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M A  N   I    A by Fall Out Boy

Song

Hold Me Tight Or Don’T

Fall Out Boy

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Song

Hold Me Tight Or Don’T

Fall Out Boy

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Released:
Label: Island Records
Fall Out Boy was one of the first 21st-century bands to completely erase the lines between punk and R&B, emo and electronic music. It's a post-everything sensibility that has only grown more over the top and unpredictable with time. This is especially true of M A N I A, a big, crackling, electric record that buzzes with EDM-infused arena anthems crossing AWOLNATION with Queen ("Young and Menace"), slickly churning dance rock tricked out with blue-eyed soul moves ("The Last of the Real Ones"), heart-pounding R&B ballads ("Heaven's Gate") and even a splash of reggae ("Sunshine Riptide"). But despite all their radical genre subversion and cross-pollination, the album flows seamlessly thanks to Fall Out Boy's sassy, rock 'n' roll attitude, which permeates every last note, lick and chorus.

About This Album

Fall Out Boy was one of the first 21st-century bands to completely erase the lines between punk and R&B, emo and electronic music. It's a post-everything sensibility that has only grown more over the top and unpredictable with time. This is especially true of M A N I A, a big, crackling, electric record that buzzes with EDM-infused arena anthems crossing AWOLNATION with Queen ("Young and Menace"), slickly churning dance rock tricked out with blue-eyed soul moves ("The Last of the Real Ones"), heart-pounding R&B ballads ("Heaven's Gate") and even a splash of reggae ("Sunshine Riptide"). But despite all their radical genre subversion and cross-pollination, the album flows seamlessly thanks to Fall Out Boy's sassy, rock 'n' roll attitude, which permeates every last note, lick and chorus.

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About This Album

Fall Out Boy was one of the first 21st-century bands to completely erase the lines between punk and R&B, emo and electronic music. It's a post-everything sensibility that has only grown more over the top and unpredictable with time. This is especially true of M A N I A, a big, crackling, electric record that buzzes with EDM-infused arena anthems crossing AWOLNATION with Queen ("Young and Menace"), slickly churning dance rock tricked out with blue-eyed soul moves ("The Last of the Real Ones"), heart-pounding R&B ballads ("Heaven's Gate") and even a splash of reggae ("Sunshine Riptide"). But despite all their radical genre subversion and cross-pollination, the album flows seamlessly thanks to Fall Out Boy's sassy, rock 'n' roll attitude, which permeates every last note, lick and chorus.