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** To a lesser extent, "Top Of The World" is this for ''[[VideoGame/Burnout Burnout Revenge]]'' fans.

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** To a lesser extent, "Top Of The World" is this for ''[[VideoGame/Burnout ''[[VideoGame/{{Burnout}} Burnout Revenge]]'' fans.

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**To a lesser extent, "Top Of The World" is this for ''[[VideoGame/Burnout Burnout Revenge]]'' fans.


* EarWorm: "Dirty Little Secret", "Move Along", "I'm Waiting", "Swing, Swing", "Gives You Hell". Let's just say this is their bread and butter.


* SongAssociation: "Move Along" was very popular in 2006 where it was used for the Toa Inika commercials for ''{{Toys/Bionicle}}''.
* UnfortunateNames: Chris Gaylor.

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* SongAssociation: "Move Along" was very popular in 2006 where it was used for the Toa Inika commercials for ''{{Toys/Bionicle}}''.
* UnfortunateNames: Chris Gaylor.
''{{Toys/Bionicle}}''. The song has since been affectionately picked up by the franchise's fandom as its unofficial "theme song".


* CrowningMomentOfHeartwarming: "Believe" is this and a TearJerker.

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* CrowningMomentOfHeartwarming: SugarWiki/HeartwarmingMoments: "Believe" is this and a TearJerker.


* SongAssociation: "Move Along" was very popular in 2006 where it was used for the Toa Inika commercials for {{BIONICLE}}.

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* SongAssociation: "Move Along" was very popular in 2006 where it was used for the Toa Inika commercials for {{BIONICLE}}.''{{Toys/Bionicle}}''.


* SongAssociation: "Move Along" was very popular in 2006 where it was used for the Toa Inika commercials for BIONICLE.

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* SongAssociation: "Move Along" was very popular in 2006 where it was used for the Toa Inika commercials for BIONICLE.{{BIONICLE}}.


* SongAssociation: "Move Along" was very popular in 2006 where it was used for the Toa Inika commercials for [[Franchise/BIONICLE]].

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* SongAssociation: "Move Along" was very popular in 2006 where it was used for the Toa Inika commercials for [[Franchise/BIONICLE]].BIONICLE.


* SongAssociation: "Move Along" was very popular in 2006 where it was used for the Toa Inika commercials for [[Franchisw/BIONICLE]].

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* SongAssociation: "Move Along" was very popular in 2006 where it was used for the Toa Inika commercials for [[Franchisw/BIONICLE]].[[Franchise/BIONICLE]].


* SongAssociation: "Move Along" was very popular in 2006 where it was used for the Toa Inika commercials for [[Toys/BIONICLE]].

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* SongAssociation: "Move Along" was very popular in 2006 where it was used for the Toa Inika commercials for [[Toys/BIONICLE]].[[Franchisw/BIONICLE]].

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* SongAssociation: "Move Along" was very popular in 2006 where it was used for the Toa Inika commercials for [[Toys/BIONICLE]].


** From ''The All-American Rejects'', there's "Swing Swing" and "The Last Song"
** From ''Move Along'', there's "Dirty Little Secret", "Move Along", "11:11 P.M.", "Top of the World" and "I'm Waiting"

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** From ''The All-American Rejects'', there's "Swing Swing" and "The Last Song"
Song".
** From ''Move Along'', there's "Dirty Little Secret", "Move Along", "11:11 P.M.", "Top of the World" and "I'm Waiting"Waiting".



* BlackSheepHit: "Gives You Hell", their biggest hit, has a much more simple composition than most of their songs.

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"Gives You Hell", their biggest hit, has a much more simple composition than most of their songs.



* BrokenBase: ''Kids in the Street'' due to being a NewSoundAlbum with emphasis on classic 80's sounding songs.

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* BrokenBase: BrokenBase:
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''Kids in the Street'' due to being a NewSoundAlbum with emphasis on classic 80's sounding songs.



* CantUnhearIt: During the second verse of It Ends Tonight, there are a few lines where you can hear that Tyson appears to have a lisp (or really needs to swallow the saliva that builds up relatively easily while singing), especially when emphasizing anything with an F or a T. [[note]] For those wondering what to listen for, it sounds like crackling, specifically when he says "A ''falling'' star, least I ''fall'' alone" and "You're ''fighting things'' that you didn't know" [[/note]].

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* CantUnhearIt: During the second verse of It "It Ends Tonight, Tonight", there are a few lines where you can hear that Tyson appears to have a lisp (or really needs to swallow the saliva that builds up relatively easily while singing), especially when emphasizing anything with an F or a T. [[note]] For T.[[note]]For those wondering what to listen for, it sounds like crackling, specifically when he says "A ''falling'' star, least I ''fall'' alone" and "You're ''fighting things'' that you didn't know" [[/note]].know".[[/note]]



* EpicRiff: "Dirty Little Secret" and "Real World".
* FaceOfTheBand: Tyson Ritter

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* EpicRiff: "Dirty Little Secret" Secret", "Move Along" and "Real World".
* FaceOfTheBand: Tyson RitterRitter.



* {{Narm}}: "Someday's Gone" ends with a ThrowItIn moment that just feels weird. At the end of the song, Tyson gives off a chuckle-worthy "wopwopwopwopwopwopwop".
** The children chorus heard near the end of "Move Along" is sort of... unnecessary.

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* {{Narm}}: {{Narm}}:
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"Someday's Gone" ends with a ThrowItIn moment that just feels weird. At the end of the song, Tyson gives off a chuckle-worthy "wopwopwopwopwopwopwop".
** The children chorus heard near the end of "Move Along" is sort of... unnecessary. Not only that, they sound somewhat unenthused.



* SignatureSong: "Move Along", "Dirty Little Secret", "It Ends Tonight", or "Gives You Hell" may qualify. Oddly enough, "Swing, Swing," their first singler, was pretty big, but seems to have been overshadowed by their many other hits, to the point that these are really the only songs of theirs you'll hear on the radio.
* UnfortunateNames: Chris Gaylor
* {{Wangst}}: Definitely their first album, which is a prime slice of 2000s emo cheese, and ''especially'' their shamelessly melodramatic first single "Swing, Swing."

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* SignatureSong: "Move Along", "Dirty Little Secret", "It Ends Tonight", or "Gives You Hell" may qualify. Oddly enough, "Swing, Swing," Swing", their first singler, single, was pretty big, but seems to have been overshadowed by their many other hits, to the point that these are really the only songs of theirs you'll hear on the radio.
* UnfortunateNames: Chris Gaylor
Gaylor.
* {{Wangst}}: Definitely their first album, which is a prime slice of 2000s emo cheese, and ''especially'' their shamelessly melodramatic first single "Swing, Swing."Swing".


* SugarWiki/FunnyMoments: Their cover of [[Music/BritneySpears "Womanizer"]]. From the subversion of TheCoverChangesTheGender to hilarious instrumental choices (Tyson plays an accordion, while Mike plays ''beer bottles'' in a redneck outfit), the cover is pure gold.

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* SugarWiki/FunnyMoments: SugarWiki/FunnyMoments
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Their cover of [[Music/BritneySpears "Womanizer"]]. From the subversion of TheCoverChangesTheGender to hilarious instrumental choices (Tyson plays an accordion, while Mike plays ''beer bottles'' in a redneck outfit), the cover is pure gold.gold.
** The video for "Gives You Hell" is full of them.


* GrowingTheBeard: ''Move Along'' is almost universally considered superior to their first album.

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* GrowingTheBeard: ''Move Along'' is almost universally considered superior to Along'', impressively so. Not only did it avert a sophomore slump and see the band [[NewSoundAlbum evolve into a well-respected pop rock band]], but completely overshadowed their first album.beginnings as an emo act, something [[NeverLiveItDown few other bands of the genre can brag about]].


* SignatureSong: "Move Along", "Dirty Little Secret", "It Ends Tonight", or "Gives You Hell" may qualify.
** To the point that these are really the only songs of theirs you'll hear on the radio.

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* SignatureSong: "Move Along", "Dirty Little Secret", "It Ends Tonight", or "Gives You Hell" may qualify.
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qualify. Oddly enough, "Swing, Swing," their first singler, was pretty big, but seems to have been overshadowed by their many other hits, to the point that these are really the only songs of theirs you'll hear on the radio.



* {{Wangst}}: Some of their early work has shades of this.

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* {{Wangst}}: Some of Definitely their early work has shades first album, which is a prime slice of this.2000s emo cheese, and ''especially'' their shamelessly melodramatic first single "Swing, Swing."

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