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The All-American Rejects are an American power pop band
that formed in Stillwater, Oklahoma. Their latest album, Move
Along, was released in 2005 while the single "Dirty Little
Secret" reached number nine on the Billboard Hot 100 in January 2006.
The second single, "Move Along", was released in early 2006 and was a regular presence on the MTV countdown.
Their most recent album, Kids on the Street, was released in March 2012 and debuted at #18 on the US Billboard 200 chart.
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The All-American Rejects released their first independent album in the spring of 2000 and eventually built up a large local fanbase. They went on to open for The Flaming Lips and Caroline's Spine. Their music was also licensed for use on then-hit MTV show Undressed.
In the summer of 2001, the All-American Rejects released the EP Same Girl, New Songs and began to tour the American Midwest. By the tour's end, the band had signed a contract with Doghouse Records, the label of such bands as River City High and The Get Up Kids. Then, in 2002, the All-American Rejects recorded their international debut album, The All-American Rejects. From this album came the single "Swing, Swing," for which the band is best known.
In 2005, the All-American Rejects released their new album, Move Along, from which came the single "Dirty Little Secret". The single has made it down to number 35 on the AT Top 40 Countown. The second single, "Move Along", was released in January 2006. Within the first weeks after premiering their video, it has been on the TRL countdown ever since, hitting number one for days in row, moving from place to place. The album also contains the track "Night Drive", which was featured in the video game Madden NFL 2006.