Fall Out Boy

Vinyl Records and Rare LPs:

American Beauty / American Psycho
Colored Vinyl - New - B0022549
Sealed, Out Of Print 2015 180gm Blue & White Swirl Vinyl Gatefold Original. Custom Hype Sticker On Shrink. more
Folie A Deux
Colored Vinyl - B00012196
Sealed 2008 2LP Colored Vinyl With Fold Out Poster. Excellent Luke Chueh Cover Art! One LP Pressed On Virgin Red And The Other On Virgin Orange Vinyl. “…..A Record That Doesn't Attempt To Re-Create The Sound But The Spirit Of 1967, When Rock Bands Would Try Anything On Their Lps, Especially If It Included Lots Of Orchestration. Strings Are Only One Of The Accoutrements On Folie À Deux. Fall Out Boy Pile Everything Onto Their Fifth Album: Cameos From Superstars And Running Mates, So Many That Lil Wayne And Debbie Harry Are Barely Heard; Thundering Arena Rock Rhythms And Ultra-Slick Hair Metal Riffs; Hints Of Soul And R&B; Synths Lifted From New Wave Singles And Retro Hits Alike…..” Stephen Thomas Erlewine, AMG. more
Folie À Deux
Used - LP - B0012196-01
2008 2LP Orange Vinyl With Poster. The Pop Punk Crazies Come Full Bore With A Cacophony Of Sounds, Guest Appearances And Styles That Over Drive Your Senses But Lends To A Second Listen. more
From Under The Cork Tree
New - LP - B0017782
Factory Sealed, Limited Edition 2012 2LP Gatefold. more
Infinity On High
New - LP - B0020152
Sealed, Limited Edition 2014 2LP Gatefold Pressed On 180gm Blue & White Splatter Vinyl. Pristine Copy. more
Mania
Used - LP - B0026844-01
2018 Black Vinyl Original. Come With Inner Sleeve And Lyric Sheet. more
So Much (For) Stardust
Colored Vinyl - New - 075678630699
Sealed 2023 Gatefold, Gold Coloured Vinyl Version. "With Their Eighth Studio Album, 2023's Ebullient So Much (For) Stardust, Fall Out Boy Fully Re-Embrace The Emo And Punk-Pop Dynamism Of Their Classic Work. It's A Soaring Style They've Been Threatening To Unleash Ever Since Returning To Regular Activity Following Their Hiatus After 2008's Folie A Deux. Although Their Subsequent Follow-Ups Like Save Rock And Roll, American Beauty/American Psycho, And Mania All Topped The Billboard 200, The Albums Often Felt Like The Band Were Working Hard To Stay Current, Throwing Their Songs Into A Production Blender Of Contemporary Pop, Hip-Hop, And EDM Sounds With Varying Degrees Of Success. Without Ever Sounding Too Much Like A Throwback, So Much (For) Stardust Has A Homecoming Feeling, As If Fall Out Boy Are Getting Back To Their Rock Roots. It's A Vibe That's Underlined By The Presence Of Producer Neal Avron, With Whom They Recorded The Core Of Their Most Beloved Albums, Including 2005's From Under The Cork Tree. From The Start, There's A Balance Of Measured Craftsmanship (They Purportedly Took Their Time In The Studio) And Big Melodic Hooks, All Effusively Delivered By Singer Patrick Stump. It's An Infectious Combination The Band Perfect On The Opening "Love From The Other Side," A Song Ostensibly About Dealing With (And Perhaps Being The Cause Of) A Bad Breakup. That Said, It Could Just As Easily Work As A Metaphor For The Group's Attempts At Transforming Their Sound Coming Off The Emo Highs Of The Early 2000s. Early In The Song, Stump Admits, "We Were A Hammer To The Statue Of David." There's A Bittersweet Nostalgia Implied By The Song, As If The Band Are Looking Back On Their Career And Taking Stock Of Where They (And By Proxy Their Fans) Find Themselves In A Post-emo, Post-Pandemic World. They Return To That Sentiment On "I Am My Own Muse," Where Stump, Bellowing Against A Symphonic String Bombast And Guitarist Joe Trohman's Fiery Riffs, Sings, "Smash All The Guitars 'Til We See All The Stars/oh, We've Got To Throw This Year Away Like A Bad Luck Charm." This Kind Of Bold Rock Affection Drives Much Of The Album, As On The '80s Aor Of "Heartbreak Feels So Good," The Queen-Meets-Michael Jackson Post-Punk Stomp Of "Hold Me Like A Grudge," And The Dreamy New Wave Romanticism Of "Fake Out." Adding To The Emotional Push Of The Record Are Several Unabashed Musical And Pop-Cultural References, Including The Earth, Wind & Fire Intimations Of "What A Time To Be Alive," The Don Henley "Boys Of Summer" Flourishes At The Center Of "The Kintsugi Kid (Ten Years)," And Even A Snippet Of Ethan Hawke's Soliloquy About The Meaning Of Life From Reality Bites In Which His Character Offers Up The Adage "It's All Just A Random Lottery Of Meaningless Tragedy In A Series Of Near Escapes." Whether That's How Fall Out Boy Feel About Their Career Or Not, So Much (For) Stardust Is A Gloriously Welcome Return To Form." AMG - Matt Collar. more

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