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Fall Out Boy Flooded Our Brains (And Hearts) With Memories During This Super Nostalgic Performance

The boys rocked their hearts out as they were ushered into the Hall of Wood.

So, Fall Out Boy rocked the stage at the 2015 mtvU Woodie Awards with a kickass medley of their greatest hits and JUST. DAMN.

The dudes were of course celebrating an extra special occasion as the first inductees into the "Hall of Wood," which celebrates artists who've grow their fanbases while continuing to represent the true spirit of the Woodies. Check out their performance below, which will give you all kinds of nostalgic feels:

The boys performed "Thanks For The Memories," "Sugar, We're Goin Down," "Centuries," "This Ain't A Scene, It's An Arms Race," and closed out with "My Songs Know What You Did In The Dark (Light 'Em Up)," with a sprinkling of "Uma Thurman" at the end. We caught that Munsters sample!

Also, Pete Wentz had hot pink hair, which is kind of awesome.

At the end, host Jack Antonoff awarded the boys with their trophy and they were as humble, grateful and amazing as ever. "It's insane. I think it's a statement for the Woodies supporting emerging artists," Pete Wentz said (as we stared at his amazing pink hair).

The band has come a long way since they received the award for Streaming Woodie at the very first Woodies in 2004.

Thnks Fr The Mmmrs, Fall Out Boy. We're so proud of you.