2009 feels like a lifetime ago, but we all know that 20ninescene is alive and well. The thing is, we're better at remembering song lyrics from a whole decade ago than we are at remembering how to do long equations. That's just kind of how it goes.

Can you remember which bands are celebrating 10-year album anniversaries in 2019? Test yourself below.

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All Time Low’s Nothing Personal was among the many epic releases to drop in 2009. The band recently revealed they’ll be re-recording and sharing the backstory behind the record.

“10 years later we return to the scene of the crime: Filmed and tracked live at RedBull Studios, we take look back at All Time Low’s album Nothing Personal. Coming soon!” they  tweeted on the day of the 10-year anniversary along with a teaser video.

Nothing Personal holds scene classic such as “Weightless,” “Lost In Stereo” and “Damned If I Do Ya (Damned If I Don't).” However, frontman Alex Gaskarth recently shared that one track to make the final cut had to go through a name change.

All Time Low and blink-182 fans are well aware that the bands share a pretty similar song title. Gaskarth revealed a “True Story” regarding ATL’s “A Party Song (The Walk of Shame)” and blink’s “The Party Song.”

In May, the frontman took to Twitter to post a poll, asking fans to choose between “A Party Song” and fellow Nothing Personal track “Keep The Change.”

Of course, blink-182 frontman Mark Hoppus had to cast his vote. “Party song, but the blink-182 one,” he tweeted.

The retweet sparked Gaskarth to share a bit of a fun fact behind the track’s title and how it was almost named “Party Song.”

“True story: we were gonna call it ‘Party Song’ and then Jack reminded me that blink already had a song by that name, so it became ‘A Party Song’ (since it would never be the definitive Party Song, just one of several.)”