The single did not chart on the Billboard Hot 100 until almost six months after its release, in June. On August 21 the "I Wanna" single was issued to Austria and Germany. The album's first single, "Dirty Little Secret", was released that summer to radio stations. The band's debut single "Swing, Swing" was released on December 2, 2002, when they were joined by two new members; Mike Kennerty on rhythm guitar and Chris Gaylor on drums - months after recording the album. The song was created in conjunction with the film's musical score. About The All-American Rejects. Lucy, Evan.  Kids in the Street, the band's fourth studio album, was released on March 26, 2012, and debuted at number 18 on the US Billboard 200 chart. On February 8, 2018, Tyson Ritter that the band was no longer signed to Interscope Records, saying that the band intended to release music "without all the politics that come into play when signed to a major label", citing the process of the label paying top 40 stations to play their music as not for them, and not what music is about.  This performance gained them recognition in Malaysia. The Too Bad for Hell DVD!, their first live DVD – which was later certified Gold by the RIAA. Another song from When the World Comes Down, In July, "Real World" was released as a promotional single in the United States, followed by "I Wanna" as a headliner. On November 14, 2011 Ritter announced that ex Taking Back Sunday bassist Matt Rubano had joined the band as their bass player for live performances, but stated that [Ritter] is still the bass player recording-wise.. The song is part of a two-track EP which was released by the band last week and is the first release since Read More So this wasn't an album I expected to like all that much.  After the Gives You Hell Tour wrapped up, the band embarked on a world tour until coming back to the states to start the I Wanna Rock Tour, which hit many major venues in the United States. The All-American Rejects. Between mid-July and early August, the group appeared on the Warped Tour.. Produced by Howard Benson. His hi-hats are Sabian 14-inch HHX Evolution. The band also wrote and recorded the song "The Poison" for the Almost Alice compilation, a collection of songs representing the 2010 Tim Burton film Alice in Wonderland. In July the band sent a promotional single from Move Along, "Top of the World" to modern rock radio. The pain in lead singer Tyson Ritter's vocals in " Swing Swing " appealed to those with broken hearts, and " The Last Song " made all the blink-182 and Sum 41 pop-punk fans root for the foursome. Every last song on this record deals with lost love and loneliness. On March 15, 2006, the All-American Rejects began a tour of the United States that wrapped up on May 13, 2006. The All‐American Rejects first charted 3 years after their formation or first release. The All-American Rejects Song list. In September 2006, a third headlining single, "It Ends Tonight", was released from Move Along. .  The band later announced the track listing for the album on December 16, 2011, and that its first single would be titled "Beekeeper's Daughter", it premiered in an episode of American teen drama 90210 featuring the band performing the track on January 31, 2012, as well as being released the same day. Three years after the Move Along album was issued, the group released their third studio album, When the World Comes Down (produced by Eric Valentine), on December 16, 2008. The finished album version of the song "I Wanna" appeared in the movie, The House Bunny, which was released to theaters on August 22, 2008. The band also collaborated with composer Danny Elfman on "The Future Has Arrived", which was included on the soundtrack of Disney film Meet the Robinsons. It was here that Ritter offered himself for bass duties. The album peaked at No. , Using mainly Fender and Gibson guitars, the All-American Rejects use numerous models. In July 2005, the All-American Rejects released their second studio album, Move Along, produced by Howard Benson. Stillwater, OK-based Alterna-Rockers The All-American Rejects are back and more energetic than ever with their 2008 release, When the World Comes Down.