3OH!3’s second album features some of the band’s most recognizable tracks—”Starstrukk” and “Don’t Trust Me,” both of which have been streamed more than 50 million times on Spotify since its July 8, 2008 release.
Skip School, Start Fights, Hit The Lights
The second studio album from this pop-punk band was released July 8, 2008, and featured artists such as Alex Gaskarth from All Time Low and Shane Henderson from Valencia. The album contains one of the band’s most recognizable hits, “Drop The Girl.”
Avalon, Anthony Green
The Saosin and Circa Survive vocalist made his solo debut with this album Aug. 5, 2008. It features some of Green’s most popular songs, including “Dear Child (I’ve Been Dying To Reach You)” and “She Loves Me So.”
Fragile Future, Hawthorne Heights
The third studio album by Hawthorne Heights—released Aug. 5, 2008— featured songs “Rescue Me” and “Come Back Home (Reprised).”
Fast Times at Barrington High, The Academy Is…
This album, released Aug. 19. 2008, was the band’s final studio album and featured their most streamed song on Spotify, “About A Girl.” Outside of that, it also boasts perfect summer tracks such as “Summer Hair = Forever Young” and “Rumored Nights.”
Can’t Stop Won’t Stop, The Maine
The Maine’s debut album was released July 8, 2008, and featured tracks “Everything I Ask For” and “Girls Do What They Want.” The band were going on huge tours that summer with Metro Station, Forever The Sickest Kids, Good Charlotte and Boys Like Girls, to name a few.