5. All Time Low “Poppin’ Champagne” 2007
“Why don't you say so? I think I'm caught in between, the nights and days fly by when I'm lost on the streets.”
This impossibly catchy track from All Time Low’s second studio album, So Wrong, It’s Right, helped the bandland on the Billboard 200 and earn a co-headlining spot on the 2008 AP Tour. Their sixth studio album, Future Hearts, came out last year.
4. Dashboard Confessional “Hands Down” 2003
“My hopes are so high, that your kiss might kill me.”
The soft voice, the catchy chorus, the 2003 visual effects—how could you forget this Dashboard classic? A standout from their highly successful third album A Mark, A Mission, A Brand, A Scar, you definitely knew someone who covered their notebook in lyrics from these guys. By 2010, they had released six studio albums and re-leased a deluxe version of their first album The Swiss Army Romance. Though they haven’t released any new music since then, the band still actively tours.
3. Panic! At The Disco “Lying Is The Most Fun A Girl Can Have Without Taking Her Clothes Off” 2005
“Let’s get these teen hearts beating, faster, faster.”
Everyone’s favorite eyeliner-clad band shot to mainstream stardom with the release of their platinum selling debut, A Fever You Can’t Sweat Out. Though the band eventually shed their Vaudevillian style (sort of), their success continued. They recently released their fifth studio album, Death Of A Bachelor and performed a pretty sick cover of Sisqó’s “Thong Song.”
2. Cartel “Honestly” 2005
“Please don't mind what I'm trying to say 'cause I'm, I'm being honest.”
Who could forget that opening guitar riff? Cartel burst onto the pop-punk scene in 2005 with the release of their first album, Chroma. The full-length featured some of their biggest hits, including “Honestly” and “Say Anything (Else).” In 2015, they released Bare Essentials, an acoustic album that reworked some of their biggest songs.
1. Say Anything “Wow, I Can Get Sexual Too” 2004
“I called her on the phone and she touched herself, she touched herself, she touched herself.”
Pop-punk icons Say Anything achieved huge success with their 2004 release …Is A Real Boy for J Records. The album featured two of their biggest tracks “Wow, I Can Get Sexual Too” and “Alive With The Glory of Love.” They have released seven studio albums, including 2016 surprise I Don’t Think It Is, which was announced the day before its release in February.