All that was old will be new again, especially when a brand sees an opportunity to capitalize on nostalgia. The latest to ride the retro recall is Coca-Cola, who've resurrected Surge soda, the company's highly caffeinated, electric green sugar water. The drink, which was Coke's answer to Pepsi's Mountain Dew powerhouse, was discontinued by the brand in 2001 after just five years on the market. It seems that was enough time to make an impression on some 130,000 plus people who began a Facebook page calling for its return.

Never doubt your ability to make a difference in the world through the power of social media. Coca-Cola has released a limited amount of the soda on Amazon, which appears to have sold out for the moment. The company does seem to be releasing the product in waves so if your desire to go on a caffeine-fuled Macarena marathon is strong, check back frequently. There's always the Surge black market if it comes down to that.

The Surge Movement, as it's being sadly called, will be a litmus test to see if the brand should re-release other forgotten products. "If expectations are met, this may be only the first of a variety of efforts we explore to launch niche products through e-commerce relationships," explained president of sparkling and strategic marketing, Coca-Cola North America Wendy Clark in a statement. "This will be a great learning experience for us and a refreshing opportunity for fans." The power is yours, consumers! Now who's going to get the Jolt Cola train going?