The 1994 release of Green Day's Dookie opened the doors for a new breed of rock bands who took the scrappy sound and middle-finger attitude of punk, revved it up with pop hooks, and fused it with lyrics that looked at the world with a decidedly adolescent mindset. Before long, the pop-punk scene became one of the liveliest in alternative rock, and the launching of the Vans Warped Tour in 1995 gave the leading bands on the scene a national touring platform. In 2013, Universal Music collected some of the biggest and best songs from the pop-punk explosion on the collection Teenage Dirtbags, and Teenage Dirtbags, Vol. 2 offers up another 41 classic punk, ska, and indie rock sides. Artists include blink-192, Bowling for Soup, Andrew W.K., Smash Mouth, Yellowcard, Good Charlotte, Alkaline Trio, New Found Glory, Jet, and many more.