Weekend Rock: What Is the Best Pop-Punk Album of All Time?
Today, Blink-182 released California, their first album in five years — and also first without founding member Tom DeLonge. The album has the pop-punk luminaries not only moving their sound forward but also reflecting on their legacy and their place as one of the most popular and influential bands in pop-punk history.
Now we have a question for you: What is the greatest pop-punk album of all time? Feel free to vote for Nineties classics like Green Day’s Dookie or Blink-182′s Enema of the State, an early-to-mid-aughts favorite like Sum 41′s All Kill, No Filler or Fall Out Boy’s Take This to Your Grave, an early punk crossover that laid the groundwork for the movement like the Ramones’ self-titled debut or the Descendents’ Milo Goes to College or the current keepers of the new guard like 5 Seconds of Summer’s self-titled debut or All Time Low’s So Wrong, It’s Right. Just please only vote for one album and only one time.
You can vote here in the comments, on Facebook.com/RollingStone or on Twitter using the hashtag #WeekendRock.