Twenty One Pilots Albums Ranked

Twenty One Pilots (stylized in all lowercase or as twenty øne piløts) is an American musical duo from Columbus, Ohio. The band was formed in 2009 by lead vocalist Tyler Joseph along with Nick Thomas and Chris Salih, both of whom left in 2011. Since their departure, the line-up has consisted of Joseph and drummer Josh Dun. The duo is best known for the singles “Stressed Out”, “Ride”, and “Heathens”. The group received a Grammy Award for Best Pop Duo/Group Performance at the 59th Annual Grammy Awards for “Stressed Out”. The band independently released two albums, Twenty One Pilots (2009) and Regional at Best (2011), before being signed by record label Fueled by Ramen in 2012. Their label debut, Vessel, was released in 2013. The duo achieved breakthrough success with their fourth album, Blurryface (2015), which produced the successful singles “Stressed Out” and “Ride” and became the first album in history on which every track received at least a gold certification from the Recording Industry Association of America. The release of the single “Heathens” also made the group the first alternative artist to have two concurrent top ten singles in the United States. The duo’s fifth studio album, Trench, was released on October 5, 2018. Here are all of Twenty One Pilots albums ranked.

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5. Regional At Best (2011)

“This album will always be the alma mater of some of Twenty One Pilots’ best songs, but for most of the tracks, the technical quality just isn’t there. The audio on most tracks is poorly mixed and mastered, taking away from what they could have been. Many of these were redone beautifully on Vessel, but as for this release… at some points, it’s a little hard to listen to.”

4. Twenty One Pilots (2009)

“Beautiful album. In this record we see twenty one pilots digging deep into the human souls feelings and yearnings. Not only are their lyrics thought provoking, but they get them across in an entertaining and enjoyable way.Songs really vary in style, keeping it from getting stale when you listen from start to finish. You can catch influences from different artists across their music. I have listened to the three albums in sequence without getting tired of listening to them.”

3. Blurryface (2015)

“Each song was so deliciously unique, even supporting different genres and I was impressed even before my purchase. But now, still enjoying every song as a singular experience, I’d have to say fandom has emerged. Each song is intelligently arranged to give you something different to look forward to as one song fades out and the next steps up to play!”

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2. Trench (2018)

“Trench is no exception. From a creative standpoint it represents an evolution not only musically, but personally for Tyler Joseph. This guy acknowledges how much fear and anxiety try to overtake him on a personal level. That resonates to a lot of people through his lyrics, voice, and songs. There is serious depth to this album if one only bothers to listen for it. Both musically and lyrically the songs are very deep. Listen critically, and you will find there is a lot going on that is subtle and meaningful.”

1. Vessel (2013)

“Easy listening – Intelligent lyrics – no profanity – can’t put your finger on the genre, one minute its rap, then folk, then electronica, then reggae, then emo – its amazing like Tyler Joseph has a force inside of him that needs to come out to share a message – his lyrics are very well written and thoughtful with no swearing / Josh Dun is an amazing drummer like the drummer from No doubt or The Used (First album) without the drums the whole mood would fall apart – I can’t stop listening to this and have become enamored”