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#3
Every song from the Tony Hawk and Gran Turismo games.

And the Fort Minor album (haters gonna hate).
#4
The entire Money For Nothing album by Dire Straits... Probs still my favourite album to this day because of the nostalgia...
Also, How to Dismantle and Atomic Bomb by U2... Reminds me of happy places.
#8
Quote by High&Mighty
Smashmouth songs. I thought i was such a G blasting 'All Star' all the time.


This too, I didn't think to put it in the OP.
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#10
Quote by slipknot5678
Every song from the Tony Hawk and Gran Turismo games.

And the Fort Minor album (haters gonna hate).


same here also old eminem from when i was 13 and encore came out
#19
Quote by FireHawk
3 Doors Down - Kryptonite

Sum41 - Fat Lip

Anything by Sugar Ray or Garth Brooks


I keep forgetting these!!! Except I didn't start listening to Sum 41 until about 2 years ago.
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#20
Quote by Saint78
no u

But seriously, The Fall of Troy is amazing. I can agree with you on the other two though.

Well I'm not trying to bash the music it's just that your past seems like it was just 4-5 years ago.
#21
Another One Bites the Dust/We Will Rock You- my first real rock songs.

Oh, and All Star.
I pride myself on my humility.
#22
Quote by metaldud536
Well I'm not trying to bash the music it's just that your past seems like it was just 4-5 years ago.


It was, but basically thing before this exact second is my past. So you were bashing my whole life. Which is oddly acceptable.
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#24
Quote by StewieSwan
The fuck?


Doppelganger is a masterpiece.
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#26
Quote by Saint78
Doppelganger is a masterpiece.



That was more about you calling it metal.


Quote by British Josh
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zfwsxoo_FL8

Tony Hawk's Pro Skater. Classic song



Beat you to it. It was the very first reply in fact.
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Last edited by StewieSwan at Oct 2, 2011,
#27
Quote by Saint78
It was, but basically thing before this exact second is my past. So you were bashing my whole life. Which is oddly acceptable.

Well it looks to me that your whole life hasn't been that long.
#28
Quote by StewieSwan
That was more about you calling it metal.


I would consider this to be metal.

EDIT: ^ Of course not, I'm 13.
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#29
Quote by due
Jimmy Eat World - "The Middle"
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oKsxPW6i3pM

Nine Days - "Absolutely (Story of a Girl)"
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZIAN...feature=related


I remember that second song was badass cause it was in a Lizzie Mcguire episode. The Middle is still one of my go to songs when i'm in the mood for singing though, so it only kindof reminds me of my past.

Quote by metaldud536
Well it looks to me that your whole life hasn't been that long.


TS is 9 years old that's why.
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#31
Quote by British Josh
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zfwsxoo_FL8

Tony Hawk's Pro Skater. Classic song

This better be...

IT IS

#33
Quote by StewieSwan

This was the song that immediately came to my mind.
daytripper75

Bullieve


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Second you dance.
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#36
EVERY single Disney song in existence, especially the 90's ones like Toy Story, Lion King, Pochaontas etc (and wow i completely butchered her name). And surprisingly, White Flag by Dido. I hadn't heard the song since when it first come out (i was probably 9 or 10) and then i hear it a couple months again and wowwwww, instant memories.
G(g)od was like: "Make you an ark of gopher wood; rooms shall you make in the ark, and shall pitch it within and without with pitch."

And i was like: "What's gopher wood?"
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#38
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_F-ipYpd53I

I remember hearing this in the Digimon Movie...
Then I became a Ska/Punk kid in High School.
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