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Does anyone else here feel nostalgic for 2006/2007 era emo? I

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Does anyone else here feel nostalgic for 2006/2007 era emo? I admit that it was stupid, and I never even fully embraced the look myself, but most of my friends at the time did.

I don't have any nostalgia whatsoever for late 2008/2009 "scene" though.

I hope neither look ever makes a comeback, but man, for some reason that era makes me nostalgic as hell. I'm listening to all the bands that were popular back then even though they're shit.
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emo makes me think of death note
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I hope it comes back in some way someday. Even the scene queen hello kitty myspace shit. All of it was so ridiculous.
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>>10630286
>Even the scene queen hello kitty myspace shit. All of it was so ridiculous.

Hell no. I hated that even at the time. 2007 emo was the best.
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emo will never ever make a comeback
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i bet some of this crap is still going in random ass european cities
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>>10630288

I sense a 2000s revival happening in five or ten years. You know how people obsess over the 90s now? That will definitely happen with the 2000s, even if it's in an ironic sense.

I still remember when people obsessed over the 80s and didn't give a shit about the 90s. The most vocal userbase on the internet is always the 18 - 21 year old userbase and the userbase tends to obsess over the decade they were born in, don't remember very well, and have a romantic view of.
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>>10630293

Was emo really a thing outside of the US?
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>>10630287
I hated it at the time, but now as someone who's interested in subcultures and their history, that was a golden age. 2007 emo was great yeah, but it was a logical movement from the beginnings in the 80s, through "pop punk culture" up until that point. It got really crazy in ways that couldn't be predictedin the end, and that's why I think that stuff is worth something.
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6Ux6SlOE9Qk
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hUO-sRLotOI
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ap0mqwvf7H0
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UAQcNo9yWbM
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8yvGCAvOAfM

Some of the music I remember being popular before metalcore and scene took over
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>>10630295
They straight hair proto-scene kid style started in the UK and is still going strong in South and Central America.
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>>10630294
I disagree. The 00s was an AWFUL transition phase. During the 00s, the 90s were still ok i guess.

Nowadays the 90s have that sort of coolness to them, and the 00s are still shit.

The 00s were all about flip phones and pseudo tech shit.
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>>10630296

Isn't it interesting how pervasive emo was at a time? For a while, even celebrities started to don hairstyles that involved straightened hair with layers and bangs, every single rock music video from the era involved dark makeup, etc. I remember that even the traditionally "preppy" girls in my school took influence from it and wore skulls and dark eyeliner. There really hasn't been another pervasive subculture yet (especially because "hipster" is just a fake image created by the media and nobody ever self-identified by it)
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>>10630304

Ah yeah, I forgot about the UK. It was definitely popular there.
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It's been coming back for a while now. Old emo bands are reforming and touring again.
I was never super into emo when it was popular, but I know most of the big hits. We still rock out to stupid emo and pop punk shit at work sometimes.
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>>10630307

I've been on the internet in a long time, and people felt the same way you do about the 90s during the early to mid 2000s. Although we now think of it as a really cool, easily identifiable era, people at the time dismissed it as nothing special.

I do agree that the early 2000s were terrible, but many things about the 90s are terrible: we just don't remember those things because your view of the 90s, and even the view of those who grew up in the 90s, is romanticized by 90s revival stuff which only focuses on the cool things.

When a 00s revival happen, it'll focus more on PS2, emo, shows and movies of the time, etc rather than the spiked hair and frosted tips
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>>10630310
It was pervasive because it spoke to all young people. Every teenager is at least a little fucked up and angsty. Growing up is hard and emo music was all about that.
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>>10630320
>It was pervasive because it spoke to all young people.

Yep, and then the celebrities and whatnot began to utilize elements of the "emo" image, sometimes unknowingly, the earn money and relate more to teenagers, which is always the toughest demographic to target in any medium.
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>>10630310
Yeah, definitely. And it still pops up a lot, especially in mainstream culture. Its weird. I wouldn't say its the only subculture that did that though, Hippie style functioned in a really similar way.
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My emo friends and I would literally hang out at Hot Topic.

It was lame, but I do have a certain fondness for it.
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>>10630307
>>10630319
It's funny how much I thought the '90's were shit when I was living in them, but I've grown to appreciate the decade so much more. I was too young in the '90's to really appreciate a lot of the real rock bands making music and the designers making waves with a new kind of cool. All I grew up with was the shitty boy bands and pop tarts.

The point being, though I consider the '00's to have been a shitty decade culturally, I might grow to appreciate its hidden gems in a few years. We're due for a '00's revival next.
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AZka3E37k6w
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>>10630301
lmao before I did it

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CQ9JdDAbKH0

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=E_4TZNeBuZw

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PBkzi-fBisE

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4OIAiVIN8Ck

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pfgTiAjgFs8

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mqi1UTGjqso

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VLoOx86A6bE

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NU9JoFKlaZ0

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Soa3gO7tL-c
which turned into

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_Yr5rn3Sv_4
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the one thing i will never ever fucking miss were those hideous, big ass skate shoes people used to wear

there are literally no shoes uglier than these pieces of shit. even back then when they were popular i knew they were ugly as fuck and i just wore chuck taylors which are works of art compared to those kind of shoes
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>>10630301
No Underoath Senpai?
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1eX7Lly8yTI
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>>10630350
remember osiris?
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>>10630319
IDK man, there's something about the 00s that just doesn't cut it, that's why I think they're awful and not as memorable as the 90s or previous eras. (I consider the 00s 2000-2007ish).

Technology is advancing so fast... the PS2 and TV "revival" you mention is already happening with all these consoles having backwards compatibility/eshops with old games available. Like there's no need for a revival when we already have everything at hand. 00s TV shows are all streamable online. Early 00s fashion is so awful I don't think it'll ever come back except by celebrities with "daring" 00s throwback outfits on some red carpet.

I understand what you're saying though, it's just that I don't see the 00s as iconic as the 80/90s, only as a weird transitional phase.
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>>10630365
No I agree. I think this period is probably the most cringeworthy in all of history. I wouldn't be surpirsed if SLP tried their hand at making that era of Emo/Screamo/Post-Hardcore palatable on the runway, though.
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fucking toonami, skinny jeans, the best albums, emo, goth, myspace, facebook, twitter

the nationalistic nostalgia created by 9/11

The emergence of all the best systems, all the best pokemon games, grand theft auto just stfu if you hate on the 00's era


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=acIU7yxzJ70

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VLoOx86A6bE

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uCUpvTMis-Y

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

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=l1p_NHFd8jM
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>>10630376
posting anything from Luster is cheating because it simultaneously created and was the pinnacle of the '00's emo/rock look
the problem being that in doing so, Luster also begat all the stupid knockoffs of that style

also that look is basically what >>10630374 is referring to
he probably isn't familiar with pre-SLP Hedi
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>>10630353
one of the best bands to ever exist... fuck
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you underage fags don't even know what nostalgia is and the fact the pre-9/11 america was much better than all that shit that was the 00s
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>>10630457
Your statement is completely invalid as the aughts had low-rise jeans.
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I CHIME IN WITH A
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>>10630517
HAVEN'T YOU PEOPLE EVER HEARD OF
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I like certain things about the emo look, I think future aesthetics might take some elements of it and put a new spin on it. I still secretly love the hair
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TOrsE9oRhaU
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Make it real 2016 emo revival
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>>10630365
>>10630374
you guys should both realize that the 90s were once discussed the exact same way.. as being devoid of fashion/culture

but one day it will come back. it already is. early 2000s stuff is already on the comeback since it gets blended with late 90s without people even realize it. And then stuff like vapor wave is very early 2000s aesthetic

Everything comes back around eventually
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me in 2006

can't believe this picture is almost ten years old, it feels like yesterday :(
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>>10630834
Cool

I was 16 in 2006, also an emo.

It was hard to get hardcore porn back then.
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those people still exist ya know lmao
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>>10630834
fa
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>>10630275
All the emos from back then are probably slp+longhair now
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>>10630275
2003-4 was the emo era, late 2004-2007 was scene, around 2008 the hipster/indie memes took

you must have lived in a years behind flyover state
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>>10630336
>too young in the 90s
>love the 90s
>hated the 00s you grew up in

ten years ago
>too young in the 80s
>love the 80s
>hated the 90s you grew up in

in ten years
>too young in the 00s
>love the 00s
>hated the 10s you grew up in

notice a pattern? it's how the trend/nostalgia cycle works. 20 year increments.
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>>10630900
or manbuns and monochrome
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2015 midwest emo revival twinklecore crecendocrunk pride desu senpai

who with me
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>>10630275
>tfw mum wouldn't let me get snakebits
>tfw hair could never get quite long enough because it was so damaged
>tfw will never be able to look at my school photos without cringing
xXx Too depressed to go on xXx
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>>10630900
/fa/ is were former emo kids come during their quarter year crisis
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who absolutepunk.net here senpai
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>>10630912
this is why the 90s are so romanticized right now, it wasn't that anything really good happened, it's just that people associate it with their childhood
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>>10630834
Damn, I bet you got so much of tha pussi b0ss.
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>>10630955
Wisdom.

Rose-colored glasses, man. The 90s and '00s were goddamn AWFUL sartorially.
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>>10630376
>smile like you mean it came out more than a decade ago

goddamn it, i'm old

brb killing self
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>>10630350
It's a small step from white AF1's to colored AF1's to any type of chunky "sneaker". AF1's are in essence a gateway drug to early 2000's skateshoes.
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>>10630912
Every year I get closer to the year in which I die. My virginity hanging on me like a stench
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>>10630994
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>>10630350
Yes! Wore big ass black fallens with skin tight Levi's, looks ridiculous thinking back. That silhouette, w/ a spiked red belt and the scene hair. Oh man
>>10630353
I loved underoath when I was in this phase. Occasionally still listen to the changing of times album lol
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>>10630275
Man naked emo teens were my first google search fap
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who /MCR/ here
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>>10631040
Damn mines was boobs. Naked boobs
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>>10631047
i have three cheers for sweet revenge in my car, i listen to it on my way to work sometimes
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>>10631047
Their first album is pretty good, the bullets one
I like the jetset life, cemetery drive, & it's not a fashion statement off of 3 cheers.
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http://www.stuffyouwillhate.com/

check this website if you want to be up to date with the emo revival shit and scene related stuff, cmon guys we are gonna make it!
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>>10630479
>low-rise jeans.
is this some kind of sick joke
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>>10630919
True
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>>10630944
I know I was... The shame...
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>>10630304
I'm from SA, emo used to be somewhat normal here, but the scene years that followed were pretty big, mostly 2008-10, nothing fancy like those super bimbo queens, but still p big, I was one of the most popular kids in my city back then, good times, was really happy back then.
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>>10630978
I know man so nostalgiac
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>>10631040
I couldn't even pretend to know how many times I fapped to the video of that emogirl flashing on camera on dailymotion. Simpler times
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>>10630904
You're dumb my chemical romance dropped the black parade in 2006, which was the height of their career, scene started around late 2006 early 2007, and didn't start to pinnacle until like 2008 around the time of crunk-core, punk to crunk wasn't released until april 2008...

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Qa6qpgLvH30

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hmNK9cSCyRQ

>>10630449
Yep you know exactly what you're talking about.

Heidi basically created the pinnacle of emo fashion, then modernized it with SLP, which turned into meme chrome,.... Now it's dieing out with nothing to replace it.. :/
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me in 2007
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Waiting for that late 90's/early 00's loose/slightly oversized look from minorities in Phoenix and buzzcuts
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>>10630870
Yes, but 99% of the time they're autistic.
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>>10630337
actually listened to the whole thing 7/10 for nostalgia. My highschool crush had the lyrics written on her bedroom wall.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YDodJuuSrr4
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>>10631954
are you rtz?
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https://youtu.be/AyP_myiI294

I know I have a picture of me when I was young with an emo haircut and an Emery hoodie
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8yvGCAvOAfM

Why is Jared Leto so perfect at every style he chooses?
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qW9_cklGbOg

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eD3QkNyORIo

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4hxrtPwAWxY

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7NYbojdoAQE

come on guys these should have been posted already
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mfuckin anthony green up in here

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=e7XJGJ7k33w


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uRuRYqzOaVI
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>>10630295
Jesus it's so prominent in Mexico
Every time I go there I still see kids with piercings all over their faces listening to Blessthefall and Norma Jean
Then again there is fairly decent youth culture in Mexico (straight edge, punk, goth, mod, skinhead, casual, surf, skater, metal. Pretty much everything) so it's not all like that
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tfw you'll never go back and bang one of those big titted emo girls who were so obviously up for it in hindsight but you were shy and never bothered to try
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>>10630283
Fuck, me too come to think of it
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>>10630834
god i wish i could've asked you out and get rejected so badly
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I've seen the rare emo or goth chick hanging around in the nearby mall recently.
I was a bit of an emo kid growing up but I could never really get into the fashion aspect of it because I was fking fat and looked like shit in it. Thinking about getting a couple of metal band shirts and distressing them or some patches just for pure nostalgic value.
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>>10632567
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>>10632489
ARE U ME
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>>10632489
>tfw you will never fuck a big titted 15 year old emo girl
fuck I regret it so much
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>>10631173
luckily my hair is long enough that when I feel emo, I just throw on my one pair of super skinnies I have left and put on a black shirt. man, those were the days tho. I miss liking The Used, but Taking Back Sunday will always have a spot.
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I never went emo, at that time I wanted to be a goth. One time I was going to watch a horror film with a 10/10 goth girl that looked so much like this one >>10631530 and my mom didn't want to let me go and asked loudly "So, are you going to only wear black now, too???!". To that I said: yes, that is exactly what I'm thinking.
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You guys remember this?>>10630519


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9sTQ0QdkN3Q
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Might be one of the best threads to come out of /fa/ in awhile
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>>10630342
finally some mcr in this thread
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>>10630955
/Reaganomics/
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>>10630275
No because I was 11/12.

That whole emo and scene era was extremely lame to me. And still is. I never understood the appeal. I just figured it was angsty people whining about things that didn't actually matter.

These people are still the same, they just express it in ways other than shitty myspace backgrounds, snakebite piercings and bangs that cover 2/3 of their face.
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>>10630834
post a picture of you now.
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>>10632818

the most emo shit ever

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dhZTNgAs4Fc
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I remember going full emo in high school, black nail polish, eyeliner, checkered belts, endless supply of black band tshirts... I don't miss how I dressed but I do miss how much fun I had with the music. Seeing MCR in concert back then was probably the best thing teenage me experienced.
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>>10632900
Me and some guys from school would miss a class and in my bathroom we'd paint our nails and straighten our hair, ironically of course.
Emo era was great for irony.
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>tfw emo revival is so fucking good

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tkcC1CHBFhc11
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>>10630280
killing your self for love isn't shamefull you fuckhead if you wana die you wana die if you wana live hang out on 4chan and entertain your self or fuck off and go watch some porn.
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emo was just goth's baby, and now memchrome is emo's baby. pic related
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https://vine.co/v/exHOXvPA1nB

Anyone feeling nostalgic for the Emo/Scene kid phase is still living it and should quickly reevaluate their life.
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>>10630519
Panic at the disco is great, but shut the fuck up please
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>>10630275
No. Emo Revival and 90's Emo are amazing. That 2000's shit is shit. Praise Snowing.
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>>10631047
Quiet you might attract the tumblrinas
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4k_h9g4eoAI

Listen to how fucking negative these lyrics are...

I could never put my fucking finger on it, but now I know why I LOVED this time period more than any other in my life. It WASN'T, because I WAS YOUNG.

It was all simply for ONE REASON.

PESSIMISM WAS ACCEPTED, AND BECAME MAINSTREAM. YOU COULD POINT OUT ALL THE NEGATIVE SHIT ABOUT LIFE, WITHOUT EVERYONE JUDGING YOU, OR FORCING PC CULTURE DOWN YOUR THROAT.

EMO QUINTESSENTIALLY captured the ability to freely speak your thoughts, and embrace everything about life including death.

No fedora tipping, just being honest.

EVEN cinematic movies were allowed to capture the worst parts of life, and that is what people embraced the most.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZHDi_AnqwN4

remember Napoleon dynamite? He was a fucking loser, but it was OK.
>>10633050
Why, because you say so?

So nostalgia means you need to reevaluate your life?
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>>10630275
It's because you miss being surrounded by cute bois.
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>>10632919
fuck off
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>>10631083
I Brought You My Bullets, You Brought Me Your Love is one of the best albums of all time
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>>10633283
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=blI7P2GgCyI&list=RDblI7P2GgCyI
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>>10633181
modest mouse isn't emo fuck off
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>>10630457
This desu
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>>10630457
I dunno man the anti-Bush rhetoric was pretty fun back then
Conan sketches were hilarious by default
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I like emo girls. Would not make a chance because I'm not emo and they're all emo inbreds. fml
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>>10633331
>not really getting quads
>implying I said modest mouse was emo
>missing the entire point of my post revolving around the pessimism that was freely expressed during this era

>being this fucking dumb

I hope you don't consider yourself educated or smart. You have serious reading comprehension issues.
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>>10630275
no, I'm nostalgic about 1997-2000, but I'm forever alone here so I hope you have better luck

RNS^CMS^SAC

eriis free reminisce
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>>10630275
>2006/2007 era emo
I think you mean the 2002/2003 emo scene. No one looked like this in 2007 except kids and hangers on.
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Sooo many scene bitches hitting me up purely because I had emo kid hair.
good times.
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>>10630301
>>10630342
Way to pick the worst emo ever.
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>you had pretty emo hair
>you are now thinning and receding

fuck man, take me back
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>>10633181
Way to identify with the worst Modest Mouse album.
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>>10633589
>scene
https://www.youtube.com/watch?list=PL174BD0BBD87B53FA&feature=player_detailpage&v=HGndetT2vkI

https://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_detailpage&list=PLC2FCB2871C396459&v=xIs_5nfJKu4
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>>10630457
tfw the US has been in a slow decline your entire life
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As a person who use to dress emo in highschool and middle school I still have a similar look. I still wear very slim jeans however I try to ad more simple elegant and modern wardrobe to the mix. however the slim jeans are a must. my hair is much shorter as well medium length with a nose piercing.

pic related
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>>10630994
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>>10630350
>mfw i've seen people who still wear these
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>emo

keep misusing that word guys
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>>10633702
Nobody cares.
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>>10630359
>>10630350
These motherfuckers were the worst of the worst
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>>10630307
people are already fetishizing the early 2000s yung lean and ironic tribal prints etc etc
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you guys are embarassing
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>>10631922
you're completely retarded, know nothing of what you speak, and are probably too young to have participated in the real scene. MCR was regarded, at the time, as the past-peak. Here are some mainstream examples to back me up though. The Used's album that got them big was released in 2002. Brand New's album that got them big was released in 2003, but had popular singles out in 2001. Taking Back Sunday? 2002. As for the screamy shit that created "Scene"? The Bled, 2003 they broke out. Curl Up And Die was 2001. Blood Brothers 2003. Glassjaw 2003.

Clearly you were a laggard then, you're probably behind on culture fashion and music now too, sorry for being flyover.
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>>10631922
and for scene appearing/peaking years, there were scene kids here around 2004. By 2008 most of them except for the 16 and under crowd that were little poser faggots had already long moved on to either good old fashioned hXc kids in some cases or indie kids in many more.

lesson of this? the "pinnacle" of emo was a good 4 years before you think it was, you were probably like 8 at the time, nostalgia has misinformed you faggot
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>>10633588
thank fucking christ someone else knows what's up. the shit people are associating with 2008 I saw 5 years earlier. Hipsters were already a thing by 2008. But how comically behind and slow /fa/ was on this explains a ton about alot of the posts & fits on this board
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>tfw no black nails
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>>10630948
still look at the news updates from time to time t.b.h.
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>>10631142
It's been dead for a while. Sarge D hasn't posted anything and the last update was a guest post by Kelen from TSSF in July
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>>10630912
this desu
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>>10633620
beautiful
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>>10634746
I KNOW ; _ ;
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>>10632489
>tfw I dated one of those
She was slightly chubby, long straight black hair, but big breasts
Looking back on it I was beta as hell but the sex was really fun
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You youngsters don't even know about emo.
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>>10636614
this is old school American Football, Sunny Day Real Estate, kind of emo.
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>>10636621
Yeah. The good kind. Before teenagers started wearing black and pink eyeliner and were obsessed with Nightmare Before Christmas.
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>>10636621
yeah this emo was the derivative of post hardcore like fugazi
the '06 myspace emo was a derivative of this
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>>10636628
>>10636621
I enjoy both kinds of emo though. I'm too young to have been a part of the height of old school emo but old enough to appreciate it now.
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>>10632976
Better to live for love and improve the world.
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No, hell-fucking-no

It was an era filled with awful haircuts, faggy hooded sweatshirts, even faggier graphic tees, and jeans that were way to tight.

It was an embarrassing era, where the dudes looked like bitches, and the bitches didn't look that much better.
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>>10632479
nice that's my shit

gonna see the juturna tour finale in nj this saturday
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>>10633620
not you.
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>>10631029

ah yeah, the fucking studded belts. everyone had one.
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>>10630904
>late 2004-2007 was scene

what? scene wasn't around until mid 2008
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>>10634125

we're talking about the fashion, not the music (which isn't even real emo). nobody dressed "scene' until 2008

look at the music videos from those early 2000s bands, nobody dressed in the skinny jeans/skate shoes/studded belts with long dyed straightened bangs yet
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>>10634131

you just don't know the difference between emo and scene fashion
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>>10634137

how do you dress and what do you like since you're so up to date?
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>>10633593

I was just picking what was really popular at the time, not what was good.
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Me on the glory days
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>>10634137
To be fair, what people generally think of as a hipster was a thing before 2003 too. There's even a book about it.
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>>10630275
You're just a degenerate. All "emo" or "scene" shit is just that, shit.
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>>10637320
nice hair lol
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>>10637346
Ty :)
Growing again
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The peak of the 00s for me was between 04-07. Before 04 was a really cringey mix of hot topic mallgoth emo and after 07 brokencyde ruined it. If you were scene you were a snob that would go to shows every week and hardcore dancing was cool. Fashion was gauged ears/snake bites, girl jeans, band tees/hoodies that you bought from the merch table. Norma Jean started it all in '02 but the popular bands were Dillinger Escape Plan, Animosity, Remembering Never, Acacia Strain, BTBAM, and ETID.
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>>10637324
>>10636982
>>10636974
>>10636971
>>10636966
check the dates of the entries laddies, unless they were time travelers from 2008. Sorry but y'all were late adopters. I wonder if you still are and don't realize it.
http://www.urbandictionary.com/define.php?term=scene
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>>10637433
Apparently you were too fucking cool for the best post hardcore band of that era
I still remember hearing about Geoff Rickley breaking his nose at Warped and continuing to play
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>>10636614
This is the type of music going through a revival right now at least, the fashion of it wasnt altogether great but modern interpretatioms of it arent bad, think big sweaters and tight jeans, comfy-core stuff. I feel like this kind of fits, nb
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No one could forget emodad. crisxcrux
The keks I had.
back then we called them lulz :^)
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/rawr/ general when
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>>10637320
>odd shoelaces
takes me back :')
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>>10631029
Shit is still good pham
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No one's posted the Such Great Heights vid from Confide? God -tier Emo aesthetic
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GncK6IuY8OA
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>>10638256
A message for Adrienne gets me going every fucking time
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Was mid 90s shoegaze emo?
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>>10637563

Those entries are from when scene was interchangeable with emo. Read the descriptions. They don't describe what later came to be known as the shitty scene style
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>>10630444
Love this anim

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_Ei2izPLpHc&list=PL7740BBE2DA6029C6

fuck....
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>>10638315

What
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>>10630275
2nd wave emo was like 99-2005 dude. 2005 was when post hardcore got bigger and where "scene" is from.
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>>10631922
Three Cheers was what was actually popular before mainstream shit. Taking Back Sunday's first record was in like 2001. Brand News was 2000.
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>>10630359
I used to think those were the tightest shit
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>>10638326
no, you were just behind because you weren't old enough to be exposed to it until it's decline well after it's peak desu senpai
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>>10633620
Nice filename m8.
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>>10632442
Leto's been jocking every popular style at it's peak since forever ago. even in his music. Everything about him is malleable. No actual personality

Impressed with the bassist's choice of the doing his top button that long ago and making it work really well, though
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Oh shit no Your Scene Sucks pics yet?

Most kids who are serious about Metal / Hardcore wouldn’t be where they are without the works of bands such Black Flag, Bad Brains and Black Sabbath. Nowadays, the frontrunners of metalcore wouldn’t be where they are if Switchfoot, Five Iron Frenzy and DC Talk weren’t played at past bible camp retreats.

In recent years religion has made its presence felt in the metalcore scene moreso than ever before. In order to avoid this trend make sure to keep a tally while listening to current bands. If you hear the word “he” more than “she” then you are either a) listening to bear force one or b) you might be being taken advantage of by Jesus mind tricks. If you find yourself armed with a hair straightener and a wardrobe of v-neck shirts you must immediately listen to NOFX records for the next few hours to cleanse yourself from this form of audio hypnosis.

Hardcore wouldn’t be what it is without some sense of passion, but passion about some fictional zombie?
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>>10630275
>not living in Canada

Lol, the "emo/scene" thing happened in 2002-2003 in Vancouver m8.
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>>10640092
Oh God the To Write Love on Her Arms bracelet
Got one of those at a Bayside/Driver Side Impact/A Day to Remember show in like 07
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>>10630275
No, I like that the seventies are coming back,

Fuck that emo shit, I was a baby than, ma ass in college now and I'm happy I neva lived through that weird whyt shit. Old school urban culture was cool tho, I miss when Ciara was ontop she comin back now
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>>10636614
The feels. I was the edgy teen in 2006 with sweater vests and buzzed hair an listened to first wave emo and hardcore.
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>>10630350
I was never emo but spent the early 2000s as a mosher kid in north east England. These chunky fucking trainers with the massive baggy jeans that got all shredded round the bottoms and dragged behind you. Fucking nightmare when it rained.
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>>10630275
YES
>Y E S
>E
>S
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>>10631029
Lmao I remember looking through a fallen pamphlet my friend got mailed to him and thinking this brand was god tier. Also had a spiked belt that effectively ruined all my teeshirts in the back.
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>>10632489
I got my dick sucked the night of my 15th birthday by my scene gf at the time.

Sounds way cooler than it was, she was awful, so much teeth.
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>>10633560
Dont post shui the GOAT in your shitposts.
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YFW half the white guys at your school dressed like this and listened to slipknot.
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>>10630301
>>10630342
>they dont know about FFTL

they are the embodiment of the scene

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1a4C_SxvITk
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>>10630275
Im actually growing my hair out its gonna look just the pic same color my friends say its stupid and outdated I know I just looked so good with long hair before I cut it Sometimes I feel like the last emo out there I've googled emo recently its just a new generation of dumb kids listening to black veil brides and avenged sevenfold I cringed up so hard then put on some Hawthorne heights and crawled into a ball I don't wear studded belts or makeup anymore it's like subtle style though just mcr band t-shirts and black jeans I know I should grow up
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CUT MY WRISTS AND BLACK MY EYES

honestly this thread is making me sad, but emos just remind me of fake profiles
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SHE SAID DOONT
DONT LET IT GO TO YOUR HEAD
BOYS LIKE YOU ARE DIME A DOZEN
BOYS LIKE YOU ARE DIME A DOZEN
SHE SAID
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>>10632669
why the fuck would you even bring this up anon you fucking sadist
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