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Infinity On High (Deluxe Edition)

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On Infinity on High, Fall Out Boy's first album since hitting the Big (Really Huge) Time, tracks like “Fame < Infamy” and “Don’t You Know Who I Think I Am?” find the band wrestling with topics like sudden fame and celebrity. Bass player and lyricist Pete Wentz’ maturity and insights prove disarming, entertaining, and helpful in writing songs with humor and surprising depth. (Bon mots such as, “Bandwagon's full. Please, catch another,” and “I thought I loved you / but it was just how you looked in the light” threaten to lodge his tongue permanently in his cheek).  Small surprises work to keep things fresh in the band’s familiar emo-pop realm: the metallic guitar barbs on “Thriller,” the sweet “doo doo dooo”s sprinkled like candy all over “This Ain’t a Scene,” and Patrick Stump’s pop croon on “I’m Like a Lawyer” show a willingness to stretch and bend.  Any original fans disappointed by the relatively light, pop feel on “Golden” and “The (After) Life of the Party,” will find solace in the breakneck speed of  “You’re Crashing” and the hint of Bad Religion guitar grandiosity on  “Bang the Doldrums.”

Customer Reviews

once again, amazing.

I just recently bought this CD. Although, it has the same songs as the original Infinity On High album, it also came with 5 bonus tracks. Two of which are in studio recordings, and three live performances from a tour they were on in London. If you already own the original Infinity On High album... just purchase the 5 bonus songs that weren't originally on it. Otherwise, you would be buying songs that you already have. Hope this helps! :-)

Fall Out Boy More Than A Band...

Following their break-out 2005 album, From Under the Cork Tree, pop punkers Fall Out Boy (named after the Simpsons character) return with a mighty good rockin' gem of a fourth album, Infinity on High. Fall Out Boy's riff-filled-monster of a pop-punk opus comes straight from the emotional wellspring of lyrics provided by the group's bassist and essential frontman, Pete Wentz. Lead singer and guitarist Patrick Stump adds the requisite oomph to Wentz's words. Bursting out of the Chicago suburb of Wilmette Illinois, the band also includes Joe Trohman on lead guitar and Andy Hurley on drums. Opening with "Thriller," the band cuts right to the chase with its full on vocal/guitar assault. "The Take Over, The Breaks Over" has a real '80s retro flavor in its percussive nature. "Hum Hallelujah" uses the same retro-fuelled formula (think of Green Day). The pace of the album is unrelenting as "Bang the Doldrums" and "Fame < Infamy" continue to bring on the speed. The smash hit "This Ain't a Scene It's An Arms Race" is another anthem with attitude. "Golden" takes a more mellow approach in itskeyboard-laden melody. The band fuels-up on angst and revved-up riffs once again for "Thnks Fr Th Mmrs" and the pace is unrelenting as they unleash another power-rocker with "Don't You Know Who I Think I Am?" "The (After) Life Of The Party," bears shades of the dramatic and pretty moments of the blueprint alterna-sounds made by Morrissey and the Smiths. "The Carpal Tunnel of Love" with its clever wordplay uses a straight-ahead rock sound to get across its twisted vision of what love is (or isn't). "I'm Like A Lawyer With The Way I'm Always Trying To Get You Off (Me & You)" is a love song of sorts. "You're Crashing But You're No Wave" pretty much blows it all out as the album winds toward its first-class finish. Perhaps they've saved the best for last with the ambitious "I've Got All This Ringing In My Ears And None On My Fingers," which displays a more soulful side of the Boys. Could it be a taste of what we might expect from them in the future? Who knows, but after all the non-stop action ofInfinity on High Fall Out Boy might want to come down and take a rest! This Limited Deluxe Edition includes a Bonus CD featuring studio tracks and live tracks. Fall Out Boy traveled to Africa for the first time last month, and filmed a video with director Allen Ferguson in Uganda for their single,..."Me & You," in partnership with the non-profit organization Invisible Children. The organization is dedicated to curbing the problem of children forced to flee their homes nightly, to find shelter miles away in hospitals or bus parks, in order to escape being abducted and pressed into service as child soldiers in the rebel LRA (Lord's Resistance Army). "Fall Out Boy has become Invisible Children's model for bands that truly use their talent and resources to make a difference," said Jason Russell, co-founder and filmmaker of Invisible Children, the 2003 documentary that first exposed the problem. "Not only do they raise awareness about the war here in the States, but they have brought their sincere compassion full-circle by visiting Northern Uganda. Pete Wentz was the spark that started the fire, and now the entire band and thousands of their fans are becoming a part of the cause." This Fall campaign will be dedicated to creating awareness the video, and this incredible organization that the band has fully embraced

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Biography

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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