13 Songs, 42 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

Songwriter and bassist Pete Wentz takes more liberties with language and dark humor here, riffing both for fun and effect, and Patrick Stump’s razor sharp guitars and fervent vocals are stronger and more efficient. Stump instinctively wraps both his voice and his guitar around the hooks, weaving them into an inseparable whole, and he knows when let things flow or breathe in a more organic and natural fit.

EDITORS’ NOTES

Songwriter and bassist Pete Wentz takes more liberties with language and dark humor here, riffing both for fun and effect, and Patrick Stump’s razor sharp guitars and fervent vocals are stronger and more efficient. Stump instinctively wraps both his voice and his guitar around the hooks, weaving them into an inseparable whole, and he knows when let things flow or breathe in a more organic and natural fit.

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Ratings and Reviews

4.3 out of 5
3.4K Ratings
3.4K Ratings
The Berto ,

Best Album

I know everyone has heard the single. Sugar Were Going Down. But I would just like to say that although that song rocks. The whole album "From Under the Cork Tree" is even better. So if you loved Sugar Were Going Down, Your going to be in for quite a ride.
5 stars for Fall Out Boy.

Tyler Morris-Rains ,

tired of it

Yes, I am addicted to Fall Out Boy. They're a very love-able band. I'm just really tired of all the girls who know Sugar, We're Going Down, and that's it. The ones who are constantly saying "LyKe Oh Em Geee, the fall out boys are my absoulute fave!" It gets old. I love fall out boy for all of their cd's and their amazing lyrics. Not because of one song.

porschedude90210 ,

Sweet!

Fall Out Boy is amazing! I was a fan when they were part of the underground scene, but this is probably they're best album. My favorite song is "A Little Less Sixteen Candles, a Little More "Touch Me"" But whatever your opinion they are sweet. Peace.

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