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The All-American Rejects are an American rock band formed in Stillwater, Oklahoma in 1999 and currently consists of Tyson Ritter, Nick Wheeler, Mike Kennerty and Chris Gaylor.
The first piece of music ever recorded and released by The All-American Rejects was known as the blue album, it was a rough demo selection of twelve songs, some of which would be included Same Girl, New Songs EP. The young band gained attention from this collection and after backing from producer Tim O'Heir they released their self-titled album in 2003.
The first album was a commercial success, peaking at #25 on the US Billboard charts and dented the UK charts too. It featured the band's first small hit 'Swing, Swing' which was a bigger success in Britain. The follow-up album 'Move Along' remains their peak US chart position, placing at #6 upon its release in July 2005. It holds a double platinum selling certificate in the States thanks to the help of three hit singles, 'Move Along' 'Dirty Little Secret' and 'It Ends Tonight'.
The third album 'When The World Comes Down' did not reach the top 10 on the US Billboard as its predecessor had yet it features the band's biggest international single 'Gives You Hell'. The track reached #5 on the US chart and #18 in the UK as well as appearing on various charts around the world, it was the fifth most downloaded song of 2009. 'Kids In The Street' was released in 2012 and became the band's first appearance on the UK album charts top 40.