14 CDs Every Girl Owned In The 2000s
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14 CDs Every Girl Owned In The 2000s

Because every girl had to listen to the perfect album when staring dramatically out the car window.

14 CDs Every Girl Owned In The 2000s
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Every young girl in the early 2000s had a rad CD collection that they flaunted to their friends. They would pull out their fuzzy, sporty or cutesy cases and flip through their stash of the best albums and soundtracks of the time. Early on, they would sport their portable CD player when walking around the house or driving on road trips, and towards the end of the decade all of the CDs were downloaded on the family's desktop computer and saved to their iPod Nano.

Here are 14 albums that every girl listened to on repeat in the 2000s:

1. "Oops I Did It Again": Britney Spears

If you didn't make up a dance to any song off this album, were you really alive in 2000?

2. "Aaron's Party (Come Get It)": Aaron Carter

"I Want Candy"...

3. "The Spirit Room": Michelle Branch

"Cause you're everything to me" is probably the most sung lyric of 2001. Let's be real.

4. "Let Go": Avril Lavigne

"Complicated" and "Sk8er Boi" are classic anthems of the early 2000s – Avril taught every girl how to speak her mind and the meaning of the word "punk."

5. "Freaky Friday" Soundtrack

Best part of Freaky Friday? Chad Michael Murray singing to Jamie Lee Curtis. Too bad that's not a track on this album.

5. "Thankful" - Kelly Clarkson

This fresh-faced and post-American Idol winner's first album gave us hits like "Miss Independent."

6. "The Lizzie McGuire Movie" Soundtrack

Admit it: we all dreamed that Paolo would whisk us away on his scooter when we listened to this soundtrack.

7. "Beautiful Soul": Jesse McCartney

What a "Beautiful Soul" he is, indeed.

8. "Confessions Of A Teenage Drama Queen" Soundtrack

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Definitely the peak of Lindsay Lohan's career, and definitely the best movie soundtrack of 2004. (Don't worry, "The Lizzie McGuire Movie" was in 2003.)

9. "Metamorphosis": Hilary Duff

Did anyone else have this poster in their childhood bedroom?

10. "Autobiography": Ashlee Simpson

I would really like to believe that Avril and Ashlee were friends. They must have been, right? So. Much. Angst.

11. Disney's "Girlz Rock"

A compilation album of Disney Channel female stars? Sign my 8-year-old self up!

12. "Aquamarine" Soundtrack

Both this movie and soundtrack are timeless. Doesn't everyone, no matter what their age, want to be a mermaid?

13. "High School Musical" Soundtrack

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Because we had to know the words to every song before the Dance-A-Long came on. Duh!

14. "Hannah Montana" Soundtrack

When you and your best friend begged your mom to play your Hannah Montana CD in the car so you could belt "Best of Both Worlds." Thank you, Disney, for such a catchy theme song.

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