|Yellowcard Ranked In My Opinion|
Ah, yes. My second favorite band Yellowcard. Let's go.
The best album from these guys, the songs are catchy but still well written and it just screams youth while still feeling mature.
Favorite song: Southern Air
Least Favorite song: Here I Am Alive
The bands self titled and final album is a bittersweet listen as it really pushes the boundaries of who they were as a band.
Favorite song: Empty Street or A Place We Set Afire
Least Favorite song: I'm A Wrecking Ball
What can I say about this one that hasn't already been said? It's just a really fun and enjoyable listen. My first introduction to the band, actually.
Favorite song: Twentythree
Least Favorite song: Back Home
Lift a Sail
This one is very different but at the same time very lovable. I remember the first time I put it on, I was shocked at how much I actually liked the different alternative style they went for.
Favorite song: The Deepest Well
Least Favorite song: Make Me So
When You're Through Thinking, Say Yes
This one is still a solid release but feels like it's just not as great as others like Southern Air or the S/t.
Favorite song: Sing For Me
Least Favorite song: Hide
This one has some really great drumming and some really enjoyable individual songs but overall it just gets a little tedious to listen to.
Favorite songs: Shadows and Regrets
Least Favorite songs: Fighting
Lights and Sounds
I don't hate this album, hell I don't even dislike it. I just feel like it's a little bloated for the band. It tries a tad too hard to be something else when in reality it's just an average pop punk album with some other elements added.
Favorite song: Waiting Game
Least Favorite: Martin Sheen or JFK