Bowling for Soup Albums Ranked

Bowling for Soup (abbreviated as BFS) is an American rock band originally formed in Wichita Falls, Texas, in 1994. The band consists of Jaret Reddick (lead vocals, guitar), Chris Burney (guitar, backing vocals), Gary Wiseman (drums, percussion, backing vocals), and Rob Felicetti (bass, backing vocals, acoustic guitar). The band is best known for its singles “Girl All the Bad Guys Want”, “1985”, “Almost” and “High School Never Ends”. The band is also known for performing the introduction to the Disney Channel TV show Phineas and Ferb and the vocal theme for Sonic Unleashed. Here are all of Bowling for Soup albums ranked.

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10. Bowling For Soup Goes To The Movies (2005)

“Wonderful fun punk rock from Texas, about the life, the love and the nonsense you have experienced (from the point of view of the band). All songs are very melodic and the catchy voice of the singer goes into the ear. None of them is like the other and it’s fun and fun to listen to the music, it doesn’t matter which album you’re looking for… the band name stands for quality and homicidal fun!”

9. Let’s Do It For Johnny! (2000)

“Let’s Do It for Johnny is pure ear candy. I love every song on this disc. Granted, I am not a long time fan. I do not have the first album and don’t know about repeat songs, etc. The production is rad. The sound is big. The lyrics are exactly what I wanted out of this pure pop punk band. Unrequited love, odd situations, life in general and a screamin’ cover of a Bryan Adams tune. What more could I want? Nothing.”

8. Bowling For Soup (1994)

“Great unpretentious pop punk from a genuine bunch of guys – so many catchy tunes and your mind takes you to the equally great videos they have made. Worth catching live because they really connect with their fans and know how to have fun. Worth adding to anybody’s collection”

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7. Lunch. Drunk. Love. (2013)

“Another great Bowling for Soup album that does exactly what it says on the tin. If you love BFS you should definitely add this to your collection, though it definitely feels a little more introspective (well for BFS) and autobiographic, with tracks such as ‘Since We Broke Up’ and ‘Couple of Days’, than their previous offerings. ‘Critically Disdained’ is a great opener and sets the pace for the other up-tempo numbers such as ‘Real’ and ‘From the Rooftops’ while the inclusion of slower tracks such as ‘Circle’ provide contrast and a chance to savour the funny, witty and often cleverly written lyrics that can be overlooked in the band’s often self-deprecating and/or comic videos.”

6. Rock On Honorable Ones!! (1997)

“Not just brilliant rock music, these guys have fun doing it and that comes across through out their music. The first time I can honestly say that there simply isn’t a single track they have recorded that I haven’t thought is pure brilliance. Can’t think of another way to put it. These guys are quite a step up beyond brilliant and I have no idea why they haven’t got greater recognition. I’m still waiting for a UK tour though, but when they come I’ll be going to more than just one night.”

5. Drunk Enough To Dance (2002)

“Bowling for soup is a band that just make you want to smile. This album is the one that moved them to obscurity as a small texas band to the spotlight getting nominated for a Grammy award. Although it should have one, it lost to an artist that literally sold only about 51 cds or something like that, big scandal in my book. But this CD is more than just one song, BFS delivers there Rock with a punk edge to it that will keep you bouncing all day. A great album all the way through, you won’t be disappointed with it.”

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4. Fishin’ For Woos (2011)

“Personally, I love “Smiley Face” and “Friends, Chicks, Guitars” because they are great anthems to live by. Not to mention, after a Bowling for Soup concert, all you can think of is This has been a great night, no one got into a fight, met some girls, saw a band, everything went as planned…and of course you want to sing about beer. The lyrics are relatable and easily loveable. And for the loyal fans, there is a new rendition of “Guard My Heart”.Fishin For Woos is definitely one of the higher BFS albums on my list. I can enjoy every song and they’re great for a pick me up if you need it.”

3. Sorry For Partyin’ (2009)

“I had never heard of Bowling for Soup before this album. Maybe I do live under a rock. I stumbled onto them thanks to their ‘My Wena’ video. I love a band that can play really rocking songs, and not speak of death, dying, killing someone, or other topics that are really down. I love their sense of humor, and look forward to more of their music. I love listening to this album anytime I need an uplift in my day.”

2. The Great Burrito Extortion Case (2006)

“Thankfully, with fantastic songs such as Suckerpunch, Girl all the bad guys want and Smoothie King, still ringing in our ears, the BFS guy’s released this fantastic album, that just puts a great big smile on your face. The highlights for me include the astounding ‘Val Kilmer’, ‘Epiphany’, ’99 Biker friends’ and the quite surreal but incredible ‘If you come back to me’, a song that just slaps you on the back of the head, while shouting, ‘No, come on.. give me a listen. This is really good stuff!’

1. A Hangover You Don’t Deserve (2004)

“This is a great, great album, full of killer hooks, witty intelligent lyrics, lush harmonies and rocking tunes. I’ve had this record now since it came out in 2004 and it’s been in my in car CD player permanently since then. This is a long album too and most records of this size are packed with second rate filler songs. Well not here, I can tell you! Each song is as good as the last and all bear repeated listening. I just NEVER get bored of these songs! In fact this is now officially my new favorite album of all time.”