No matter what genre you love now, every teenage rock fan had a brush with pop-punk that we all remember fondly. For some of us, that romance lives on.
Most of us can relate to great pop-punk and all the teenage angst and joy that comes bundles with it, so this week's question is:
What is the best pop-punk albums of all time?
We presume you're all familiar with what pop-punk sounds like, but to be clear, we're talking about fun, catchy, bouncy and occasionally immature music. Obvious examples include Blink-182 and Green Day, but you might go for something more like NoFX or Less Than Jake too.
Feel free to test the waters with bands that don't quite fit the mould, but we'll reserve final judgement and won't include anything too much like traditional punk like the Sex Pistols or The Clash (and you'd be crazy to call them pop-punk anyway).
Post one band and album nomination per comment, and vote up any that you agree with. We'll post the results in a party-popping top 10 this Friday. Good luck!