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Awesome Pop-punk Albums

Basically, I used to post a lot on the pop-punk forums, and it was the first genre I think I actually liked. I still like most of these albums.
1Descendents
Milo Goes to College


There's a reason every other post in the pop-punk forum, for a period of time, consisted of nothing but this artist/album title. Even when it stopped being funny. Seriously one of the best, even if you're not so much into pop-punk but still like other forms of punk music, I'd check it out.
2Saves the Day
Stay What You Are


Very good album, kinda "whiny" but it's not too overbearing. I prefer this over "Through Being Cool", there's more pop and less punk here than on their previous effort. Very fun album, highlights for me are "Nightingale" and "This Is Not An Exit".
3blink-182
Cheshire Cat


Was only gonna put one album by a single band on this list, so had a hard time chosing my favourite blink album. This is better than TOYPAJ and more fun than their most recent, self titled album. Enema ran it close and I've never really rated Dude Ranch even though their are some good songs on it. Every song here is good, really has that whole teen spirit thing going on, which is relevant to me and so I like it the best.
4Green Day
Dookie


Obvious choice, but this is one of the bands that got me into music, and this is my favourite album by them. Most people will have heard this, and with good reason. Classic.
5Fall Out Boy
From Under the Cork Tree


Fall Out Boy got big on this album, but it gets very little love. People who like FOB as a pop band prefer the subsequent two albums, whereas those who liked them as a pop-punk band preffer "Take This To You Grave". This is their best though. Awesome songs, with no real bad songs. Used to love it.
6NOFX
War on Errorism


Whilst this may not be their best album, it's still really good, and the first one I heard. Don't tend to listen to them much anymore, not because I don't like them, I don't really know why. But yeah, really good album, the opener is awesome and you should listen to it.
7Rancid
...And Out Come the Wolves


Still a solid album, not really sure if this fits on this list but it's close enough. Loads of classic songs on here, and more serious than most of the aforementioned stuff. Less concerned with teenage life, this is a different slant on the genre, inspired by classic bands such as The Clash.
8The Offspring
Americana


Antoher of the bands/albums that got me into music. Some stuff on here is still good. Shame the band turned to shit (see "Hit That" I think it was), but some fast, catchy songs here. And "Pretty Fly for a White Guy".
9Brand New
Your Favourite Weapon


Not their best album by a long shot, but definetly one of my favourite bands. I heard "Jude Law and a Semester Abroad" and I lvoed these guys, this album is very solid and I remember being interested about the fued with TBS on the song "Seventy Times Seven". Loads of good songs, "Magazines" is underrated.
10Taking Back Sunday
Tell All Your Friends


A serious classic in this specific strand of pop-punk, every song is good, the opener being a favourite of mine. Awesome singles, some cringeworhty lyrics but it's all part of the fun.
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