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8 Movie Cameos That Had Every Pop-Punk Fan Screaming

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The late 90s and early 2000s were a great time when two of life's most enjoyable pleasures came together: teen movies and pop punk. Thanks to these collaborations there are some great scenes we will want to visit again, and again.

Some of your favorite 90s music not only was featured on the soundtrack of these teen flicks, but had a role on screen during the movie.

Let's relive some of the greatest musical cameos in teen movies!

Blink-182- American Pie (1999)

Do you think you've seen American Pie so many times that you know every scene in the movie? Did you catch Blink-182 making a cameo? Don't blink too long because you may miss Tom, Mark and Travis during the webcam broadcast that was sent to the entire school.

In the first few seconds they were playing the tail end of a song before being distracted by what was going on online.

Good Charlotte - Not Another Teen Movie (2001)

After their first album and before reaching mainstream success, up-and-coming punk band Good Charlotte was looking for exposure to launch them into stardom.

As most teen movies of the early 2000's this one had a long prom scene that allowed the band to show off their stuff on stage.

This parodied teen movie draws on American Pie, to Sixteen Candles and Cruel Intentions amd gave a young Chris Evans his breakthrough role.

Sugar Ray- Scooby-Doo (2002)

While not exactly as much of a pop punk band as the others on the list, Sugar Ray still has one of the greatest movie cameos of the time. The live action Scooby-Doo movie also had a solid cast including Sarah Michelle Gellar, Freddie Prinze Jr. Linda Cardellini and Matthew Lillard. Sugar Ray has his cameo performing on the island whose members have been possessed.

Nothing screams early 2000's like this scene.

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