The All-American Rejects discography
Ason Ritter (vocal/bass guitar) and Nik Uiler (guitar/programming) went to school, when music has taken hold of their thoughts. Young men were bothered with boring life of a small town. Naturally, small town Stillvoter (it is translated, by the way, as "Still water") in the State of Oklahoma was not the most interesting place on the earth, therefore children have started to practise music. In the senior classes both of them were afflicted with it. Mike Kennerti (guitar) and Krist Gelor (shock) have joined Uilleru and to Ritteru in 2000, group The All-American Rejects then has been officially formed. By means of producer Tima Oheir (Sebadoh, Juliana Hatfield, Superdrag) in 2003 its debut disk has been let out, and plate Move Along was issued two years later. On it the pop punk the quartet has continued to exhale energy and skill, but vocalist Tyler Ritter at last has ceased to sing a falsetto, and in group sounding has appeared much more courage, than before. But, as well as last album, Move Along is full of potential radio-hits, and its typical for style ýìî reflections about mad love and youthful idleness seem faster charming, than unpleasant.
In this work you will hear violins, a piano, a bongo, guitar riffs in the Spanish style and much more mature verses. New sounding of group has appeared rather hit and instantly remembered. The All-American Rejects address to fate in songs Night Drive, Dirty Little Secret and Im Waiting, guitars uneasily roar, and Tyler's vocal harmonies and the Nickname soar highly in heavens. read more on The All-American Rejects Discography