By 2001, the outfit had already accumulated a considerable amount of self-recorded material and amassed a regiment of faithful local fans. In Britain the new edition included the bonus track The Cigarette Song. The band is going to perform at the biggest venues of Europe, Australia and Japan. The band signed the contract with this company to deliver the first long player. It was released October 1, 2002 and hit the Top 40 of the Billboard. To produce the album in time, The All-American Rejects were even forced to cancel a row of scheduled gigs. The guys met at high school and, led by one passion for music, decided to launch their own project.
In 2005 they came back with the sophomore effort Move Along. As a single, this hit entered four Billboard charts and brought the group a tremendous global popularity. After that, the guys made a decision to focus on the preparation of the next album and considerably reduced their concert occupation. The gifted guys from All-American Rejects and the music they produced interested the management of DreamWorks Records interested. .
The album was called The All-American Rejects right after the band and surpassed the expectations of the young musicians. The album was an excellent seller and eventually earned the golden certificate. Music and lyrics writing became the responsibilities of Tyson and Nick. The All-American Rejects were making the stylish pop music heavily supported by guitars which made it associable with indie. Their gigs drew the attention of Doghouse Records. Since there were bitter disputes on the name of the band, it was decided to make it up from the proposed variants. In April 2009, The All-American Rejects are set for a large-scale tour to promote their last to date record.
The pop-punk band The All-American Rejects was formed in a little town called Stillwater, Oklahoma, by Tyson Ritter and Nick Wheeler. They completed the formation after inviting Mike Kennerty and Chris Gaylor. That was why the group received such a strange sounding name as The All-American Rejects. The All-American Rejects showcased that they were a big band with big ambitions unlike numerous one-hit acts. It was a top class record prominent for the hit Dirty Little Secret.
Nevertheless, it was not the album, but its song Swing, Swing that made The All-American Rejects truly famous. In the States this album, titled When the World Comes Down, saw light in December 2008. . . . . .
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