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Awsome!

I think that this music video is awsome. it's not their best music video but it's awsome. The monkeys just crack me up. The beginning part of the video sees Patrick whispering to Pete "Are you sure about this?", which prompts Pete to respond 'This guy's a f*%#ing visionary.' The band begins playing the song on a stage, and before Patrick can get a word out, an unknown voice yells cut! It's the director who is, in fact, a monkey. He walks up to the band and says "You guys are a joke. I should've gotten Panic! at the Disco!" He sits back down and allows the band to keep playing. They play the opening parts of the song and then it shifts to backstage, showing the crew of monkeys outsmarting and getting the best of the band. In one scene a monkey is playing Andy's drums and he tries to take his drum sticks back but Charlie, the band's security manager, comes in and drags Andy away. Patrick playing a game of chess with another monkey and starts out confident, but getting more and more frustrated as the monkey wins the game. It swaps back and forth between the stage performance (with the director showing them how to do cool moves, properly) and backstage. Pete ends up spraying some TAG body spray on himself and a pair of monkey hands come up around him... proving that even monkeys can't resist product placement. Eventually, Pete has a kissing scene with actress Kim Kardashian. He leans in to kiss her and the director yells cut, and scolds him for not attempting to kiss her "right". The monkey proceeds to show Pete the proper way, but Pete walks off, insulted. Pete ends up packing bags to leave, but the actress walks in and kisses Pete. The director is spying on them with a devilish look on his face. (This was an obvious plot to get Pete to stay.) The band, getting frustrated with the monkeys, continue to play the song on stage. Pete whirls around on stage with his bass, which prompts the director to yell "Primadonna! Stick to the choreography!" and then "Pete! You idiot!" The director leans next to Kim Kardashian and begins stroking her hair. Pete snaps and destroys the set, which prompts the monkeys to run around everywhere in a panic. The closing scene of the video is Pete smashing his bass into the giant B in F.O.B. and knocking it over.

Not Fair

This video is effing awesome but all these places are ripping people off. Fall Out Boy went to a lot of trouble to put their video out on their site for people to download for FREE. They wanted their fans to be able to put the video on their ipod or whatever without having to pay two dollars. I know that's not a lot but I find it very wrong for everyone to try and sell the video like that after all the trouble the band went through just for their fans. That's how great Fall Out Boy is. Anways the video is really great. I downloaded it legally from the official Fall Out Boy website for free however.

FOB goes Bananas!!

Lol this is a very funny music video featuring lots of monkeys, bananas, and lots of Wentz... Anyway this is sooo worth the $1.99! Lots of laughs, and fun for everyone- TURN TO THE MONKEYS!! All we need now is the Carpal Tunnel of Love music video-that's funny (yet gory)

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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