The List of Paramore Albums in Order of Release

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Having sold over 7 million albums, including 6 million in the United States. The Paramore is one of the best American rock band. They have released six studio albums, five extended plays, two live albums, twenty five singles, one video album, and twenty six music videos.

“Every time we do a record, I get so married to who we are in that moment that I’m scared for us to go be something else,” Hayley Williams admitted to Apple Music in 2017. “Because what if we’re not as good at that?” Her tenure as frontwoman for Paramore has given her plenty of opportunities to conquer that fear. Even from their 2004 inception in the suburbs of Nashville, Paramore’s identity was constantly in flux. Initially signed as a solo artist to Atlantic Records—which had designs on turning her into the next Kelly Clarkson—Williams insisted on including her high-school pals in her pursuits, forming a band that reflected the harder alt-rock sounds she was more naturally drawn to.

Atlantic acquiesced by grooming Paramore on their indie-leaning subsidiary Fueled by Ramen, where the group debuted with 2005’s All We Know Is Falling. On their early records, Paramore updated the candy-coated angst of Avril Lavigne with the urgent emo-schooled dynamics of Jimmy Eat World, but recurring personnel changes would reformulate the band’s chemistry on an album-by-album basis. Alongside peers like Fall Out Boy and Panic! At the Disco, Paramore gradually pushed pop-punk out of the mosh pit and past the velvet rope. And as the band crossed over via acoustic coffeehouse ballads (2009’s “The Only Exception”) and breezy, gospel-infused funk (the Grammy-winning 2013 single “Ain’t It Fun”), Williams seized the mantle of the Warped Tour generation’s foremost feminist voice, even disavowing their first Top 40 hit, the 2008 love-triangle rager “Misery Business,” for lyrics that painted the other woman in a nasty light. After a four-year hiatus, Paramore reinvented themselves as a tropical-disco troupe for 2017’s After Laughter, a Top 10-crashing comeback that once again proved Williams’ aforementioned fears to be wholly unfounded. So, if you are a die heart fan of Paramore Albums then check out here we have list of Paramore albums in order of release so far.

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All Paramore Albums in Order: Check Out The List of  Paramore Albums in Order of Release Here!

Here is the list of Paramore Album in Order of Release Date:

  1. All We Know Is Falling — July 26, 2005
  2. Riot! — June 12, 2007
  3. Brand New Eyes — September 29, 2009
  4. Paramore — April 5, 2013
  5. After Laughter — May 12, 2017
  6. This Is Why — February 10, 2023


All Paramore Albums List in Order

1. All We Know Is Falling (2005)

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  1. All We Know
  2. Pressure
  3. Emergency
  4. Brighter
  5. Here We Go Again
  6. Never Let This Go
  7. Whoa
  8. Conspiracy
  9. Franklin
  10. My Heart


2. Riot! (2007)

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  1. For a Pessimist, I’m Pretty Optimistic
  2. That’s What You Get
  3. Hallelujah
  4. Misery Business
  5. When It Rains
  6. Let the Flames Begin
  7. Miracle
  8. Crushcrushcrush
  9. We Are Broken
  10. Fences
  11. Born for This


3. Brand New Eyes (2009)

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  1. Careful
  2. Ignorance
  3. Playing God
  4. Brick by Boring Brick
  5. Turn It Off
  6. The Only Exception
  7. Feeling Sorry
  8. Looking Up
  9. Where the Lines Overlap
  10. Misguided Ghosts
  11. All I Wanted


4. Paramore (2013)

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  1. Fast in My Car
  2. Now
  3. Grow Up
  4. Daydreaming
  5. Interlude: Moving On
  6. Ain’t It Fun
  7. Part II
  8. Last Hope
  9. Still Into You
  10. Anklebiters
  11. Interlude: Holiday
  12. Proof
  13. Hate to See Your Heart Break
  14. (One of Those) Crazy Girls
  15. Interlude: I’m Not Angry Anymore
  16. Be Alone
  17. Future


5. After Laughter (2017)

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  1. Hard Times
  2. Rose-Colored Boy
  3. Told You So
  4. Forgiveness
  5. Fake Happy
  6. 26
  7. Pool
  8. Grudges
  9. Caught in the Middle
  10. Idle Worship
  11. No Friend
  12. Tell Me How


6. This Is Why (2023)

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  1. This Is Why
  2. The News
  3. Out of Time
  4. C’est Comme Ça
  5. Big Man, Little Dignity
  6. You First
  7. Figure 8
  8. Liar
  9. Crave
  10. Thick Skull


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