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Infinity On High by Fall Out Boy

Album

Infinity On High

Fall Out Boy

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Album

Infinity On High

Fall Out Boy

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Label: Island Records
With a title cribbed from a Van Gogh letter and a song produced by Babyface, Infinity on High suggests that Fall Out Boy are starting to take themselves seriously. They're not. Smartass lyrics and all-ages rock club riots are still the order of the day. Nothing here dethrones their pop-punk creative zenith, the 2005 smash "Sugar, We're Going Down," but "This Ain't a Scene, It's an Arms Race" -- with its clomping beat and call-and-response breakdown ("Sing until your lungs give out!") -- is a blast. The Boys could have managed a risk or two here, but play it safe instead.

About This Album

With a title cribbed from a Van Gogh letter and a song produced by Babyface, Infinity on High suggests that Fall Out Boy are starting to take themselves seriously. They're not. Smartass lyrics and all-ages rock club riots are still the order of the day. Nothing here dethrones their pop-punk creative zenith, the 2005 smash "Sugar, We're Going Down," but "This Ain't a Scene, It's an Arms Race" -- with its clomping beat and call-and-response breakdown ("Sing until your lungs give out!") -- is a blast. The Boys could have managed a risk or two here, but play it safe instead.

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About This Album

With a title cribbed from a Van Gogh letter and a song produced by Babyface, Infinity on High suggests that Fall Out Boy are starting to take themselves seriously. They're not. Smartass lyrics and all-ages rock club riots are still the order of the day. Nothing here dethrones their pop-punk creative zenith, the 2005 smash "Sugar, We're Going Down," but "This Ain't a Scene, It's an Arms Race" -- with its clomping beat and call-and-response breakdown ("Sing until your lungs give out!") -- is a blast. The Boys could have managed a risk or two here, but play it safe instead.