What was All-American Rejects first album?
The All‐American Rejects
The All-American Rejects/First album
What kind of genre is All-American Rejects?
|The All-American Rejects|
|Origin||Stillwater, Oklahoma, U.S.|
|Genres||Alternative rock emo pop power pop pop rock pop punk emo|
|Labels||Epitaph Doghouse DreamWorks DGC Interscope|
How did all-American Rejects get their name?
The name All-American Reject was made from either a mix of two suggestions, “The Rejects” and “The All Americans” or the other being that it came from a song “Reject” by Green Day and had the chorus, “your reject all-american”.
What was All-American Rejects first hit?
The band’s debut single “Swing, Swing” was released on December 2, 2002, when they were joined by two new members; Mike Kennerty on rhythm guitar and Chris Gaylor on drums – months after recording the album.
When did The All-American Rejects form?
The All-American Rejects/Active from
The All-American Rejects need no introduction… but we’ll give you one anyway. Since forming in Stillwater, Oklahoma, in 1999, the group have released four albums, numerous hit singles such as “Swing, Swing” and “Dirty Little Secret” and toured alongside everyone from Blink-182 to Bon Jovi.
When did The All-American Rejects get popular?
The band achieved mainstream success with their debut self-titled studio album The All-American Rejects released in 2003 by Dreamworks Records. The album was certified platinum by the RIAA and spawned the single “Swing, Swing”.
What genre is MCR?
My Chemical Romance/Genres
Who inspired All American Rejects?
The All -American Rejects’ biggest influences to start a band were AC/DC, Bon Jovi, and Def Leppard. Chris Gaylor and Mike Kennerty both joined the band in 2002 with Mike on the guitar and Chris on the drums.
What ever happened to The All-American Rejects?
Guitarist Mike Kennerty of The All-American Rejects said 15 years of incessant touring put a serious ding in that excitment for the Oklahoma-born pop-rock quartet. So much so, the band went on a hiatus after touring in support of their 2012 album “Kids in the Street” to take stock of everything.
Where is The All-American Rejects from?
The All-American Rejects/Origin
When did the All-American Rejects release their first album?
The All-American Rejects is the self-titled debut studio album by American rock band The All-American Rejects, originally released October 15, 2002 by Doghouse Records, before being re-released on February 4, 2003 by Dreamworks Records.
When did the All-American Rejects go on tour?
In November, they went on on tour of the UK with Motion City Soundtrack and Limbeck. The All-American Rejects was released as a CD, a vinyl LP pressed in orange (also pressed in a limited amount of red and blue) and a cassette tape exclusively in Indonesia.
Where did Tyson Ritter and Nick Wheeler record the All-American Rejects?
The band duo of Tyson Ritter and Nick Wheeler recorded the album in New York City in 2001 after being signed by the independent label Doghouse Records, they later released The All-American Rejects on October 15, 2002.