Even though it hit the mainstream officially in the mid-Nineties, pop-punk began bubbling up in the Seventies in various forms. Four decades later, it’s still one of the most predominant and popular rock genres, still soundtracking new generations of teenagers fed up with suburban life, heartbreak and parents who just don’t understand. Along the way, bands like Green Day and Blink-182 became the new guard of rock music and began crafting modern classics not chained to a specific year or context. We asked our readers to vote for their favorite pop-punk albums. Here are the results.