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8 Songs That Will Take You On A Nostalgic Trip To Your Teens

We can’t deny that things change, but it’s not until we stop and take a breath when we realize just how much. For example, it’s been ten years since 2006. Do you remember what you were doing back then? If we get a mental image from back then, we can see that we’ve changed in the way we dress and talk, or our taste in film and art has also shifted in its own way. But what about music?

Ten years ago we would’ve never guessed what we’d be listening to today. What’s more, we might be a little embarrassed about the music that gave us all these feels back then. But for today, let’s remember all those tunes that made us excited and, at times, tear up a little bit.

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My Chemical Romance—"Welcome to the Black Parade"



At the end of 2006 Gerard Way and the band came back with the follow-up to their album Three Cheers for Sweet Revenge. It was more Emo than Happy Punk; it was dripping with mascara and eyeliner, but full of attitude that filled your teen self with emotion.


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Panic! At the disco — "I Write Sins Not Tragedies"



The video for this song proved to be a winner of the 2006 VMA’s. Due to the band being introduced under the label of Emo, it took a while before it garnered a more mainstream following. But back then, that just meant their songs would become our own personal soundtrack.




The Killers  — "When You Were Young"



This band has become one of the most respected and revered bands of the past decade.  Brandon Flowers’ unique voice and the band’s second album Sam’s Town were the most heard sounds of 2006. This song was particularly emblematic for reminding us of the value of true love.



Angels & Airwaves — "The Adventure"



Amidst Tom Delonge’s on and off again relationship with Blink-182 he got this band together. They released their first record at the start of 2006 and, though it was a little pretentious, this song became one of the year’s greats.

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Red Hot Chilli Peppers — "Dani California"



Who doesn’t remember the video for this song that showed us the history of rock? In 2006, RHCP released one of its most lackluster albums, but this song was heard all day on the radio and its video filled the screens of the music channels.


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Fall Out Boy – "Dance Dance"



The Chicago band had a steady cult following since releasing Take This To Your Grave, but in 2006 FOB exploded on the radio with this song from their second album. It can be said that it's thanks to this tune that the band enjoys world-wide fame. 

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Jack’s Mannequin – "
Dark Blue"



This song marked a new beginning to Andrew McMahon in more ways than one. After releasing an album with his new band after the members of Something Corporate went their separate ways, the singer was diagnosed with Leukemia. But after winning the battle against the disease, both he and his band went out on tour to promote Everything In Transit.

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All American Rejects  - "
Move Along"


There was a moment during that year when it seemed every car speeding by with the windows down was blasting this song. It was the happiest song about having a bad day, and maybe that’s why it became so popular. Admit it, even now that you listen to the tune again it’s making you want to revisit all your pyramid belts and armbands you bought at Hot Topic ten years ago.



Translated by María Suárez







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