Who are the artists on Punk Goes Pop?
Like the others before it, for the 13th compilation in the Punk Goes… series (which includes metal, acoustic, crunk, and classic rock), the fifth volume of Punk Goes Pop features artists from the Fearless Records roster doing post-hardcore covers of popular radio songs.
When did Punk Goes Pop album Come Out?
Punk Goes Pop was the second album in the Punk Goes… series and the first installment in the long running Punk Goes Pop series created by Fearless Records. It contains a collection of songs by various artists performing covers of pop songs. It was released on April 2, 2002. Its success caused Fearless to release more pop cover albums.
When did Punk Goes Pop by Fearless come out?
It was released on April 2, 2002. Its success caused Fearless to release more pop cover albums. As of 2017 there have been seven total Punk Goes Pop albums, more than any other in the franchise. The popularity of these compilations is what sparked Fearless to make more of these types of albums.
When did Punk Goes Pop Volume 4 come out?
It touts a bevy of bangers played during the 2011 Winter X Games courtesy of Breathe Carolina, The Word Alive, Miss May I, and more. Punk Goes Pop, Volume 4 can be cited as the “most-streamed compilation in the series.” The total number of Spotify streams eclipses a staggering 81 million.
When did the Punk Goes series come out?
Launched in 2000, the Punk Goes… series embodies each ebb and flow of popular culture for nearly twenty years—with a twist.
What’s the name of the album Punk Goes Acoustic?
Punk Goes Acoustic would be the first Punk Goes… album to entirely forego covers. For the first time, it exclusively featured originals broken down to the bare essentials on acoustic. Finch’s “Letters To You” surpasses 1 million-plus Spotify streams.