List of power pop albums

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The following is a list of power pop albums by notable artists that have been described as such by music reviews, or any similar source. They are listed chronologically, with the older ones at the top of the list.

Contents

1970s[edit]

Year Artist Album
1970 Badfinger No Dice[1][2]
Emitt Rhodes Emitt Rhodes[3]
1971 Badfinger Straight Up[2][4]
1972 Big Star #1 Record[5][6]
1974 Radio City[5][7]
Raspberries Starting Over[8][9]
1976 Dwight Twilley Band Sincerely[10]
Flamin' Groovies Shake Some Action[11]
1977 Cheap Trick Cheap Trick[12]
In Color[13][14]
Dwight Twilley Band Twilley Don't Mind[15][16]
1978 Big Star Third/Sister Lovers[17]
The Cars The Cars[18][19]
Cheap Trick Heaven Tonight[14]
Greg Kihn Next of Kihn[20]
Starz Attention Shoppers![21]
1979 20/20 20/20[22]
The Beat The Beat[23][24][25]
The Knack Get the Knack[26]

1980s[edit]

Year Artist Album
1980 Stiv Bators Disconnected[27]
Dirty Looks Dirty Looks[28]
The Jags Evening Standards[29]
The Romantics The Romantics[22]
Phil Seymour Phil Seymour[30]
1981 The dB's Stands for Decibels[31]
Rick Springfield Working Class Dog[32]
1982 Donnie Iris and the Cruisers The High and the Mighty[33]
The Go-Go's Vacation[34]
The Greg Kihn Band Kihntinued[35][36]
Tommy Keene Strange Alliance[37]
Phil Seymour Phil Seymour 2[38]
The Spongetones Beat Music[39]
1983 Donnie Iris and the Cruisers Fortune 410[40]
Rick Springfield Living in Oz[41]
1984 The Spongetones Torn Apart[39]
1985 Game Theory Real Nighttime[42]
1986 Tommy Keene Songs from the Film[43]
1987 Game Theory Lolita Nation[44]
1988 Two Steps from the Middle Ages[42]
1989 The Someloves Something or Other[45][46]

1990s[edit]

Year Artist Album
1990 Cavedogs Joyrides for Shut-Ins[47]
Doughboys Happy Accidents[48]
Jellyfish Bellybutton[18]
1991 The Knack Serious Fun[49]
Material Issue International Pop Overthrow[50]
Adam Schmitt World So Bright[51]
The Spongetones Oh Yeah![52]
Matthew Sweet Girlfriend[18]
Teenage Fanclub Bandwagonesque[53]
Velvet Crush In the Presence of Greatness[54]
1992 Chris Mars Horseshoes and Hand Grenades[55]
Sugar Copper Blue[56]
1993 Blue Ash No More, No Less[57][58]
Flamin' Groovies Rock Juice[59]
The Loud Family Plants and Birds and Rocks and Things[60]
Chris Mars 75% Less Fat[55]
The Semantics Powerbill[61]
Chris Von Sneidern Sight & Sound[62][63]
1994 Cotton Mather Cotton Is King[64]
Sloan Twice Removed[65]
Chris Von Sneidern Big White Lies[66]
Weezer Weezer[67][68]
1995 20/20 20/20 / Look Out![69]
The Breetles Pop Go! The Breetles[70]
Teenage Fanclub Grand Prix[71]
1996 Ash 1977[72][73]
Enuff Z'Nuff Peach Fuzz[74]
Fountains of Wayne Fountains of Wayne[75][76]
The Loud Family Interbabe Concern[60]
Sloan One Chord to Another[77]
Chris Von Sneidern Go![78]
Weezer Pinkerton[79]
1998 Phantom Planet Phantom Planet Is Missing[80]
Tommy Tutone Tutone.rtf[81]
1999 Fountains of Wayne Utopia Parkway[76][82]
The Mayflies USA Summertown[83]

2000s[edit]

Year Artist Album
2000 Admiral Twin Mock Heroic[84]
The Loud Family Attractive Nuisance[85]
The New Pornographers Mass Romantic[86]
Tsar Tsar[87]
2001 Jimmy Eat World Bleed American[88]
The Knack Normal as the Next Guy[89]
Ben Kweller EP Phone Home[88]
Old 97's Satellite Rides[90][91]
The Posies Nice Cheekbones and a Ph.D.[92]
2002 Candy Butchers Play with Your Head[93]
The Mayflies USA Walking in a Straight Line[94]
Myracle Brah Super Automatic[95]
OK Go OK Go[96]
Phantom Planet The Guest[97]
2003 Busted A Present for Everyone[18]
The Exploding Hearts Guitar Romantic[98][99]
Fountains of Wayne Welcome Interstate Managers[18][82][100]
Rooney Rooney[101]
2004 Enuff Z'Nuff ?[102]
2005 The New Pornographers Twin Cinema[103]
OK Go Oh No[96]
Chris Von Sneidern Like Me That Way[104]
2006 Cheap Trick Rockford[105]
The Feeling Twelve Stops and Home[18]
Head Automatica Popaganda[106]
The Loud Family What If It Works?[60]
The Nice Boys The Nice Boys[107][108]
The Someloves Don't Talk About Us: The Real Pop Recordings of the Someloves 1985–89[109]
2007 The Wellingtons For Friends in Far Away Places[110]
Fountains of Wayne Traffic and Weather[111]
Paramore Riot![112]
The New Pornographers Challengers[113][114]
We the Kings We the Kings[115]
2008 Cheap Girls Find Me a Drink Home[116][117]
The Feeling Join With Us[118]
Jonas Brothers A Little Bit Longer[119]
2009 Fireworks All I Have to Offer Is My Own Confusion[120]
Jonas Brothers Lines, Vines and Trying Times[121]

2010s[edit]

Year Artist Album
2010 Motion City Soundtrack My Dinosaur Life[122]
Dwight Twilley Green Blimp[123]
2011 Mikal Cronin Mikal Cronin[124]
One Direction Up All Night[125]
  • 2011
  • 2012
Kaiser Chiefs The Future Is Medieval /
Start the Revolution Without Me
[126]
2012 The dB's Falling off the Sky[127]
Redd Kross Researching the Blues[128]
Green Day ¡Uno![129][130]
2013 Paramore Paramore[131]
Mikal Cronin MCII[132][133]
2014 Weezer Everything Will Be Alright in the End[134]
5 Seconds of Summer 5 Seconds of Summer[135]
2017 Paramore After Laughter[136]

See also[edit]

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