like the songs but... Sonic kissing a chick actually happened in the game!? Like... A human chick? What the f*ck! Why did they allow that?

Here is a band you're familiar with:

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Sorry - Unwritten Law (1998) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DApgh1sMmHk

One of the classics from the early 00s. Just like a sip of Pepsi Blue. 8)

Subject: Re: What are you listening to -- Late 90's/Early 00s Rock/Metal/Pop Punk/Emo edition

Written By: 2001 on 03/26/16 at 1:46 am


Glad you like the songs but... Sonic kissing a chick actually happened in the game!? Like... A human chick? What the f*ck! Why did they allow that?

Here is a band you're familiar with:

https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/en/b/b7/Unwritten_Law_-_Unwritten_Law_cover.jpg

Sorry - Unwritten Law (1998) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DApgh1sMmHk

One of the classics from the early 00s. Just like a sip of Pepsi Blue. 8)


This song's very loud! I like it!

I never drank Pepsi Blue. Is it like regular Pepsi? It's going to remind me too much of this Sonic game lol.

Subject: Re: What are you listening to -- Late 90's/Early 00s Rock/Metal/Pop Punk/Emo edition

Written By: JordanK1982 on 03/26/16 at 1:55 am


This song's very loud! I like it!

I never drank Pepsi Blue. Is it like regular Pepsi? It's going to remind me too much of this Sonic game lol.


Me too! That album is totally rad!

Do you know the Mountain Dew Voltage that they sell in stores? That tastes that sour Pepsi Blue, basically. A berry Pepsi. Man, it's like the early 00s in drink form (the Rap Metal commercials helped make it feel that way, too). It's nothing like the sh!tty Sonic. ;)

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Television - The Reunion Show (2002) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3dbko58kw3I

These guys are pretty cool. They remind me of the Get Up Kids if they had more Power Pop in their sound.

Subject: Re: What are you listening to -- Late 90's/Early 00s Rock/Metal/Pop Punk/Emo edition

Written By: 2001 on 03/26/16 at 2:02 am


Me too! That album is totally rad!

Do you know the Mountain Dew Voltage that they sell in stores? That tastes that sour Pepsi Blue, basically. A berry Pepsi. Man, it's like the early 00s in drink form (the Rap Metal commercials helped make it feel that way, too). It's nothing like the sh!tty Sonic. ;)

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Television - The Reunion Show (2002) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3dbko58kw3I

These guys are pretty cool. They remind me of the Get Up Kids if they had more Power Pop in their sound.


Is the MV supposed to be 80s or is that the real 2000s is settling in? You can't tell the difference! ;D Decent song. 0O

Subject: Re: What are you listening to -- Late 90's/Early 00s Rock/Metal/Pop Punk/Emo edition

Written By: JordanK1982 on 03/26/16 at 2:06 am


Is the MV supposed to be 80s or is that the real 2000s is settling in? You can't tell the difference! ;D Decent song. 0O


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For your information, there is both 70's and 80's in that video. Also, it does not look real 00's at all! That music video looks more like something from 1999. >:( Besides, 80's nostalgia in the 00's was so poorly done that you can tell. 80's nostalgia in 1998-2002 was better. 8)

Oh wait, since 80's nostalgia started in 1997, I guess that means the real 00's started in 1997, huh?

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Subject: Re: What are you listening to -- Late 90's/Early 00s Rock/Metal/Pop Punk/Emo edition

Written By: 80sfan on 03/26/16 at 2:17 am


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For your information, there is both 70's and 80's in that video. Also, it does not look real 00's at all! That music video looks more like something from 1999. >:( Besides, 80's nostalgia in the 00's was so poorly done that you can tell. 80's nostalgia in 1998-2002 was better. 8)


Oh, look, it's Jerry Chan!

Subject: Re: What are you listening to -- Late 90's/Early 00s Rock/Metal/Pop Punk/Emo edition

Written By: JordanK1982 on 03/26/16 at 2:18 am


Oh, look, it's Jerry Chan!


You mean Jackie? ;)

Jackie Chan is pretty upset about Mr. Trollpoke calling the video I sent "real 00s" as it focuses on the good times and is not real 00s in the slightest! There are tons of videos exactly like that from 1999. >:(

Subject: Re: What are you listening to -- Late 90's/Early 00s Rock/Metal/Pop Punk/Emo edition

Written By: 80sfan on 03/26/16 at 2:23 am


You mean Jackie? ;)

Jackie Chan is pretty upset about Mr. Trollpoke calling the video I sent "real 00s" as it focuses on the good times and is not real 00s in the slightest! There are tons of videos exactly like that from 1999. >:(


I know it's Jackie.  ;D

Subject: Re: What are you listening to -- Late 90's/Early 00s Rock/Metal/Pop Punk/Emo edition

Written By: JordanK1982 on 03/26/16 at 2:28 am


I know it's Jackie.  ;D


Ok, good. Jackie Chan, he is a cool dude. ;)

Subject: Re: What are you listening to -- Late 90's/Early 00s Rock/Metal/Pop Punk/Emo edition

Written By: JordanK1982 on 03/28/16 at 4:24 pm

I dunno why I am recommending you music after that awful comment you made about the glorious and mighty 2002... >:( But I will post anyway...

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Paperwalls - Strung Out (1997) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wTRd5zHw0Uk

Strung Out will always be one of my favorite bands. This is another album that got me though high school (a.k.a. an album I'd listen to while skipping). I love this song! You can really hear the early 2000's taking shape right here. Brings me back to the days of skateboarding, sippin' on some Pepsi Blue and Surge while playing the mighty PS1/PS2. 8)

Subject: Re: What are you listening to -- Late 90's/Early 00s Rock/Metal/Pop Punk/Emo edition

Written By: JordanK1982 on 04/19/16 at 7:47 pm

This thread needs some dustin' off since you're back, Trollypoke.

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I Won't Be There - Simple Plan (2002) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CjrLeV3kTHw

This song is just too much fun. It's one of my favorites off of No Pads, No Helmets... Just Balls. I get a strong Gob vibe from this song.

Subject: Re: What are you listening to -- Mid and Late 2000s Rock/Metal/Pop-Rock/Emo edition

Written By: 2001 on 04/19/16 at 8:22 pm

Great song!  :D My favourite off that album are I'm Just A Kid and The Worst Day Ever ;D

Subject: What are you listening to -- Late 90's/Early 00s Rock/Metal/Pop Punk/Emo edition

Written By: JordanK1982 on 04/19/16 at 11:00 pm


Great song!  :D My favourite off that album are I'm Just A Kid and The Worst Day Ever ;D


AND IT FEELS LIKE I'M LIVING THE WORST DAY OVER AND OVER AGAIN!!!!!

Man, that song is hilarious. His biggest problem is that he can't hit the snooze button on his alarm clock in the morning when he wants to keep sleeping... Aaahhh, good times listening to Simple Plan in simple ol' 2002 when it still felt like 1998. How I miss those days... 8)

Wondering and My Bloody Valentine - Good Charlotte (2002) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=H2y-90tSkyg https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6gSz7QyQ4Pg

Young and Hopeless is such a good record I can just listen to it over and over again! Wondering, I think, is the best song off the album or at least it's up there. It's so simple and catchy and reminds me of something off of Lit's A Place in the Sun. How can you beat that? My Bloody Valentine is really good as well, my favorite part is the catchy verses. It sounds like a Sum 41 song if Sum 41 sang about killing the boyfriends of girls they like.

Subject: Re: What are you listening to -- Late 90's/Early 00s Rock/Metal/Pop Punk/Emo edition

Written By: 2001 on 04/20/16 at 8:27 am


AND IT FEELS LIKE I'M LIVING THE WORST DAY OVER AND OVER AGAIN!!!!!


AND IT FEELS LIKE THAT SUMMER IS LEAVING AGAIN!  > ;D


Man, that song is hilarious. His biggest problem is that he can't hit the snooze button on his alarm clock in the morning when he wants to keep sleeping... Aaahhh, good times listening to Simple Plan in simple ol' 2002 when it still felt like 1998. How I miss those days... 8)

Wondering and My Bloody Valentine - Good Charlotte (2002) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=H2y-90tSkyg https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6gSz7QyQ4Pg

Young and Hopeless is such a good record I can just listen to it over and over again! Wondering, I think, is the best song off the album or at least it's up there. It's so simple and catchy and reminds me of something off of Lit's A Place in the Sun. How can you beat that? My Bloody Valentine is really good as well, my favorite part is the catchy verses. It sounds like a Sum 41 song if Sum 41 sang about killing the boyfriends of girls they like.


I love everything about that album! Growing up I would hang out at two neighbourhoods, mine and the one across the street. The one across the street was social housing and mine was lower middle class-ish and in 2003 whenever I hopped over to a friend's house in the other neighbourhood, they'd start blasting Lifestyles Of The Rich And The Famous  >:( they wanted to rob my house! They wouldn't let me listen to the song by myself either. But I used my mad stacks and bought the album for myself. Serves them right.  8)

Subject: Re: What are you listening to -- Mid and Late 2000s Rock/Metal/Pop-Rock/Emo edition

Written By: GH1996 on 04/20/16 at 12:19 pm


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4ldjbjwim4k - Taking Back Sunday - MakeDamnSure (2006)

One of my favs, cant believe its been 10 years...

Subject: Re: What are you listening to -- Mid and Late 2000s Rock/Metal/Pop-Rock/Emo edition

Written By: 2001 on 04/20/16 at 12:24 pm


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4ldjbjwim4k - Taking Back Sunday - MakeDamnSure (2006)

One of my favs, cant believe its been 10 years...


Yass this song is one of my school favourites! I dressed exactly like them 2006/2007 ;D

Subject: Re: What are you listening to -- Late 90's/Early 00s Rock/Metal/Pop Punk/Emo edition

Written By: JordanK1982 on 04/20/16 at 12:43 pm


AND IT FEELS LIKE THAT SUMMER IS LEAVING AGAIN!  > ;D


That song is too funny. That albums lyrics are so cheesy but you can't beat those No Pads melodies!


I love everything about that album! Growing up I would hang out at two neighbourhoods, mine and the one across the street. The one across the street was social housing and mine was lower middle class-ish and in 2003 whenever I hopped over to a friend's house in the other neighbourhood, they'd start blasting Lifestyles Of The Rich And The Famous  >:( they wanted to rob my house! They wouldn't let me listen to the song by myself either. But I used my mad stacks and bought the album for myself. Serves them right.  8)


Hahaha! Did they start rapping about the evils of OJ Simpson and the crack smoking mayor of DC at you, too? That's a funny story. Good thing you used your mad stacks to buy the album yourself because it's one of the best. A lot of sounds from that album sound strongly influenced by MxPx's Slowly Going the Way of the Buffalo. Something tells me GC were listening to a lot of it while writing the songs.

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Between You and Me - The Ataris (1998) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ThLw7TyU_Cc

Just some good ol' Ataris today! You can't beat Kris Roe and his funny shaped head. ;D

Subject: Re: What are you listening to -- Late 90's/Early 00s Rock/Metal/Pop Punk/Emo edition

Written By: JordanK1982 on 04/20/16 at 10:23 pm

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Miracle - Unsung Zeros (2002) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6i4nPzHWk3I

These guys are another super good Pop Punk band from the early 2000's. This isn't actually an album track, it's an exclusive for the Warped Tour 2002 comp (which is really good). This is what Warped used to be about! Good bands playing good music before it became some stupid fashion show for MySpace faux-Emo kiddies. Their albums People Mover and Moments from Mourning are really good, too!

Subject: Re: What are you listening to -- Late 90's/Early 00s Rock/Metal/Pop Punk/Emo edition

Written By: 2001 on 04/20/16 at 10:40 pm


That song is too funny. That albums lyrics are so cheesy but you can't beat those No Pads melodies!

Hahaha! Did they start rapping about the evils of OJ Simpson and the crack smoking mayor of DC at you, too? That's a funny story. Good thing you used your mad stacks to buy the album yourself because it's one of the best. A lot of sounds from that album sound strongly influenced by MxPx's Slowly Going the Way of the Buffalo. Something tells me GC were listening to a lot of it while writing the songs.

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Between You and Me - The Ataris (1998) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ThLw7TyU_Cc

Just some good ol' Ataris today! You can't beat Kris Roe and his funny shaped head. ;D


Are you going through a heart break? ;D Great song! I couldn't find this album on Spotify which sucks.  :(


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Miracle - Unsung Zeros (2002) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6i4nPzHWk3I

These guys are another super good Pop Punk band from the early 2000's. This isn't actually an album track, it's an exclusive for the Warped Tour 2002 comp (which is really good). This is what Warped used to be about! Good bands playing good music before it became some stupid fashion show for MySpace faux-Emo kiddies. Their albums People Mover and Moments from Mourning are really good, too!


I really like this one! His voice is more pop punk than most people's haha.

Subject: Re: What are you listening to -- Late 90's/Early 00s Rock/Metal/Pop Punk/Emo edition

Written By: JordanK1982 on 04/20/16 at 10:48 pm


Are you going through a heart break? ;D Great song! I couldn't find this album on Spotify which sucks.  :(

I really like this one! His voice is more pop punk than most people's haha.


Hahaha, I haven't gone through a heartbreak since... 1996/1997-ish? Yeah, man, The Ataris rule! The whole album is up on YouTube, though. Just look up "Look Forward to Failure by The Ataris" and you'll find it. Mark Hoppus even does guest vocals on one song!

The Unsung Zeros are another super rad band, man! He definitely has that standard Pop Punk voice.

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Timberwolves at New Jersey - Taking Back Sunday (2002) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_PBy3Lwi4Lo

I was listening to this album a few days ago and I never realized how god damn cynical they are. They're Emo but they aren't even that whiny; I mean, they are but they've got more of a pissy and finger pointer-y edge than other bands. This song in particular. The best part is their clever videos. This has probably gotta be one of the best pre-historic Emo videos of all time.

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Up All Night - Unwritten Law (2002) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=azbzkeTHXKQ

Unwritten Law is just a good ol' fashioned speedy Pop Punk band in general! This one's super rad. All their albums from Blue Room to Elva are some of the best Pop Punk released during that time period and will always remain some favorites of mine.

Subject: Re: What are you listening to -- Late 90's/Early 00s Rock/Metal/Pop Punk/Emo edition

Written By: JordanK1982 on 04/21/16 at 1:09 am

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Inside - Sw1tched (2002) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=u2GNB5pOQsA

I probably shouldn't admit to liking this song but I can't help but it enjoy it. It's all Nu Metally but it's got a Pop Punk edge to it; enough for me to listen to and enjoy. I remember when this was a pretty big hit in 2002 back when it was played over the radio and MTV. I remember simply walking into the Warped Tour to find out "oh boy! Sw1tched are playing! Gee whiz, I'm thrilled to see another Nu Metal band on Warped!" I still like to listen to this song every once in a while...

The comments on another video (which isn't HQ like this one) are the best 'cause it's a buncha dudes around my age talking about how sh!tty music got after 2003. It's good that others also embrace the facts about how, when the faux-90's/what-if 00's ended, music died along with it.

Subject: Re: What are you listening to -- Late 90's/Early 00s Rock/Metal/Pop Punk/Emo edition

Written By: JordanK1982 on 04/21/16 at 1:56 am

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Hey Catrine - Lifetime (1997) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PLTUHMx8F7g

I've been listening to some Lifetime recently and I just had to post this rad song. These guys are some of the best and definitely something you shouldn't miss out on. Back in the early 00's, a lot of Emo-Pop Punk bands would make records that were all about trying to do your own version of Jersey's Best Dancers. I remember when Taking Back Sunday first came out with Tell All Your Friends and they were often referred to as a "slightly more polished version of Lifetime". I definitely agree with that and it's too bad TBS couldn't continue sounding like Lifetime on their later records. They really lost a lot when John Nolan left the band in 2003...

Jersey's Best Dancers is a really good Emo-Pop Punk album that you should check out if you like TBS and The Movielife. It's even got a lot of good speedy parts!

Subject: Re: What are you listening to -- Mid and Late 2000s Rock/Metal/Pop-Rock/Emo edition

Written By: 2001 on 04/21/16 at 5:05 pm

Those dudes in the Taking Back Sunday video are dressing very real 2000s emo :o this leads credence to my theory that the core 2000s possibly started late 2002.

I really like that Unwritten Law song :D

You're going to make me start liking Nu Metal... That song wasn't half bad. :o I guess there's more to this genre than Limp Bizkit and Linkin Park.

That Lifetime song sounds very similar to another 90s song I heard recently. I can't find it anymore though :( Great song though O0

Subject: Re: What are you listening to -- Mid and Late 2000s Rock/Metal/Pop-Rock/Emo edition

Written By: JordanK1982 on 04/21/16 at 5:14 pm


Those dudes in the Taking Back Sunday video are dressing very real 2000s emo :o this leads credence to my theory that the core 2000s possibly started late 2002.

I really like that Unwritten Law song :D

You're going to make me start liking Nu Metal... That song wasn't half bad. :o I guess there's more to this genre than Limp Bizkit and Linkin Park.

That Lifetime song sounds very similar to another 90s song I heard recently. I can't find it anymore though :( Great song though O0


What!? How!! >:( As you see, his hair is cut above the eyes, which was very common to do starting around 1995/1996. Justin Pearson looked more real 00s Emo in 1996, so I guess 1996 is real 00's, too? It is not! I saw many, many kids dressed just like Adam when I first got into Emo in 1995. This was nothing new in 2002. He is also wearing a small chain on his jeans with visible keys, very much a mid 90s emo thing. I see no make up, no fringes, no skinny jeans (I see regular gap jeans), no nail polish, nothing. The real 00's did not begin until 2003 at the earliest! The rest of the guys all have short hair, too! I don't know what video you're even watching! This is ridiculous! You must be watching Fall Out Boy's "A little Less Sixteen Candles, A little more Taxi Driver" or Panic at the Disco's "I Write Sh!tty Music, What a tragedy!" and forgot what video you were on and thought "Oh! This must be 2002 Taking Back Sunday!" I decide to share my music with you and you go off insulting it with your cruel words! Very, very upset and disappointed with the things you say. You are spitting upon the great early 00s with your words!!

I'm glad you like it!

No! Nu Metal is terrible and there are no good songs... Ok, maybe a few... ...Like one or two, maybe...

Yeah, man, Lifetime rules but you gotta take back what you said about Taking Back Sunday 'cause that's just disrespectful.

Subject: Re: What are you listening to -- Late 90's/Early 00s Rock/Metal/Pop Punk/Emo edition

Written By: JordanK1982 on 04/22/16 at 11:45 pm

I don't not know why I continue to post in such a blasphemous thread... My god, some of the words spoken here are akin to support Trump policies (I do not see how they are dressing like real 00s emo, you are blind!!) but... I will post some more...

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Grow Up - Home Grown (1998) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=w7zcsyebNCI

I like how they made two Simple Plan references in this song before Simple Plan even existed. It even sounds like a Simple Plan song! Home Grown never disappoint (actually, never mind, their 2004 EP was a big disappointment), they are always usually super good.

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Somewhere on Fullerton - Allister (2002) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3XMPOmuJOUk

omg he haz dah frosted tipses n dey r dressed like duh 90s but dis video iz from l8 2002 how can dis b!!! :o :o This song is always gonna rule. Allister's best album is Last Stop Suburbia but Dead Ends ain't too far behind!

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Leave it Alone/Dig - NoFX (1994) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8ATYG4R4Hkg

Just listenin' to some good ol' Punk in Drublic. This is one of the very first Pop Punk albums I discovered back in 1994 after getting into Dookie and Smash. Changed my life...

Subject: What are you listening to -- Late 90's/Early 00s Rock/Metal/Pop Punk/Emo edition

Written By: JordanK1982 on 04/23/16 at 11:23 pm

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A Passage in Time - Authority Zero (2002) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BzRl4Omw5rY

omg what iz dis? dis came out in l8 02 no way it soundz lik a bad religion song from duh 90z... whut? dis is on a major label 2!? omgomgomg i cant blieve it how can dis b!!! :o :o :o :o

Yeah, Authority Zero kick ass, of course. I remember when I first bought this, I popped it into my Discman and skated home and I thought "this is perfect to skate to!" 

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Top Secret - The Parasites (1999) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9YNsU83A_0U

I guess this song is probably a real 00s song too by some twisted logic... ::) Mhmm, yep...

This song's off an old comp I've got from Go Kart Records. It's called "Go Kart vs. The Corporate Giant 2" (obviously) and yes, I also own the first one. It's pretty rad! Got loads of good bands on it; this one is one of my favorites.

Also, have you seen the new Alternative Press issue?

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I blame you for this!!! >:( >:( >:(

Subject: Re: What are you listening to -- Mid and Late 2000s Rock/Metal/Pop-Rock/Emo edition

Written By: 2001 on 04/23/16 at 11:38 pm

You linked me Grow Up, Somewhere on Fullerton and a Passage in Time before. You tryna test me? I know cause I couldn't stop listening to Somewhere on Fullerton lol.

I like the saxophone in the NoFx song LOL

The Top Secret sing starts with "every second seems to last forever" which kind of sounds like "every summer seems to be last forever" in the Summer of '69 song. Of course I'm talking about the Bowling For Soup version, not the Bryan Adams one. So this song is definitely heading for the Spirit of 04 when they released the cover.

Song is awesome though! I love Go Karts, but I'm not sure if I like Corporate Giants more. Hard choice.

Those guys have spikey hair. Isn't this what you wanted :o

Subject: Re: What are you listening to -- Mid and Late 2000s Rock/Metal/Pop-Rock/Emo edition

Written By: JordanK1982 on 04/23/16 at 11:48 pm


You linked me Grow Up, Somewhere on Fullerton and a Passage in Time before. You tryna test me? I know cause I couldn't stop listening to Somewhere on Fullerton lol.

I like the saxophone in the NoFx song LOL

The Top Secret sing starts with "every second seems to last forever" which kind of sounds like "every summer seems to be last forever" in the Summer of '69 song. Of course I'm talking about the Bowling For Soup version, not the Bryan Adams one. So this song is definitely heading for the Spirit of 04 when they released the cover.

Song is awesome though! I love Go Karts, but I'm not sure if I like Corporate Giants more. Hard choice.

Those guys have spikey hair. Isn't this what you wanted :o


Ain't nuttin' but a 1998 thing, homie. The spirit of 1998 is strong with all these songs. Somewhere on Fuller is too sick, man! Absolutely one of my favorites from way back when!

Haha, me too. NoFX does a lot of that kinda thing when they go all Ska.

WHAT!? YOU EVEN SAY THESE THINGS ABOUT 1999, TOO!? I just... I just don't know what to say about that... No heading to spirit of 2004 here... >:(

Go Karts have pretty good Pop Punk. Corporate Giants don't. Well, I guess they do? It's hard to say.

That isn't spiky hair! Those are those stupid slicked back haircuts. See, you keep saying 1999, 1997, 2002, 1996, 1941 is heading for the "spirit of 2004" and now look what you've done! You've got Weezer and Panic at the Disco colaborating with each other... >:(

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Written By: 2001 on 04/23/16 at 11:58 pm



That isn't spiky hair! Those are those stupid slicked back haircuts. See, you keep saying 1999, 1997, 2002, 1996, 1941 is heading for the "spirit of 2004" and now look what you've done! You've got Weezer and Panic at the Disco colaborating with each other... >:(


Oh is that what that is? Do you think they can revive punk rock?

Subject: Re: What are you listening to -- Mid and Late 2000s Rock/Metal/Pop-Rock/Emo edition

Written By: JordanK1982 on 04/24/16 at 12:02 am


Oh is that what that is? Do you think they can revive punk rock?


What!? No!!! First of all, Weezer is the band that made pre-historic Emo somewhat mainstream in 1994 with their whining. They're ok, but definitely not Punk... And... Panic at the Disco!? No, of course they won't bring back Punk Rock! They were never Punk!!! Not even Pop Punk! How does that one Fever album even count as Pop Punk, anyway!? See? You kept saying crap about "oh 1997 had the spirit of 2004" and now look! Did you look!? Take another good look...

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This is all your fault! You let the alternate 1997 universe seep into the real world and now I bet if I were to time travel back to 1997, it would be gone... Replaced with Emo fringes and Myspace... All thanks to you! >:(

Subject: Re: What are you listening to -- Mid and Late 2000s Rock/Metal/Pop-Rock/Emo edition

Written By: 2001 on 04/24/16 at 12:03 am

How do you know they aren't wearing boot cut jeans underneath? Suddenly they'd look very emo especially with those glasses.

Subject: Re: What are you listening to -- Mid and Late 2000s Rock/Metal/Pop-Rock/Emo edition

Written By: JordanK1982 on 04/24/16 at 12:07 am


How do you know they aren't wearing boot cut jeans underneath? Suddenly they'd look very emo especially with those glasses.


They have to be bootcuts or fitted jeans (no, not skinny!) from the gap, though. What if they bought them from Walmart!? That is false Emo and not true to the fashion.

Also, no. Rivers has always been an Emo nerd so him, sure, but douche-whatever-his-face will never be a part of that! Man, this is awful. Why are Weezer and Panic at the Disco even collaborating!? What sense does this make? None!!!

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Written By: 2001 on 04/24/16 at 12:14 am


They have to be bootcuts or fitted jeans (no, not skinny!) from the gap, though. What if they bought them from Walmart!? That is false Emo and not true to the fashion.

Also, no. Rivers has always been an Emo nerd so him, sure, but douche-whatever-his-face will never be a part of that! Man, this is awful. Why are Weezer and Panic at the Disco even collaborating!? What sense does this make? None!!!


Panic! At The Disco is what comes to mind when most people think emo though. Besides, you don't have to listen to it  ;D

Subject: Re: What are you listening to -- 90's/Early 00s Rock/Metal/Pop-Punk/Emo edition

Written By: JordanK1982 on 04/24/16 at 12:19 am


Panic! At The Disco is what comes to mind when most people think emo though. Besides, you don't have to listen to it  ;D


Yeah... You see, back in the good old days Emo used to mean bands like Jimmy Eat World, Dashboard Confessional, (old) Taking Back Sunday, Weezer, The Get Up Kids, etc. Now, you kids, you ruined it and even worse you're taking Weezer with you...  >:( >:(

I will listen to some Jimmy Eat World instead of this Panic at the Disco nonsense...

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Lucky Denver Mint - Jimmy Eat World (1999) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0MhBTFlrI7c

Ahh... The sweet sounds of real pre-2004 Emo... Man, these were the days... This song is super good, I like to listen to it when I can't sleep and go out driving at 2 AM. It's pretty calming.

Oh yeah, the video is pretty funny if you wanna check it out here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gWb6bb5hnBU

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Written By: 2001 on 04/24/16 at 8:29 am

Jimmy Eat World never disappoints. Amazing song. I should take time to listen to the whole album.

Subject: Re: What are you listening to -- 90's/Early 00s Rock/Metal/Pop-Punk/Emo edition

Written By: JordanK1982 on 04/24/16 at 9:30 pm


Jimmy Eat World never disappoints. Amazing song. I should take time to listen to the whole album.


You won't regret it, my man! Jimmy Eat World are a fantastic band. I will always have respect for them, even today, because they really put their best into their music and live shows.

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Over Seasons - Authority Zero (2002) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nJyVAh47VAY

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You Gotta Go - Mighty Mighty Bosstones (2002) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CESfXCNLvLM

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Someday I Suppose - Mighty Mighty Bosstones (1993) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gmOmAuhAQbE

I'm on a bit of a Ska kick so here are some songs that I am listening to right now. The Mighty Mighty Bosstones are my favorite ska band!

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Help Save the Youth of America from exploding - Less than Jake (1998) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8uncJVQxTD0

Less Than Jake usually do Ska but not on this song. It's pretty rad, though! Hello Rockview is one of my favorite albums of all time.

Subject: Re: What are you listening to -- 90's/Early 00s Rock/Metal/Pop-Punk/Emo edition

Written By: JordanK1982 on 04/24/16 at 11:43 pm

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Let Go - Home Grown (1998) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=B6067uMI8RI

What can I say? This album is a classic! This song, in particular, is too good! I've been listening to it all day!

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Written By: 2001 on 04/28/16 at 7:27 pm

You linked that Over Seasons song before. Remember when I said the video looked kinda mid-2000s and you wrote the rage reply  ;D

Ska music sounds cool. Why are Ska kids embarrassed to admit they're Ska kids? Trumpets and saxophone with a guitar sounds like a good idea. You Gotta Go is good stuff, Someday I Suppose felt kinda slow. Guitar and trumpet should be loud! ;D

I really like Help save the youth of America from exploding  :D that's a crazy fun song.

Let Go is a good song too O0

As for me I've been listening to these dudes recently, they're semi-popular in Ontario. They sound a lot like Neon Trees to me :D

http://media.newcanadianmusic.ca/sites/default/files/album_art/Pentopaper.jpg
Pen to Paper - Modern Space for (2015)
https://youtu.be/bZsHR4yQHsM

Subject: What are you listening to -- Late 90's/Early 00s Rock/Metal/Pop Punk/Emo edition

Written By: JordanK1982 on 04/28/16 at 7:37 pm


You linked that Over Seasons song before. Remember when I said the video looked kinda mid-2000s and you wrote the rage reply  ;D

Ska music sounds cool. Why are Ska kids embarrassed to admit they're Ska kids? Trumpets and saxophone with a guitar sounds like a good idea. You Gotta Go is good stuff, Someday I Suppose felt kinda slow. Guitar and trumpet should be loud! ;D

I really like Help save the youth of America from exploding  :D that's a crazy fun song.

Let Go is a good song too O0

As for me I've been listening to these dudes recently, they're semi-popular in Ontario. They sound a lot like Neon Trees to me :D

http://media.newcanadianmusic.ca/sites/default/files/album_art/Pentopaper.jpg
Pen to Paper - Modern Space for (2015)
https://youtu.be/bZsHR4yQHsM


Everything looks like the mid 00's to you (when it looks nothing like it!) whether it's MxPx, Authority Zero or Taking Back Sunday... >:(

Haha, I don't know why. I just remember when the Ska kids all decided one by one "hey, how about we go Emo and listen to Weezer!" in the late 90's and early 00's. It was only the kids because none of the bands did this.

Jesus! These guys are super hipster! Did they shoot this video on Super 8 film, too? Too much 2010's indie pop for me... :-\\

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All Good Souls - The Promise Ring (2002) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gok4nuMYCWA

This is what Emo is all about! Pop out those thick rims, put on your sweater vest and listen to some 12" Promise Ring records! ;)

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Boring - blink-182 (1997) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zmlYwpBaYhE

Oh man, is this song fast or what! :D Dude Ranch is my favorite blink album; totally rad and got me into the band.

Subject: Re: What are you listening to -- Mid and Late 2000s Rock/Metal/Pop-Rock/Emo edition

Written By: 2001 on 04/28/16 at 8:20 pm

It does look mid 2000s (2004ish) though lol. Only the rapping and rocking is making it early 2000s.

Those lyrics are very emo. T_____T Good song.

That song is Boring. Get it? I'll be here all week. That cow kiss at the end though  :( that's sexual assault, bad memories man. The song is good though.  ;D

Subject: What are you listening to -- Late 90's/Early 00s Rock/Metal/Pop Punk/Emo edition

Written By: JordanK1982 on 04/28/16 at 8:26 pm


It does look mid 2000s (2004ish) though lol. Only the rapping and rocking is making it early 2000s.

Those lyrics are very emo. T_____T Good song.

That song is Boring. Get it? I'll be here all week. That cow kiss at the end though  :( that's sexual assault, bad memories man. The song is good though.  ;D


What, which one? None of those had rapping! None of those styles looked very 2004-like, either. :P

Yeah, the Promise Ring totally rule!

Har, har, har... Yeah, bad memories... At least you didn't get the sandwich thrown at you. ::) The song is totally rad! 8)

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Nitro (Youth Energy) - Offspring (1994)  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wFTv60V6WwQ

Good ol' Smash! This is the other record (aside from Dookie) that got me into Pop Punk. 8) Much better than that Rise and Fall crap... 8-P

Subject: Re: What are you listening to -- Mid and Late 2000s Rock/Metal/Pop-Rock/Emo edition

Written By: 2001 on 04/28/16 at 8:43 pm

Oh, it sounded like rapping to me  ;D

Rise and Fall is the greatest you heathen. (okay I might like their old stuff too now). Great song  :D Self esteem is my favourite song off that album.

Subject: What are you listening to -- Late 90's/Early 00s Rock/Metal/Pop Punk/Emo edition

Written By: JordanK1982 on 04/28/16 at 8:45 pm


Oh, it sounded like rapping to me  ;D

Rise and Fall is the greatest you heathen. (okay I might like their old stuff too now). Great song  :D Self esteem is my favourite song off that album.


Wait, you mean Authority Zero? Man, did you see the way they're all dressed? It looks way too early 00's to me!

Smash is the best and everyone knows it! >:( Yeah, man! Self Esteem is one of the best!

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Genocide - Offspring (1994) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Q5YQ2QIcTkw

This song has one of the sickest riffs on the album! Ya' can't beat Smash, man. You just can't. 8)

Subject: Re: What are you listening to -- Mid and Late 2000s Rock/Metal/Pop-Rock/Emo edition

Written By: 2001 on 04/28/16 at 8:48 pm

LOL this is the song you linked before where "Dog eat dog" sounds like Donkey Kong  ;D

Subject: What are you listening to -- Late 90's/Early 00s Rock/Metal/Pop Punk/Emo edition

Written By: JordanK1982 on 04/28/16 at 8:51 pm


LOL this is the song you linked before where "Dog eat dog" sounds like Donkey Kong  ;D


Oh yeah! Now I remember! It's too good to not re-link. ;)

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Underground - Yellowcard (2002) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ubKuH5kx4r8

Most people know all about Ocean Avenue but the 2000-2002 era Yellowcard before that album is much, much better! This is one of my favorite songs off this EP.

Subject: Re: What are you listening to -- Mid and Late 2000s Rock/Metal/Pop-Rock/Emo edition

Written By: 2001 on 04/28/16 at 9:07 pm

Damn that's a really good song.  :o It starts off like a morning song in a Pokémon game then it gives you school lyrics then it alternates between that. I wish I listened to that song when I was 10, it would have easily been one of my favourites  :D

Subject: Re: What are you listening to -- Mid and Late 2000s Rock/Metal/Pop-Rock/Emo edition

Written By: musicguy93 on 04/29/16 at 1:25 am


LOL this is the song you linked before where "Dog eat dog" sounds like Donkey Kong  ;D


Speaking of which, you guys should check out this amazing video:

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Subject: Re: What are you listening to -- Mid and Late 2000s Rock/Metal/Pop-Rock/Emo edition

Written By: JordanK1982 on 04/29/16 at 7:12 am


Damn that's a really good song.  :o It starts off like a morning song in a Pokémon game then it gives you school lyrics then it alternates between that. I wish I listened to that song when I was 10, it would have easily been one of my favourites  :D


I dunno what Pokemon morning music is but it is a really good song! Much better than Ocean Avenue, which everyone raves (or raved since it isn't 2003/2004 anymore) about. ::)


Speaking of which, you guys should check out this amazing video:

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Haha, this is great! It's worth watching all the way through to get to that special surprise at the end. ;D

I own almost all of those DK games, too.

Subject: What are you listening to -- Late 90's/Early 00s Rock/Metal/Pop Punk/Emo edition

Written By: JordanK1982 on 04/29/16 at 11:41 pm

I am on a huge Home Grown and Gob kick right now!

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Second Best, I Love You, Not, Give It Up, Tomorrow - Home Grown (2002) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=waKSiFye65A https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4rMIJk0q7nk https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=W-D7FDkz-ZA https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=L-QoDcCuZr0

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Piss Off, Suffer, Last Night Regrets & Wow, She Dumb - Home Grown (1998)

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What to Do, Beauville, Suds & On These Days -  Gob (1998) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=a4S6Uytn7FY https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gfNXWPpkfvM https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IOWkrDoKYD4 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aiMYUr8olYM

(The video for Beauville is on YouTube but it's in really sh!tty quality. I linked you audio only so you can actually hear the song  but if you want to check it out here you go: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vXCTF5azjM4)

Subject: What are you listening to -- Late 90's/Early 00s Rock/Metal/Pop Punk/Emo edition

Written By: JordanK1982 on 05/01/16 at 9:24 pm

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Sincerely, Me - New Found Glory (2000) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qfSdmFfYFD8

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My Friends Over You - New Found Glory (2002) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QfcLcDBII78

I had a dream last night that I was a teenager again and a new movie had premiered at my local theater. It turns out... New Found Glory had made some sweet movie about Pop Punk featuring all of their wacky hi-jinx. Naturally, I thought "Oh! Rad! I gotta go see this!" but then it got real weird. My mother came up to me, while I was on the couch in our old house watching MTV, and said "Oh, Jordan! How wonderful! This new movie sounds lovely. I would love to take the whole family out to see it!" which is odd because my mother is very neutral towards Pop Punk. The day of the movie comes and me, my mother, brother, sister and father are all in the car off to see New Found Glory's new movie about Pop Punk and then it gets weirder. During the drive it was early afternoon but when we arrived at the theater it was late at night (I guess time didn't work properly in the 90s!?). We go inside and get our seats and the movie begins. It's pretty sweet 'cause the first thing that pops up is the video for My Friends Over You, which causes me to remark how I love the 90's and everything from it (except Grunge and sandwiches). I don't remember what else happens in the movie but apparently I really liked it because after the movie is over we go outside and I look back at the theater with tears in my eyes because of how good the movie was. I just stood there thinking to myself about how the 90's are going to live forever. What's next is some dumb old neighborhood from when I was a kid came up to my mother and started having a conversation about the movie but in the way stupid old people talk about things. "Oh, did you see when the man with the spiky hair did those jumps on stage?" I went into my car and a bunch of Home Grown is playing on the stereo. My dad is in the front seat, turns around and holds up 'Act Your Age' and says "This is my favorite CD" with a sh!t-eating grin on his face. My dad likes some Green Day songs and he took me to their concerts when I was 12/13 so this isn't too weird but it was just so random because we were watching a New Found Glory movie, not a Home Grown movie. Then, I say to myself "I can't wait for blink-182 to make a movie next" and wake up. I shook my wife to wake up and told her what happened and she just gave me a funny look and rolled her eyes because "you always have stupid dreams like this. Let me sleep for a few more hours." I just felt like sharing my dream. ;)

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Written By: 2001 on 05/01/16 at 9:38 pm

Are you keeping a dream diary here after we talked about lucid dreaming? Interesting. Don't let it consume you though  :o the 90s are over except in Portland.

Subject: Re: What are you listening to -- Mid and Late 2000s Rock/Metal/Pop-Rock/Emo edition

Written By: JordanK1982 on 05/01/16 at 9:42 pm


Are you keeping a dream diary here after we talked about lucid dreaming? Interesting. Don't let it consume you though  :o the 90s are over except in Portland.


No, I should start writing one! I could keep one here too if I have any more dreams about Pop Punk bands. ;) Portland wishes they had the 90s but the only thing they've got are hipsters and bad music. 8-P

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Written By: 2001 on 05/01/16 at 9:51 pm


No, I should start writing one! I could keep one here too if I have any more dreams about Pop Punk bands. ;) Portland wishes they had the 90s but the only thing they've got are hipsters and bad music. 8-P


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Written By: JordanK1982 on 05/01/16 at 9:56 pm


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God, that was awful... 8-P

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Written By: Baltimoreian on 05/02/16 at 4:52 pm


TZt-pOc3moc


This is why 90s nostalgia is just awful.

Subject: Re: What are you listening to -- Late 90's/Early 00s Rock/Metal/Pop Punk/Emo edition

Written By: JordanK1982 on 05/02/16 at 11:25 pm

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The Bottom Line - Belvedere (1998) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-6uQ3T8YisA

They are Canadian, you are Canadian. Listen and like it! >:(

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Written By: 2001 on 05/02/16 at 11:39 pm

Steve Austin is from Texas!

I like it! I'm listening to another Canadian rocker song right now, but a late 2000s one, so I'll spare you LOL

Subject: What are you listening to -- Late 90's/Early 00s Rock/Metal/Pop Punk/Emo edition

Written By: JordanK1982 on 05/02/16 at 11:46 pm


Steve Austin is from Texas!

I like it! I'm listening to another Canadian rocker song right now, but a late 2000s one, so I'll spare you LOL


Yeah, but the band is all from the Canada worlds. Glad you like it! ;)

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Nintendo 89 - Audio Karate (2002) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Jk9cm3RTmpw

This is real early 00's Emo! Keep your Justin Pearson Locust Emo fringes out of it! >:(

I know you will like it for the title alone. ;)

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Written By: 2001 on 05/02/16 at 11:55 pm

I love songs with video game references  :D I'll definitely listen to this one whenever I have my first breakup, it's the only one that will work  ;D

Subject: What are you listening to -- Late 90's/Early 00s Rock/Metal/Pop Punk/Emo edition

Written By: JordanK1982 on 05/03/16 at 12:02 am


I love songs with video game references  :D I'll definitely listen to this one whenever I have my first breakup, it's the only one that will work  ;D


See? Perfect! When you have your first breakup you can wear salvation army sweaters and cry to Nintendo 89. Oooooor, you can be Pop Punk-Emo and just cry about things with spiky hair. ;)

Yo, I prolly sent too much Gob last time for you to sink in so I will send one at a time.

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On These Days - Gob (1998) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aiMYUr8olYM

They are Canadian, you are Canadian... Like it and listen! >:(

I am sitting here thinking and my problem is figuring out: do Gob sound like Home Grown or do Home Grown sound like Gob? Does every Pop Punk band 1998-onward-but-pre-2003 just sound like Home Grown? I do not know but my bets are on yes. People can say Enema of the State invented that sound but it's not the first album to have that sound. Even Lit's A Place in the Sun came out before Enema. Anyway, this song rules. I used to skate to this a whole lot back in the day.

Subject: Re: What are you listening to -- Late 90's/Early 00s Rock/Metal/Pop Punk/Emo edition

Written By: JordanK1982 on 05/03/16 at 9:09 pm

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Bad News Blair - Home Grown (1998) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dlEGapw6_YU

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I'll Never Fall in Love - Home Grown (2002) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_9xQILFyPfE

Now these are incredible songs with great hooks and good melodies but the problem here is that I got the sandwich thrown at me and that other girl broke up with me "yo cuz i wuznt cool enuff" (like Good Charlotte says) in 1995. These songs came out in the early 00's and I was not going through girl troubles then so I could not listen to these and cry about women.

Subject: Re: What are you listening to -- Mid and Late 2000s Rock/Metal/Pop-Rock/Emo edition

Written By: 2001 on 05/03/16 at 9:25 pm

;D who did you break up with in the early 2000s? These are some really sad. Sad!

Subject: What are you listening to -- Late 90's/Early 00s Rock/Metal/Pop Punk/Emo edition

Written By: JordanK1982 on 05/03/16 at 9:30 pm


;D who did you break up with in the early 2000s? These are some really sad. Sad!


I didn't. I was already dating my wife by time the early 00s came around. I know right? When he sings about Blair and... SHE'S BEEN WITH ALL THE JOCKS? I just don't know what to say. It's so sad... :\'(

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Harmonic - Unwritten Law (1998) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NyQu5gGolbE

Unwritten Law are sick! 8)

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Written By: 2001 on 05/03/16 at 9:44 pm

As good as always!  8) I love that guitar riff right before he starts singing.

Subject: What are you listening to -- Late 90's/Early 00s Rock/Metal/Pop Punk/Emo edition

Written By: JordanK1982 on 05/03/16 at 9:47 pm


As good as always!  8) I love that guitar riff right before he starts singing.


Yeah, it's really good! My favorite part is at 2:55 where it gets all calm and he sings along with the sweet guitar riff. 8)

Post some more Unwritten Law? That sounds like a good idea!

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Holiday - Unwritten Law (1998) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=i8JT7gCDXVE

Perfect song to hang out with and listen to during the holidays! Good ol' late 90's/early 00's summers! ;)

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Written By: Ripley on 05/03/16 at 9:48 pm

EV - Good Enough

Subject: Re: What are you listening to -- Late 90's/Early 00s Rock/Metal/Pop Punk/Emo edition

Written By: 2001 on 05/03/16 at 11:50 pm


Yeah, it's really good! My favorite part is at 2:55 where it gets all calm and he sings along with the sweet guitar riff. 8)

Post some more Unwritten Law? That sounds like a good idea!

https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/en/b/b7/Unwritten_Law_-_Unwritten_Law_cover.jpg

Holiday - Unwritten Law (1998) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=i8JT7gCDXVE

Perfect song to hang out with and listen to during the holidays! Good ol' late 90's/early 00's summers! ;)


Holy sh*t the beginning/ending sound a lot like the beginning of There's No Solution by Sum 41.  ;D Nice O0

Subject: Re: What are you listening to -- Mid and Late 2000s Rock/Metal/Pop-Rock/Emo edition

Written By: 2001 on 05/03/16 at 11:55 pm


EV - Good Enough

That's dark  :\'(

Subject: Re: What are you listening to -- Late 90's/Early 00s Rock/Metal/Pop Punk/Emo edition

Written By: JordanK1982 on 05/04/16 at 12:02 am


Holy sh*t the beginning/ending sound a lot like the beginning of There's No Solution by Sum 41.  ;D Nice O0


Haha, yeah, I actually kind of agree. It's a similar riff but Sum 41 plays it in a minor key. That song sounds like a mix of Linkin Park and Pop Punk... :-\\
https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/en/b/b7/Unwritten_Law_-_Unwritten_Law_cover.jpg

California Sky - Unwritten Law (1998) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wkpQnlFa8TU

Every Unwritten Law album from Blue Room to Elva is good. Enjoy! 8)

Subject: Re: What are you listening to -- Late 90's/Early 00s Rock/Metal/Pop Punk/Emo edition

Written By: JordanK1982 on 05/08/16 at 9:56 pm

https://img.discogs.com/mRYxEEAEee2VpNMlJFilXR8-gtc=/fit-in/510x506/filters:strip_icc():format(jpeg):mode_rgb():quality(90)/discogs-images/R-2628943-1294009818.jpeg.jpg

Not The Same - Bodyjar (2000) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=18P614-bnS4

I was a big fan of Bodyjar back in the day. I remember when blink brought them out on the Enema tour; it was pretty rad! This is one of my favorite songs off the Pro Skater 3 soundtrack! These guys are an Aussie band. 8)

Subject: Re: What are you listening to -- Mid and Late 2000s Rock/Metal/Pop-Rock/Emo edition

Written By: 2001 on 05/08/16 at 10:20 pm

Both those songs are loud and awesome  :D

Subject: Re: What are you listening to -- Mid and Late 2000s Rock/Metal/Pop-Rock/Emo edition

Written By: 2001 on 06/09/16 at 12:57 pm

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Pain - Three Days Grace (2006) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ud4HuAzHEUc

;D ;D ;D

Subject: Re: What are you listening to -- Mid and Late 2000s Rock/Metal/Pop-Rock/Emo edition

Written By: Baltimoreian on 06/09/16 at 1:03 pm


https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/en/c/cf/One_X.png

Pain - Three Days Grace (2006) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ud4HuAzHEUc

;D ;D ;D


Oh my god, I loved that song. Especially Three Days Grace. Back when rock was still mainstream in the '00s.

Subject: Re: What are you listening to -- Mid and Late 2000s Rock/Metal/Pop-Rock/Emo edition

Written By: Baltimoreian on 06/09/16 at 1:05 pm

https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/en/thumb/9/9b/FingerElevenFingerEleven.jpg/220px-FingerElevenFingerEleven.jpg

Good Times - Finger Eleven (2005) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5VddYVY5FU8

Subject: Re: What are you listening to -- Mid and Late 2000s Rock/Metal/Pop-Rock/Emo edition

Written By: 2001 on 06/09/16 at 1:12 pm


https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/en/thumb/9/9b/FingerElevenFingerEleven.jpg/220px-FingerElevenFingerEleven.jpg

Good Times - Finger Eleven (2005) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5VddYVY5FU8


Oh my god, yes! I loved this album! I name dropped it in the "theme songs of the 2000s" thread, but I didn't link to it. I remember hearing this song all the time in restaurants, shopping malls, the radio throughout the 2000s. It was everywhere.

https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/en/thumb/9/9b/FingerElevenFingerEleven.jpg/220px-FingerElevenFingerEleven.jpg

One Thing - Finger Eleven (2003) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2FQO1fj1MJU

Subject: Re: What are you listening to -- Mid and Late 2000s Rock/Metal/Pop-Rock/Emo edition

Written By: JordanK1982 on 06/09/16 at 10:35 pm

What have you guys done to this thread!?

Subject: Re: What are you listening to -- Mid and Late 2000s Rock/Metal/Pop-Rock/Emo edition

Written By: Baltimoreian on 06/10/16 at 8:09 am


What have you guys done to this thread!?


Well, it's a mid-late 2000s rock thread, so I don't have any problems.

Subject: Re: What are you listening to -- Mid and Late 2000s Rock/Metal/Pop-Rock/Emo edition

Written By: XYkid on 06/10/16 at 10:01 pm

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=u00sAQJYv3o

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