* BrokenBase: Not as harsh as in most cases, but there's a notable divide between fans who like their pre-''Beautiful Letdown'' material, and those who like their more recent stuff.
* TheCatchPhraseCatchesOn: "Sorry, I'm awesome." [[note]]Originated in their 6th podcast, when Drew Shirley randomly looked into the camera and uttered the phrase; it was a literal MomentOfAwesome, and the fans loved it so much that he ended up adopting it as his catch phrase.[[/note]]
* CoveredUp: Their cover of [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Lr4-86rwpwg Sabotage]] by the Music/BeastieBoys. [[SugarWiki/MomentOfAwesome And it's awesome!]]
** There are also a ''lot'' of people who only know the Mandy Moore version song "Only Hope" from ''Film/AWalkToRemember''.
** This was hilariously demonstrated in one of their video podcasts, when a guest musician accidentally referred to "Only Hope" as "The Mandy Moore song" in front of Jon.
--> '''Jon''': "'The Mandy Moore song?' C'mon!"
* CrowningMusicOfAwesome: Quite a bit, with "Meant to Live," "Dare You to Move," "Stars," and "Only Hope" being the most notable examples.
* EarWorm: "Poparazzi" is this by design.
--> ''"Stuck in my heaAAAAaaaad!"''
* EpicRiff: "Meant To Live"
** "Stars" as well. [[WordOfGod Jon's]] actually said that it's his favorite song from that album because of it.
** "Free" from ''Hello Hurricane'' can also qualify.
* FaceOfTheBand: Jon and Tim are both really popular.
* IAmNotShazam: When Jerome first joined the band, a lot of the fanbase thought that he was "Chin", the Asian guy in the liner notes of the band's first album. He isn't.
* LouisCypher: A possible (and given the story of [[DealWithTheDevil Faust]], probable) interpretation of the old man in the first verse of "Faust, Midas, and Myself."
* SignatureSong: "Dare You To Move" and "Meant to Live"
** Among the fanbase, "Gone" is also really popular, and during concerts will sometimes draw the loudest cheer of the night.
* TearJerker: Too many to count.
* UncannyValley: At the beginning of "Faust, Midas, and Myself", an old man (implied to be Satan) is described like this: "Something in his eyes, something in his laugh, something in his voice made my skin crawl off."