Their debut album, It’s About Time, included re-worked covers from English pop rock band Busted.
Slight lyric changes were made to both “Year 3000” and “What I Go To School For.”
The bros mastered the art of emo, and AIM profile worthy, lyricism early on,
“Everyone sees her/But nobody knows her/She screams in her pillow/For a better tomorrow.”
perfected high-energy, gang vocal, shout tracks
“I Am What I Am” goes IN.
and nailed the therapeutic, but savage, breakup anthem.
A studio version of this brutal track (“Move On”) was never released, but it appropriately premiered at The Bamboozle Festival in 2007 on a lineup featuring My Chemical Romance, Paramore and Linkin Park, to name a few.
Some pop-rock/punk elements could still be heard in their songs after signing with Disney.
Imagine opening up the pit during “Pushing Me Away” or “S.O.S.”