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The Best Walk the Moon Albums, Ranked

Updated April 1, 2019 67 votes 28 voters4 items

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We're ranking the best Walk the Moon albums of all time. One of the best rock bands of 2019, Walk the Moon's discography features several popular songs, like "Shut Up and Dance" and "One Foot." What is the greatest Walk the Moon album ever?

From their debut album I Want! I Want! to their 2017 album What If Nothing, this list of Walk the Moon albums also includes Talking Is Hard and their 2012 self-titled album.

Vote up the best Walk the Moon albums, and vote down the ones that were disappointing.

  • 1

    Talking Is Hard

    Talking Is Hard
    Photo: RCA

    1. Different Colors
    2. Sidekick
    3. Shut Up and Dance
    4. Up 2 U
    5. Avalanche
    6. Portugal
    7. Down In the Dumps
    8. Work This Body
    9. Spend Your $$$
    10. We Are the Kids
    11. Come Under the Covers
    12. Aquaman

    • Release Date: 2014
    24
    8
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  • 2

    Walk the Moon

    Walk the Moon
    Photo: RCA

    1. Quesadilla
    2. Lisa Baby
    3. Next in Line
    4. Anna Sun
    5. Tightrope
    6. Jenny
    7. Shiver Shiver
    8. Lions
    9. Iscariot
    10. Fixin'
    11. I Can Lift a Car

    • Release Date: 2012
    14
    2
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  • 3

    What If Nothing

    What If Nothing
    Photo: RCA

    1. Press Restart
    2. Headphones
    3. One Foot
    4. Surrender
    5. All I Want
    6. All Night
    7. Kamikaze
    8. Tiger Teeth
    9. Sound of Awakening
    10. Feels Good to Be High
    11. Can't Sleep (Wolves)
    12. In My Mind
    13. Lost in the Wild

    • Release Date: 2017
    9
    1
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  • 4

    I Want! I Want!

    I Want! I Want!
    Photo: Self-released

    1. Anna Sun
    2. Lisa Baby
    3. Quesadilla
    4. The Liftaway
    5. i want! i want!
    6. Blue Dress
    7. Jenny
    8. Me + All My Friends
    9. Iscariot
    10. I Can Lift a Car
    11. William Blake

    • Release Date: 2010
    0
    9
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