The fact that Panic! At The Disco, Twenty One Pilots, and Fall Out Boy toured together once and pulled pranks on each other at one of the shows breaks my heart daily. Like the fact that I did not get the chance to see something so perfect in person eats away at me everyday.
Take This To Your Grave:
Their debut record with song titles that didn't make much sense about space camp and plane crashes
From Under the Cork Tree:
That album where Pete Wentz screams a lot and is hella, HELLA emo
Infinity on High:
The really underrated album with song titles missing vowels and song titles to piss off their lawyers
Folie a Deux:
That album that was a master piece and was like nothing anyone had ever done before with memorable songs about water buffalos
Save Rock and Roll:
The bands first post-hiatus album with short song titles that worried everyone; had a really profound meaning that scared everyone and Pete Wentz was no longer emo which made everyone cry
American Beauty/American Psycho:
That super hyped album with really, REALLY short song titles that made everyone sad and songs that didn't make much sense but, hell, you were prepared to dance until you physically transformed into Uma Thurman.
Paul McCartney Shouting “Oi!” During “American Idiot”
Green Day’s three songs were all pretty great (“When I Come Around” remains one of the five best songs written in the entirety of the ’90s), but there was a particularly charming moment during “American Idiot” when Armstrong encouraged the crowd to shout “Oi!,” a classic punk rock exclamation. They cut to the crowd, and while not a whole lot of people were actually participating, Paul McCartney was not only doing it, but he was also encouraging other people to do it, proving Paul McCartney should be invited to every party.