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Here’s Why It’s Okay To Think That Fall Out Boy Song Isn’t All That Great

This James Shotwell-opposing diss track began as a joke and gradually got a little heated. I was heckling him about his swooning over Fall Out Boy’s newly-released “Fourth Of July.” He gave me the title and suggested I write an anti-piece based on things I said. So here I am, probably more scathing and critical (and nonsensical) than I truly intend to be. Regardless, shots fired.

I’m not opposed to change. At all. In fact, I encourage and often embrace it. For the sake of this article, in terms of music, I’ll throw out recent examples like Pianos Become The …

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Fall Out Boy Recreate ‘Take This To Your Grave’ Album Artwork

Pop punk outfit Fall Out Boy were spotted recreating their notable Take This To Your Grave album artwork today in the same place the picture was captured. No one knows exactly why or for what purpose this was done. We do in fact know that a video was shot.

Check out the photo of FOB posing for the camera after the jump and give Under The Gun Review your best guess at what could be happening!


Fall Out Boy Performance Of “Saturday” From 2002

Remember that time Fall Out Boy got back together and everyone rejoiced? That is currently happening.

Earlier this morning a video was put on the internet of Fall Out Boy, from 2002, performing their live rendition of the single “Saturday.” The video was shot at the Showplace Theatre in Buffalo NY in February 2002 and finds a smaller version of the superstars we know today playing their hearts out.

View this older performance from the guys in FOB and keep you eyes peeled to Under The Gun for more news and goodies.


LIVE VIDEO: Fall Out Boy – Live at the Metro 2003; Full Set Posted

“Hey Chris, you were our only friend. And I know this is belated, we love you back.” – Fall Out Boy; “Grenade Jumper”

A week ago, the subject of this Fall Out Boy classic, Christopher Gutierrez, posted some video of Fall Out Boy (and Arma Angelus) from 2002 and 2003. The first was recorded before Take This To Your Grave was released and the second was taped just after the release.

Each recording was truncated to just a few songs, but today we can watch the band’s entire set from The Metro in Chicago, almost ten years ago. …

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MUSIC HISTORY CLASS: From Under the Cork Tree

On this day in 2005, emo pop-punk outfit, Fall Out Boy, released either their sophomore record or their third record (depending on your view of 2003’s Evening Out with Your Girlfriend), From Under the Cork Tree. The record was Fall Out Boy’s mainstream breakthrough, thanks to the massive hits “Sugar, We’re Going Down” and “Dance Dance.” The former peaked at number eight and the latter at number nine on the charts. From Under the Cork Tree would go on to sell three million copies worldwide and is certified double-platinum.

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Panic! At The Disco reveal their top 5 releases from FBR

Brendon Urie and Spencer Smith of Panic! At The Disco have revealed their top 5 releases from their record label, Fueled By Ramen.

Bands on Fueled By Ramen have revealed their top albums on the label for FBR’s 15th anniversary. They actually have a 15th anniversary book for fans to look back on the years, and it can be pre-ordered here.

Panic!’s top 5 releases from Fueled By Ramen are:
1. Fall Out Boy – Take This To Your Grave
2. The Academy Is… – Almost Here
3. Phantom Planet – Raise The Dead
4. Forgive Durden – Wonderland