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03.06.14 Become A Better Person 01.02.12 Breaking It Down
09.19.11 1000 Days09.03.11 Tracking The 90s
05.21.11 Electronic Heaven 05.03.11 Yotimi's 90s
03.06.11 Pop Punk That Doesn't Suck02.10.11 Yotimi's Albums And Games
12.17.10 Yotimi Tracks 201008.28.10 Boards Of Canada Ranked

Pop Punk That Doesn't Suck

Pop/punkISH stuff. I know these aren't all pure examples.
1Saves the Day
Stay What You Are

Will most likely always be my favorite pop punk album, and "This is not an exit" will always be my favorite pop punk song.
It Won't Snow Where You're Going

Defies all preconceived notions of what pop punk is supposed to sound like.
3Say Anything
...Is A Real Boy

Only great Say Anything Album
No Signal

IWSWYG's poppier little brother. Listen to "Cover Up" if you can find it.
5The Early November
The Room's Too Cold

Overlooked because of that silly label that released it. Some definite moments of brilliance on this gem (i.e. that bridge on "Something That Produces Results")
6Time To Fly

Flying under the radar, this album has been heard by almost nobody. Kinda like Park in the guitar work. Check out "My Private Language" - a definite highlight in the genre
7The Db's
Stands For Decibels

Extremely influential power pop from 1981.
8Watashi Wa
The Love of Life

The catchiest album on this list.
9Saves the Day
In Reverie

The Black Sheep in StD's discography
10The Mae Shi

Hyperactive insane pop fun
11The Movielife
Forty Hour Train Back to Penn

Jamestown is the Jam
12The Early November
For All of This EP

Almost as good as TRTC and just as many unique ideas. Includes the band's best track, "I Want to Hear You Sad"
13Facing New York
Facing New York

Leans more towards a progressive indie rock sound similar to Moving Mountains, but definite pop/punkish elements. Check out my review.
14Home Grown
Kings of Pop

Some of the best of the immature variety
These Stars Are Monsters

Solid Indie rock with former Of Montreal member Davey Pierce
16The Unicorns
Who Will Cut Our Hair When We're Gone?

Would be higher on this list but it doesn't quite represent the genre as well as the others. Still, not far from a pop-punk album, this album is overflowing with quirky personality. One of my favorite albums.

Some of the best guitar work you will ever hear in the genre. "Science Fiction" and "Pirate" are two of the greatest songs of all time
Are We Really Happy With Who We Are Right Now?

Off kilter guitar rhythms, and impressive drumming make this a standout
Forget What You Know

Forget you know about Cobra Starship
20Saves the Day
Through Being Cool

Anthem for bullied teens around the world
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