Editors' Notes On their first proper studio album, Fall Out Boy set the bar against which all future '00s emo would be measured. Anchored by Patrick Stump's golden-throated yelps, the record draws on chugging pop-punk ("Dead on Arrival"), hook-fuelled hardcore (“Saturday”), and '90s Midwest emo ("Chicago Is So Two Years Ago"), with Pete Wentz’s unclean vocals giving the whole thing a reckless, cathartic edge. Top it off with inventive, vivid lyrics about suburban ennui, crippling heartbreak, and poisonous relationships, and the results are momentous.

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Tell That Mick He Just Made My List of Things To Do Today (Album Version)
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3:30
 
Dead On Arrival (Album Version)
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3:14
 
Grand Theft Autumn/Where Is Your Boy (Album Version)
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3:11
 
Saturday (Album Version)
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3:36
 
Homesick At Space Camp (Album Version)
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3:08
 
Sending Postcards From a Plane Crash (Wish You Were Here) (Album Version)
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2:56
 
Chicago Is So Two Years Ago (Album Version)
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3:19
 
The Pros and Cons of Breathing (Album Version)
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3:21
 
Grenade Jumper (Album Version)
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2:58
 
Calm Before the Storm (Album Version)
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4:27
 
Reinventing the Wheel To Run Myself Over (Album Version)
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2:21
 
The Patron Saint of Liars and Fakes (Album Version)
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3:19
 

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