20 Pop Punk Albums Which Will Make You Nostalgic

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Green Day – ‘Dookie’ (1994). Predating ‘Enema…’ by a good half-a-decade, this was Green Day as snotty rebels rather than the political commentators of today.

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New Found Glory – ‘Sticks And Stones’ (2002). Relationships? Happiness? Pah! Ignore these pointless baubles, for friends are forever and paramours are only temporary. That’s what New Found Glory’s ‘My Friends Over You’, an anthem for platonic pleasures rather than romance, claimed anyway.

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The Offspring – ‘Smash’ (1994). A grungier, rockier album than crossover hit ‘Americana’, but one that still had none-more-catchy tracks like ‘Come Out And Play’ and ‘Gotta Get Away’.

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Blink-182 – ‘Take Off Your Pants And Jacket’ (2001). An album which built on the mainstream success of ‘Enema…’ – with a wanking-related pun in the headline, naturally.

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American Hi-Fi – ‘American Hi-Fi’ (2001). A smash-hit success that sold 750,000 copies in one year and also garnered the huge, pun-tastic hit single ‘Flavor Of The Weak’ about a girl being mistreated by her scumbag boyfriend.

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