Best All Time Low Albums

The top records released by All Time Low (including EPs, Albums, Live Albums etc., not Singles)
The Top Ten
1 Don't Panic

This is their newest album (as of December 2012), and it is definitely one of their best!

Each song is different, and there is a perfect balance between fun, rocking songs that you can dance to and emotional songs whose lyrics will touch you forever.

Don't Panic is not their best, but it deserves to be up there in the top three. Come on, Hustlers! ATL forever.

This and "Don't Panic: It's Longer Now" are probably All Time Low's best work.

"To Live and Let Go," "Backseat Serenade," and "If These Sheets Were States" are three of my favorite songs by the band. I think these albums truly reflect All Time Low's pop-punk style.

2 Nothing Personal

This is the ATL I fell in love with. Seventeen amazing, classic All Time Low songs, including eight of the top twelve they have played live the most.

It's the album with Therapy, Weightless, Dear Maria, Coffeeshop Soundtrack, Stella, and the only song of theirs to reach Billboard's Top 100 charts, Damned If I Do Ya, which hit #67.

There is no bad ATL album. There is no better or best ATL album. They all speak to you differently. Since all their albums are the best, I figured I needed to choose the album that best represents All Time Low. That being said, I admit it's my favorite album.

3 So Wrong, It's Right

Why is this not ranked higher? Dear Maria is a classic. Vegas is amazing. Holly, Six Feet Under the Stars, and Stay Awake are good.

And who could forget the flawless, sentimental Remembering Sunday? A very good album.

I can never decide whether this or Nothing Personal is my favorite, but I want to vote for this because it deserves at least second place.

Dear Maria, Shameless, and Poppin' are all just such good songs.

Honestly, this album is so underappreciated. Poppin', Vegas, Six Feet Under the Stars, Remembering Sunday, and Stay Awake are my personal favorites, but all of the songs are great.

4 Future Hearts

Nothing Personal is my absolute favorite, but Future Hearts deserves to be higher.

Not my favorite All Time Low release, but it deserves to be higher than Dirty Work.

5 Dirty Work

By far the most underrated album, yet the best they've released.

The lyrics are sometimes immature (but far less than those in Nothing Personal), but the instruments and Alex's voice are on point. I don't hear any bad songs on this album. I love it so much.

I don't see why almost everyone on this list is hating on this album. I don't think it's their best, but I still love it.

Time Bomb... This album is the best.

6 Put Up or Shut Up

So Wrong, It's Right will always be my favorite, but Put Up or Shut Up is a close second for sure.

Best song: Lullabies. Least favorite song: Break Out, Break Out.

I'm surprised that this isn't in the top three. I love all the songs on this album! This is my favorite ATL album by far.

7 Last Young Renegade

Why so low? I get that it doesn't fit into All Time Low's usual genre, but it's still a great album.

LYR is a song you can jam out to, while Dirty Laundry, Nice2KnoU, Drugs and Candy, and Nightmares are all pretty good. Afterglow and Life of the Party aren't bad either, and lyrically, it's quite strong!

The songs are great. It shouldn't be this close to the bottom.

New, but awesome, with great songs!

8 Don't Panic: It's Longer Now!

Don't Panic, but with more songs. The new songs are excellent. How is this at the bottom of the list?

9 The Party Scene

By far my favorite album of theirs and one of my favorites overall. I much prefer this rougher sound and the passion behind it. A very polished album.

10 Straight to DVD
The Contenders
11 The Three Words To Remember In Dealing With The End
12 MTV Unplugged
13 Wake Up, Sunshine

Solid album, and in my opinion, their best work since Don't Panic. Well done, All Time Low!

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