Top Ten Albums That Changed Modern Day Pop Punk Music

The Top Ten

1 Pinkerton

Love weezer blink 182 sucks

2 Your Favorite Weapon
3 Something to Write Home About

This one is good, this lost is good.

4 The Moon Is Down
5 Take This to Your Grave

Such a nice one, just love this list.

6 Life In General
7 Turn the Radio Off
8 End Is Forever

Got it when I was very young.

9 Smash

Along with "Dookie", this album helped bring punk to fame in '94. It's hard to imagine where would pop punk be without Green Day and The Offspring.

This album is better than all the albums above, especially "Pinkerton".

10 Ocean Avenue

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11 Dookie

This is the album that brought punk into the mainstream in 1994, so of course it has to be here

12 Through Being Cool
13 Ramones

Without this band and this album, pop punk wouldn't have existed.

14 Milo Goes to College

The Descendents' 1982 classic "Milo Goes to College" was the source of inspiration for the pop punk genre as well as the bands that helped create/popularize/revolutionize the genre in the 90's, such as NOFX, Green Day, The Offspring, Blink-182, MxPx, just to name a few.

15 Never Mind the Bollocks, Here's the Sex Pistols

One of the albums that pioneered/defined punk rock!

16 Dude Ranch - Blink-182

A true classic!

17 Suicidal Tendencies
18 Zen Arcade

This album needed an honorable mention because, to my best knowledge, Hüsker Dü was/is one of the godfathers of pop-punk.

19 Double Nickels on the Dime

Like "Zen Arcade" (which came out the same year as this album - 1984), it paved the way for the pop punk genre.

20 ... and Out Come the Wolves
21 Damaged

Black Flag's first album "Damaged" needed to be on here because it was one of the sources of inspiration for many punk subgenres, such as hardcore and pop punk.

22 Got Beat Up

This one is nice

23 Suffer
24 No Control
25 Against the Grain
26 Enema of the State
27 Punk in Drublic
28 Americana
29 All Killer No Filler
30 Life on a Plate

Absolutely one of the best punk albums of '95, and a Millencolin fan favorite!

31 The Unraveling
32 Sorry Ma, Forgot to Take Out the Trash

One of the albums that influenced Billie Joe Armstrong!

33 Repeater
34 Relationship of Command
35 Complete Discography
36 Dear You

Although "Dear You" would end up becoming Jawbreaker's final album, it was one of the many 90's albums that influenced many bands of the later or recent pop punk and emo scene.

37 New Found Glory
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