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Save Rock And Roll

Fall Out Boy

Save Rock And Roll

Reviews

  • Currently 4.5/5 Stars.

Type: Album

Sampling: 44,1 kHz

Source: CD

Tracks: 11

Language: English

Total size: 95.48 Mb

Year: 2013

Total price: $1.32


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04:05
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03:23
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04:03
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04:05
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03:33
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03:31
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03:47
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04:03
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11
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04:41
10.73 Mb


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To use an already overused saying, "These guys are like a fine wine, they just keep getting better with time." It's amazing to see how they have been able to stay relevant with the times and continue to produce fantastic music that is as enjoyable, if not more enjoyable than their older stuff. This album is great. A nice mix of the expected stadium anthem songs with some slower more soft songs as well, overall making for a great listening experience for anyone who likes music. If you have never heard of Fall Out Boy before, this is as good an album as any to get on board!

My favorites off the album are: "My Songs Know What You Did In The Dark", "Phoenix", "Alone Together", and "Save Rock and Roll".

A great entry into the Fall Out Boy album list, and certainly an album you will not be dissapointed with. I say buy it, because you will not regret this purchase, and you will be jamming the awesome songs on this album all day!
After 4 brilliant albums and a 4 year hiatus, Fall Out Boy came back with a completely fresh and different take on their pop-oriented punk music. They have always been ambitious, but they've returned with an album in which every track is a stadium sing-along anthem. "Save Rock and Roll" brings big hooks to some of the finest pop and rock that they've ever written starting with the declaration of rebirth with "The Phoenix"--boasting the most powerful and confident chorus lead singer Patrick Stump has ever sung. The next track "My Songs Know What You Did In The Dark" was deservedly the lead single and was also a smash hit. The next tunes "Alone Together" and "Where Did The Party Go?" are two of the most dance-ready and fun songs Fall Out Boy have recorded and they keep the momentum going into the middle of the album which features slower and prettier songs like "Just One Yesterday" and "Miss Missing You" up to the Fun. sounding playful campfire song "Young Volcanoes". "Rat A Tat" proves FOB can still write punk songs, but the album ends with the massive and nostalgic "Save Rock and Roll" featuring none other than Elton John. "Save Rock and Roll" is a genius album that will appeal to fans of all kinds of music. It's the rare return that succeeds because the band clearly loves what they do and still had great music to make. Check it out!

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