Fall Out Boy - Infinity on High CD £3.99 + Free Delivery/Quidco/5% Voucher Code @ Play
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Fall Out Boy - Infinity on High CD £3.99 + Free Delivery/Quidco/5% Voucher Code @ Play

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Found 11th May 2009Made hot 11th May 2009
The most exciting rock breakthrough act of 2006 return with their much anticipated new album. Infinity On High is the third follow up to the platinum selling From Under The Cork Tree that spawned 2 Top 10 smashes - the massive Sugar We're Goin' Down and the amazing follow up Dance, Dance.
Thriller
'The Take Over, The Breaks Over'
This Ain't A Scene, It's an Arms Race
I' Like A Lawyer With The Way I'm Always Trying To Get You Off (Me & You)
Hum Hallelujah
Golden
Thnks fr th Mmrs
Don't You Know Who I Think I Am?
The (After) Life Of The Party
The Carpal Tunnel Of Love
Bang The Doldrums
Fame You're Crashing, But You're No Wave
I've Got All This Ringing In My Ears And None On My Fingers
G.I.N.A.S.F.S

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This is a really good album, I love Fallout Boy - I should have waited to buy it though as I paid more than £3.99!! Lol! Heat added.

Did these guys do that Ar$e Face tune?

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A much better deal. Their first full length from 2003 when they were still a pop-punk band. STILL my favourite CD of all time - much better than any of the middle of the road stuff they've released since.

there new album is exactly the same price :thumbsup:


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They haven't put a foot wrong. Top act and have had the quality to try different styles, carry it off and still have the 'Fall Out Boy' sound.

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They haven't put a foot wrong. Top act and have had the quality to try … They haven't put a foot wrong. Top act and have had the quality to try different styles, carry it off and still have the 'Fall Out Boy' sound.



I beg to differ. When I first heard 'Dance Dance' I cried inside. I'll paint the picture:

Imagine you're a die-hard Beatles fan. It's 1969 and you've listened to Sgt. Pepper every day since its release. Then you obtain a leak of a track off their new CD 'Abbey Road'. Only rather than 'Let It Be', it's the Beatles playing the Cheeky Song by the Cheeky Girls.

Yeah, it's a change, and it's popular, but my god, it sure ain't the Beatles.

Where was I? Oh yeah. Fall Out Boy saved my love for pop-punk, and then shattered my dreams by changing their sound to sell records. I guess Wentz always said they set out to make a pop band, but it hurts my soul :cry:

I know what you mean but they do still have their own sound, although Green Day did the same thing. So i get your point.
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