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Folie à Deux (Deluxe Version)

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iTunes Editors’ Notes

Here’s the abbreviated guest list: Lil Wayne, Debbie Harry, producer Pharrell Williams, and the center of Patrick Stump’s hook-slinging universe, Elvis Costello. Elvis’ appearance is delivered alongside sweeping strings, melodramatic melodies and a chorus line of Warped Tour vets (members of Panic At the Disco, Cobra Starship, Gym Class Heroes, The Academy Is … and more). Bizarre? The torch-passing duet is quite seamless, actually — enough that you might not even notice Costello’s presence the first time around. That’s the important thing to remember here: Fall Out Boy never lets its famous friends get in the way of each song’s postmodern spin on what it means to be, well, Fall Out Boy. Among the album’s twilight- zone touches are the industrial strength synths of “I Don’t Care” (think latter-day A.F.I.), the hardcore howling (backed by Blondie herself) of “West Coast Smoker,” the piano-man lead and smoky horns of “20 Dollar Nose Bleed,” and the sudden blue-eyed soul outro of “W.A.M.S.” All and all, it’s enough to overshadow the pontificating of bassist/band mouthpiece Pete Wentz. It’s kinda hard to get mad at the guy when you’re busy singing every one of his songs.

Customer Reviews

Old time FOB fans please read this.....

Im not going to bash this album, its very catchy and will get stuck in your head. However I want the same fall out boy i heard when i was in early high school. "Take This To Your Grave" was so amazing, not one bad song. And for all you guys just getting into FOB i would reccomend you buy that album over any of their new ones. I saw FOB back in 03' i believe playing a show with Taking Back Sunday and Matchbook Romance. When all 3 bands had their "heyday" cds out. TBS- Tell All Your Friends. And Matchbooks- Stories and Alibies. It literally changed my life. After the show, dripping in my sweat and other peoples sweat from the mosh, voice completely gone from singing along to every song, walking down the street i ran into Stump, Hurley, and Wentz. I had them sign my Take This To Your Grave cd i purchased after the show. Complimented them on the show, and they were stoked to hear it. Thats what I miss. Their raw music and their connection they had with thier fans. FOB used to rock the ******* place hard. Now it seems like they are trying to hard. Bring it back old school Fall Out Boy!

The songs u grow to love never stick at first...

Folie a Deux... Insanity of two... (something tells me the insanity is shared by more than two of us...) its clear this album was made fr fans, but i have a feeling its gonna catch the attention of alot of other people too... its incredibly catchy, brimming with dark reflective lyrics, crisp catchy beats and anthemic choruses, wearing their influences on their sleeve... Fall Out Boy knows what they're doing... 1) Disloyal Order of Water Buffaloes- NIce opener... not overly impressive, the anthemic chorus , screaming "Boycott Love..." redeems th entire song... 2) I don't care- "Let december glow in flames..." catchy, really catchy, ( as a side note this song feels alot like the Boot Scoot'n Boogie at the beginning... but th songs synthed guitars and opening rifts almost seem like a rocked up version of Christina Aguilaras "Keeps getting better", but trust me its not...) 3) She's my Winona- Awesome song!!! tht beat makes u wanna move... (the intro has an underlying feeling similar to California Dreaming and don't fear the reaper...) the chorus is catchy (reminiscent of G.I.N.A.S.F.S and Its hard to say i do when i don't...) and obviously inspired by Bronx (pete and ashley's new son)... (it also calls out the fact tht people are constantly point out tht Fall Out Boy has changed...) this song does not disappoint... 4) Americas Sweethearts- this song COMPLETELY reflects the style they adopted on infinity on high... (this song is remarkably tongue in cheek, almost uncomfortably so... "i don't know much about classic cars/ but i have alot of friends hooked on classic "coke" but isn't tht why we love Fall Out Boy?) 5) Headfirst Slide into Coopestown on a Bad Bet- Awesome song, lyrically this song is classic Fall Out Boy, displaying th classic yearning to have meaning, " I don't wanna be a footnote in someone else's happiness" tht we all cling to... 6) The (shipped) Gold Standard- A stunner off this album... the song starts off like a late 90's pop/punk/alt song u'd hear on the radio, then transitions into clearly Fall Out Boy, rooting the first few verses in an "i'm like a lawyer" like tempo... the song takes another turn and quickly reveals itself as the self-conscious love song it truly is... 7)(Coffee's For Closers)- The opening drum beats alone are enough to keep u hooked... the hooks reel u in... the chorus rings out "i will never believe in anything again"... but we will... 8) What a catch donnie- truly a catch, i'm not sure where else u can find so many singers outside of a charity event song... Elvis Costello, Gabe Saporta, Travis McCoy, Brendon Urie, Doug, Alex DeLeon, and william becket all have a part in this fall out Boy good old days reflection... 9) 27- AMAZING song... this song wraps a highly polished song around the old TTTYG, while still sounding fresh, and oddly sounding a bit like "you know my Name", the james bond casino royale song... but still this is my favorite track of FAD... 10) Tiffany Blews- This song is a little whiny in the beginning, but totally redeems itself with the chorus, "... u'll be faded soon/stuck on a little hot mess"... this song is crowded, but it works out well... ( & lil wayne make a cameo on this track around 2:20) 11 ) W.A.M.S.- much like G.I.N.A.S.F.S the title leaves a little to be wondered about until its cleared up... still the song isn't overshadowed by it... the lyrics song like an old take this to your grave song, and it shows tht this song wants to be one, but there seems to be an aversion to letting it do so... still... great song... (stump takes a solo at the end, and u really get to see the vocal abilities and the comfort range Stump has adopted... awesome track...) 12) 20 dollar nose bleed- this song gives real Fall Out Boy and PATD fans what they've been wanting since '05... something not even The Cab could pull off.. a true and honest vocal showdown between Stump and Urie... it truly is a fun song, and u get the idea tht these guys are just friends having fun layin down this song... the only downside is tht it was done on PATD's terms, and the songs sounds a bit like "Nine in the afternoon", and the Hush sounds "like Vines" ... (the last few seconds of the track are of Pete doing his peotry thing, similar to what he did on From Under the Cork Tree leading into the Stunner West Coast Smoker... 13) West Coast Smoker- "oh, hell yes!!!" this song is only 2 minutes and change, but still it rocks harder thn Fall Out Boy has done in years, great song... great closer for th album sure to please old fans and new...

Nice un-biased review iTunes...

Everyone's entitled to their own opinion...blah, blah, blah. Now that we got that out of the way, what gives iTunes? What kind of an album review is that? I liked the album...a lot. She's my winona, Suithearts, Headfirst Slide, Gold Standard, and Coffee for Closers are great songs. I'll agree that the album loses momentum (and focus) towards the end, but the I still didn't feel like my $10 was wasted. I feel like I lost more money downloading the FREE songs of the week than this album... When the average reviewer rating is 4 out of 5 stars, well, don't you think you might have missed something? In your review, you say something along the lines of "there's too much going on in this album; instruments, cameos, vocals, details, etc." I felt the same when I read that review. Reading it was like watching music get strangled to death slowly, bit by bit, DETAIL by DETAIL. Fall Out Boy is not the best band in the world, but it's pure FUN. If you analyze it and compare it like that you lose your ability to enjoy it. Music is what it is; you can't listen to this album and think about it in terms of music 50 years ago (Beatles). I never compared the two, that's silly. Who would? My point: come off it, listen to Fall Out Boy and think about them as Fall Out Boy. THAT is who they are. P.S. Repeating lines from other hits is a beatles thing? Someone better call Cartel (Minstrels Prayer) and half the other bands that do it...sheesh Oh yeah the album was great.


Formed: 2001 in Chicago, IL

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '00s, '10s

Fall Out Boy rose to the forefront of emo pop in the mid-2000s, selling more than four million albums thanks to the band's tabloid-grabbing bassist, able-voiced frontman, and handful of Top 40 hits. The group's four members first came together in suburban Wilmette, a bedroom community 14 miles north of Chicago, around 2001. Vocalist/guitarist Patrick Stump, bassist/lyricist Pete Wentz, drummer Andrew Hurley, and guitarist Joe Trohman had all taken part in various bands connected to Chicago's underground...
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