UPDATED: 20 '90s Pop-Punk Albums Better Than Green Day's Dookie
Come on. Just go throw on Punk In Drublic and tell us we're not totally and completely accurate in its placement. We dare you not to dance along in earnest with "Reeko."
3. ...And Out Come The Wolves, Rancid
Every single song on ...And Out Come The Wolves is a masterpiece, from "Ruby Soho" to "Old Friend." This album plays out just as well as it did all those years back, and for that, we salute Tim Time Bomb and friends. Ain't nothin' wrong with this album at all.
2, Life In General, MXPX
Say what you want about pop-punk as a genre, but if there was ever a band to do the genre some serious justice, it was the Bremerton boys known as MXPX.
1. Full Circle, Pennywise
Released in 1997, Full Circle was recorded in the years following Pennywise founding member and bassist Jason Thirsk's death. Although Full Circle may not be as pop-heavy as the albums above, the sheer beauty of the band's devotion to processing their grief while paying tribute to their fallen bandmate is beautiful in its own right, and deserves way more credit than they've been given.
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