Panic! At The DiscoA Fever You Can’t Sweat Out

Can we talk about how freakin’ weird this album was? (Seriously, in 2007, when would anyone ever have “introduction” and “intermission” songs?) If you can embrace the weird with us, let’s appreciate “But It’s Better If You Do” into “I Write Sins Not Tragedies.”

5 Seconds Of SummerSounds Good Feels Good

We’re not gonna lie: Sounds Good Feels Good definitely had some left turns for fans of 5SOS’ distinctive pop-rock, but this album had the perfect mix of bops and ballads, with some lovely instrumentals to lead you in and out.

Sum 41All Killer, No Filler

Another breakout album for a scene stalwart, this set of tracks from Sum 41 all rip into each other, from the beginning of “Introduction To Destruction” to the last quavering notes of “Pain For Pleasure.”

Fall Out Boy Folie A Deux

You thought we were done after one Fall Out Boy album? Oh no, friend! Fall Out Boy are incredible at this, and their fourth (and last pre-hiatus) album is another great example.  

Green Day Dookie

Let’s ignore for a second this is one of the best albums to listen to (ever) and move on to the fact that it has some of the best transitions, period.

Any albums you would add to this list? Let us know in the comments!