Fueled by Ramen albums

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  1. All We Know Is Falling
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    All We Know Is Falling (2005)

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    All We Know Is Falling is the debut studio album by the American rock band Paramore, released on July 26, 2005. According to Paramore's A&R at Atlantic Records, Steve Robertson, instead of giving the debut album a major radio promotional push, he believed the band should start small and slowly build through word of mouth. In his own words, Robertson "wanted kids to discover the band without it being shoved down their throats."


  2. Brand New Eyes
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    Brand New Eyes (2009)

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    Brand New Eyes is the third studio album by the American rock band Paramore, released on September 29, 2009 through Fueled by Ramen in the United States and Canada. The album was produced by Rob Cavallo and recorded in Hidden Hills, California from January to March 2009. It was written by band members Hayley Williams and Josh Farro, with guitarist Taylor York who co-wrote on four tracks, as a follow-up to Riot! (2007).


  3. Riot
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    Riot (2007)

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    Riot! is the second studio album by the American rock band Paramore. It was released in the United States on June 12, 2007 through Fueled by Ramen as a follow-up to their debut album, All We Know Is Falling (2005). The album was produced by David Bendeth and written by band members Hayley Williams and Josh Farro, with Bendeth, and fellow members Zac Farro and Taylor York co-writing on select tracks. The album is said to explore a "diverse range of styles," while not straying far from the "signature sound" of their debut album, with several critics comparing it to likes of Kelly Clarkson and Avril Lavigne. The cover of the album also resembles the cover artwork of No Doubt's Rock Steady.


  4. Infinity on High
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    Infinity on High (2007)

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    Infinity on High is the third studio album by American rock band Fall Out Boy, released on February 5, 2007 by Island Records as the follow-up to the band's commercially successful 2005 album From Under the Cork Tree. Pre-production began in the group's hometown of Chicago, where writing and rehearsal sessions took place. It was recorded from July to October 2006 at the Pass Studios in Los Angeles, California and mixed at the Paramount Recording Studios in Hollywood. The music was composed by lead singer and guitarist Patrick Stump and the lyrics were penned by bassist Pete Wentz.


  5. From Under the Cork Tree
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    From Under the Cork Tree (2005)

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    From Under the Cork Tree is the second studio album by American rock band Fall Out Boy. It was released on May 3, 2005, through Island Records as the band's major label debut. The music was composed by lead vocalist and guitarist Patrick Stump, with all lyrics penned by bassist Pete Wentz, continuing the band's songwriting approach they took for some songs on their prior 2003 effort Take This to Your Grave. Neal Avron handled production duties. Commenting on the record's lyrical themes, Wentz said the lyrics were about "the anxiety and depression that goes along with looking at your own life." In support of their release the group headlined tours worldwide and played at various music festivals. For their Black Clouds and Underdogs tour the album was re-released as From Under the Cork Tree (Limited "Black Clouds and Underdogs" Edition), featuring new songs and remixes.


  6. A Fever You Can't Sweat Out
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    A Fever You Can't Sweat Out (2005)

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    A Fever You Can't Sweat Out is the debut studio album by the American rock band Panic! at the Disco. Produced by Matt Squire, the album was released on September 27, 2005, on Decaydance and Fueled by Ramen. The group formed in Las Vegas in 2004 and began posting demos online, which caught the attention of Fall Out Boy bassist Pete Wentz. Wentz signed the group to his own imprint label, Decaydance, without having ever performed live.


  7. Take This To Your Grave
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    Take This To Your Grave (2003)

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    Take This to Your Grave is the debut studio album by American rock band Fall Out Boy. It was released on May 6, 2003, by Fueled by Ramen. The album was produced by Sean O'Keefe. When the band was signed to Island Records, Island employed an unusual strategy that allowed the band to sign with independent label Fueled by Ramen for their debut, to later move to the major label for a second album. O'Keefe had helped with the band's demo, and the group returned to Smart Studios in Madison, Wisconsin to record the bulk of their first album. Living on a stranger's floor for part of the time and running out of money halfway through, the band recorded seven songs in nine days, bringing them together with the additional three from the demo. While Stump had previously written all prior lyrics and took them lightly, Wentz took the process with a considerable seriousness and obsessively picked apart his bandmates' lyrics. The "exhausting" process led to numerous revisions of single songs and several arguments. The album cover, which features all four bandmates sitting on a broken futon, features a blue tint reminiscent of jazz records and was the second choice after the original was rejected by the label.


  8. The Same Old Blood Rush With A New Touch
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    The Same Old Blood Rush With A New Touch (2006)

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    The Same Old Blood Rush with a New Touch is Cute Is What We Aim For's debut album, released on June 20, 2006. The band released November 20, 2007, the MVI, Special edition version of the album (title: The Same Old Gold Rush with a New Touch), which contains special karaoke tracks, as well as 2 additional tracks and video and photos from the band's concerts in 2007.


  9. Pretty. Odd.
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    Pretty. Odd. (2008)

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    Pretty. Odd. is the second studio album by the American rock band Panic at the Disco. Recorded at the Studio at the Palms in Paradise, Nevada with additional production at Abbey Road Studios in London with producer Rob Mathes, the album was released March 21, 2008 on Decaydance and Fueled by Ramen Records. Inspired by baroque pop and the works of The Beatles and The Beach Boys, the psychedelic-styled rock album differs greatly from the techno-influenced A Fever You Can't Sweat Out (2005).


  10. Rotation
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    Rotation (2008)

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    Rotation is the second studio album by pop punk band Cute Is What We Aim For, released on June 24, 2008. It debuted at #21 on the U.S. Billboard 200 albums chart selling around 22,000 copies. As of July 2008, the album has sold a total of 45,204 copies.


  11. Paramore
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    Paramore (2013)

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    Paramore is the self-titled fourth studio album by the American rock band Paramore. It was released on April 5, 2013, through Fueled by Ramen as a follow-up to Brand New Eyes (2009). It is their first full-length album released after the departure of co-founders Josh and Zac Farro in 2010. Recorded between April and November 1, 2012, the album was described by the band as being a "statement" and a reintroduction of the band to the world and to themselves. The album was the final one recorded with bassist Jeremy Davis before departing the band in 2015.


  12. Lazarus
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    Lazarus (2010)

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    Lazarus is the debut album by Gym Class Heroes lead singer Travie McCoy, released on June 8, 2010. McCoy announced his plans to pursue a solo career in early 2010, although he insisted that Gym Class Heroes had not broken up. After creating demos of melancholy and low-tempo songs, McCoy decided to abandon his early material and start over, as he claimed the songs were "too personal". He began to write more uptempo "party anthems" with lyrical themes of overcoming grief. Musically, McCoy draws from various influences on the record, including hip-hop, reggae, and rock. The album contains collaborations from Bruno Mars, Cee Lo Green, and T-Pain, among others.


  13. Night Shades
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    Night Shades (2011)

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    Night Shades is the fourth and final studio album by American dance rock band Cobra Starship, being released through Fueled by Ramen and Decaydance Records on August 29, 2011. The album is the follow-up to 2009's Hot Mess. The first single from the album, "You Make Me Feel...", features singer Sabi and was released on May 10, 2011. A music video has been created for it. The full album was made available to stream for free on their Facebook page prior to its release.


  14. Vices & Virtues
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    Vices & Virtues (2011)

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    Vices & Virtues is the third studio album by American rock band Panic! at the Disco, released on March 22, 2011 on Fueled by Ramen. Produced by John Feldmann and Butch Walker, the album was recorded as a duo by vocalist and multi-instrumentalist Brendon Urie and drummer Spencer Smith, following the departure of primary lyricist, composer and guitarist Ryan Ross and bassist Jon Walker in July 2009. The album's artwork was conceptualized by Dallon Weekes who was inducted as a full-time member of the band near the end of recording.


  15. Hot Mess
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    Hot Mess (2009)

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    Hot Mess is the third studio album by American dance rock band Cobra Starship, released through Fueled by Ramen and Decaydance Records on August 11, 2009. The album is the follow-up to 2007's ¡Viva la Cobra!. It debuted at #4 on the Billboard 200 albums chart on sales of more than 42,000, by far their best chart performance ever.


  16. Some Nights
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    Some Nights (2012)

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    Some Nights is the second studio album from American band Fun. (stylized as "fun."). It was released on February 21, 2012 through Fueled by Ramen. It was recorded in 2011 and produced by Jeff Bhasker. After signing to a new label, the band began to work on Some Nights for over nine months throughout 2011. In some countries, the album received a Parental Advisory sticker due to the usage of the word "fuck" in the album's title track and "Some Nights (Intro)". In the United States, it was added after the album was released, and after the title track had passed the height of its success.


  17. ¡Viva La Cobra!
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    ¡Viva La Cobra! (2007)

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    ¡Viva la Cobra! is the second studio album by alternative dance band Cobra Starship. The album was released October 23, 2007. It was produced by Fall Out Boy's Patrick Stump whose vocals also feature throughout the album. The album peaked No. 80 on Billboard 200. It has sold more than 40,000 copies to date.


  18. The Papercut Chronicles
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    The Papercut Chronicles (2005)

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    The Papercut Chronicles is the second album by Gym Class Heroes released in 2005 by Fueled by Ramen/Decaydance. A sequel, The Papercut Chronicles II, was released in 2011. The album has sold over 32,000 copies in US.


  19. As Cruel as School Children
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    As Cruel as School Children (2006)

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    As Cruel as School Children is the third Gym Class Heroes album released by Fueled by Ramen. It was released on July 25, 2006. It was produced by Fall Out Boy's Patrick Stump. A second version of the album, released on November 4, 2006 additionally contains the single "Cupid's Chokehold" (a different recording of the song was featured on their previous album The Papercut Chronicles). Both versions of these albums have the Parental Advisory sticker on them. As Cruel as School Children shows a significant departure from the style of their previous work such as the use of drum machine, Acoustic Guitar, Synthesizers and the band dabbling in many genres such as Electronica, Funk and Soul. Since its release, it has been certified gold by the RIAA. The name of the album is a lyric from "Scandalous Scholastics", which is a track on the album. The band re-released this album, which includes the new remix of "Cupid's Chokehold".[1]


  20. The Quilt
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    The Quilt (2008)

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    The Quilt is the fourth album by Gym Class Heroes released by Fueled By Ramen/Decaydance. The album was released on September 9, 2008.


  21. Too Weird to Live, Too Rare to Die!
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    Too Weird to Live, Too Rare to Die! (2013)

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    Too Weird to Live, Too Rare to Die! is the fourth studio album by American rock band Panic! at the Disco, released on October 8, 2013 on Decaydance and Fueled by Ramen. Recorded as a three-piece, the album was produced by Butch Walker, and is the first to feature bass guitarist Dallon Weekes, who initially joined the band in 2009 as its touring bassist. This album is also the first album not to feature any contributions by former lyricist and lead guitarist Ryan Ross, and also the last to feature drummer Spencer Smith.


  22. Goodbye Blues
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    Goodbye Blues (2008)

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    Goodbye Blues is the third album by The Hush Sound. It was released March 18, 2008 on Fueled by Ramen/Decaydance and later debuted at #75 on the Billboard 200 selling over 11,200 copies. The next week the album fell to #163.


  23. While the City Sleeps, We Rule the Streets
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    While the City Sleeps, We Rule the Streets (2006)

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    While the City Sleeps, We Rule the Streets is the debut album from Cobra Starship. It was released on October 10, 2006 in the US, and on October 17, 2006 in Canada. A rough clip of "Send My Love to the Dancefloor, I'll See You In Hell (Hey Mister DJ)", a finished version of "Snakes on a Plane (Bring It)", and "The Church of Hot Addiction" were uploaded onto Cobra Starship's PureVolume site. "The Church of Hot Addiction" was also used as the theme song for the WWE's Great American Bash 2007. It has sold more than 69,000 copies to date.


  24. Fast Times At Barrington High
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    Fast Times At Barrington High (2008)

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    Fast Times at Barrington High is the third and final studio album by American rock band The Academy Is..., released in August 2008. It was produced by S*A*M and Sluggo. The title refers to the high school to which William Beckett and Adam Siska went, and a play on the title of the 1982 film Fast Times at Ridgemont High. The album cover photo was taken by William Beckett's sister, Courtney Beckett, and shows William sitting on a couch with Naomi, a friend of the band.


  25. Pezcore
    #25

    Pezcore (2008)

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    Pezcore is the first full-length album released by the ska punk band Less Than Jake, originally released on Dill Records in 1995. The album was later reissued on Asian Man, but was missing two tracks found on the Dill version ("Jeffersons" and "Laverne and Shirley").


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