Drive Thru Records releases ranked from bad to really bad


Anyone who is in their early to mid 20’s probably remembers Drive Thru Records. While the label is still around today, there was a solid 10 year period where the label released a string of pop punk records that catered to the crowd who were listening to bands like N’sync and Backstreet Boys several years before (1998-2000.) While pop punk was in its prime in the early 2000’s, Drive Thru Records released some great pop punk records, and really cashed in on the genre’s popularity. While I don’t agree with every choice on this list, it certainly makes for an interesting discussion if you remember this period. Check out the list here from Noisey.

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