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About this product
- Artist:Fall Out Boy
- Release Year:2003
- Record Label:Fueled by Ramen Records
- Genre:Rock & Pop
- Playing Time:39 min.
- Producer:Sean O'Keefe
- Distributor:Alternative Dis. Alliance
- Recording Type:Studio
- Recording Mode:Stereo
- SPAR Code:n/a
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- jangem527 Jul, 2008by
Take This to Your Grave
Take This to Your Grave by Fall Out Boy was their best album yet. It's old and a little more hard sounding than their newer records, but you can tell they still kept the same old Fall Out Boy sound. Many people got mad at the band for 'changing their sound and selling out' when they came out with Infinity On High. I disagree but I see where they are coming from, going from TTTYR to IOH is a long ways to go, but no matter what the music they made in years past is still existing and i think people will still listen to it and treasure the past forever.
- dundoy15 Dec, 2005by
FOB? We all know them now!..
I was one of those guys who found out about Fall out boy late when i picked up the sophomore release of under the cork tree.. and i loved that album to only find out that it wasnt their first cd but there second.. so i picked up take this to your grave.. and i automatically loved it.. in my opinion it is so much more better.. and more therou.. than the newer release.. With the bands own sense of originality within their titles.. the opening track "tell that mick he just made my list of things to do today" gives a sense of what their sound is like.. fast.. loud.. and hard.. for two senses of the word.. noting that one they sure do rock hard.. and two those lyrics sure do hurt and very much are hard.. but yes it is so fun to sing along with.. "Grand Theft Autumn" a notable single by my standards really put down the bands sense of the 'if i were him theory' the music is still hard enough in the bands attempt at sincereity with relationships.. if you guys are lucky enough to pick up the directors cut youd be happy to know the "Grand theft Autumn" remix has everything the original has but now you could dance to it.. and no i dont mean skat.. two things that are notable in the album is that one thing truthful to the group is the friends they meet and the ones that never left in "Grenade Jumper" and my personal favorite "Homesick at space camp" In my own opinion every great band regardless of genre of sound should have that drinking song.. that song that should be the last track to any trip.. the one that says goodbye on a good note.. that song to me is "Homesick at space camp".. Overall i think the album is a complete classic.. make a copy if you got to cause you definately do not want to scratch up this disc!.. The band brought Punk back into the streams of airwaves.. that rock as hard as rufio with as much energy to make you feel hyper without the sugar.. and make you go crazy without a drop of alcohol!.. These boys from chicago represent with heart and sound and should be a band to rock with for years to come!.. Take this to your grave = *****!.. TriElements Earstothestreets.com Read full review
- liveforthelord24 Feb, 2009by
One of the best CD's Ever
Fall Out Boy is a great band. Their lead singer/rythem guitarist Patrick Stump has an amazing voice. He also writes the music, which is wonderful. The lyrics written by bassist Pete Wentz, are very real and beautiful. This CD is great and I would recommend it to anyone.
- slickshoes323408 Jun, 2006by
Tasteless! But, the kids love it
I think that Fall Out Boy is a horrible pop band, and this music is unbelieveably shallow. If you looked around in the world of music you could find hundreds of bands that are better than this. If good music ruled the world instead of money, Fall Out Boy would be on welfare. Listen to Silent Majority. Listen to Amber Pacific. Listen to Millencollin. Listen to On The AM. Listen to The Cars! Don't listen to Fall Out Boy.
- sportsandrock27 Mar, 2006by
Fall Out Boy Take This To Your Grave
I found out about Fall Out Boy when I saw them open for Catch 22 in 2003 before anyone even knew who they were. I picked up this CD at their show and I got hooked on it right away. It is definitely way better than their sophmore release. It is more Rock than their 2nd CD which is more Pop. I highly Recommended picking up Take this to Your Grave.