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Far from a sophomore slump, the second album by Chicago’s Fall Out Boy finds the band massaging the post-hardcore, emo-pop sound of their debut, Take This to Your Grave, with a more expansive and confident sonic palette. Songwriter and bassist Pete Wentz take more liberties with language and dark humor, riffing both for fun and effect, and Patrick Stump’s razor sharp guitars and fervent vocals are stronger and more efficient. Having fun with lyrics like, “I don't blame you for being you / But you can't blame me for hating it” and “We’re the therapists pumping through your speakers / Delivering just what you need,” Stump instinctively wraps both his voice and his guitar around the hooks, weaving them into an inseparable whole, and yet he knows when to slow things up and let them flow or breathe in a more organic and natural fit. His modest, low-key vocals on “I’ve Got a Dark Alley” is a risk that pays off, and the melodic swoops and slides on “Sophomore Slump” are just plain fun. The crunchy guitars on “Our Lawyer Made Us” and the urgent, punkish pace of  “Dance Dance” are throwbacks to the band’s harder days... and don’t the kids just love it!

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For crying out loud, please, no one tell the Junior High girls about this one please! What an awesome collection of songs from FOB. Hands down-it's just a great listen through and through. Only exception I would say is the live version, but I only got to hear the sample so it may be better than it seems. The "Dance, Dance" remix is extremely danceable and the opening track "Snitches and Talkers Get Stitches and Walkers" could be a preview of their next album. If so, we have a lot to look forward to as the band seems to be progressing and evolving their sound. In the mean time-pick up this EP. It will hold the true fans of music over until the next album.

Fall Out Boy Does It Again...

The three new songs on "Clouds and Underdogs" are right on target. The first track is a different sound for FOB, it's more hardcore than the songs on From Under The Cork Tree. As expected, Peter Wentz delivers with clever lyrics, and Patrick Stump's voice is brilliant in this track. 'Snitches and Talkers..." is currently my favourite of FOB...and who doesn't like a little screaming from Mr. Wentz? The second track has outstanding guitar and bass, and the lyric "i'm every cliche, i simply do it best" makes me smile everytime. "My Heart Is The Worst Kind Of Weapon" has a great rhythm, and the lyrics are sort of dark and regretful. Ah, that's Fall Out Boy for you! The remixes are great of course, and I was especially happy with Patrick's remix of "Sugar, We're Goin' Down". I give this EP five stars! Fall Out Boy never ceases to amaze me. If you don't want to buy all of the tracks, be sure to at least buy "Snitches and Talkers Get Stitches and Walkers". You won't be disappointed.


this re-release is so exciting!! :) i was watching making the video of a little less sixteen candles, a little more touch me last night, and i heard pete mention this new album. so when i got home today, i was so excited to see that is has been released!! i absolutly LOVE this album (along with all the others)!! thank you fall out boy! :):)


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 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 hardcore...
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