• Columbia House Party

The All-American Rejects (2002)

In the latest episode of Columbia House Party, hosts Jake Goldsbie and Blake Murphy are joined by Taylor Markarian (@TKMarkarian), author of From The Basement: A History of Emo Music and How It Changed Society, to reminisce about the self-titled 2003 debut from The All-American Rejects. Tyson Ritter hive, it’s your time to log on. Find out more about Taylor’s AOL Instant Messenger association with the Rejects, which song stands out as a missed opportunity as the follow-up single behind Swing, Swing, and how Ritter’s acting career holds up under the microscope on this week’s podcast.

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