Pop-punk kids, it’s your time to shine. If your old iPod Nano was packed with hours’ worth of blink-182, Yellowcard and Green Day, this quiz is for you.

It’s a bummer we can’t attend full-capacity basement shows or mosh in a pit with our friends, but one day, we will be able to do all that and more again. For now, let’s head back to the 2000s where some of our favorite albums were brought to life.

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Pop an ollie and let’s see if you can remember these pop-punk lyrics from a decade ago as well as the artists who sang them. 

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It’s been 13 years since All Time Low released their groundbreaking album So Wrong, It’s Right. Despite the amount of time that has gone by, a classic song from the record has just achieved a major music milestone.

Over the years, All Time Low have collected a few music certifications. However, All Time Low’s So Wrong, It’s Right has respectfully achieved the most amount of certifications. In fact, the entire album was certified gold in 2017. Their megahit “Dear Maria, Count Me In” is also currently certified platinum.

Now, All Time Low are celebrating another achievement with So Wrong, It’s Right. Their iconic song Remembering Sunday is officially certified gold in the United States. This means that the song has surpassed 500,000 equivalent sales, and it was never even a single.

Remembering Sunday” featuring Juliet Simms has become one of All Time Low’s most beloved songs. Simms has performed the song countless times with ATL over the years. Cassadee Pope has also previously stepped in and provided vocals during numerous performances.

“Remembering Sunday” is still one of All Time Low’s most popular songs on Spotify. Currently, it has over 47 million streams on the platform, making it one of the most-streamed ATL songs ever.

This new achievement arrives just weeks after All Time Low earned their first No. 1 on Billboard’s Alternative Airplay chart. “Monsters,” the collaboration with blackbear, reached the coveted top spot back in September. The song appears on their most recent album, Wake Up, Sunshine.