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Infinity On High

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Fall Out Boy, the most exciting rock breakthrough act of 2006, return with their much anticipated new album 'Infinity On High', the follow up to the platinum selling 'From Under The Cork Tree' album, which spawned 2 Top 10 smashes the massive 'Sugar We're Goin' Down' and the amazing follow up 'Dance, Dance'. 'Infinity On High', once more produced by long term collaborator Neal Avron and, on 2 tracks, hip-hop and r'n'b production legend Baby Face, is pre-ceded by the (soon to be) huge hit single 'This Ain't A Scene, It's An Arms Race'.

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After the success of From Under the Cork Tree, Fall Out Boy earned the right to indulge their whims. Fortunately, their instincts tend to serve them well (not counting those infamous cell-phone photos). On their most adventurous album, Def Jam prez Jay-Z introduces "Thriller," while Kenneth "Babyface" Edmonds produces groove-heavy hit "This Ain't a Scene, It's an Arms Race" and "Thnks fr th Mmrs." A few new flourishes aside, however, like guitarist Joe Trohman's Metallica moves on "Thriller," the Chicago-bred band remains true to their punk-pop roots, even if vocalist Patrick Stump sounds like Mr. Sexyback on "This Ain't a Scene" and "I'm like a Lawyer with the Way I'm Always Trying to Get You Off (Me + You)." You can thank bass player/songwriter Pete Wentz for the unwieldy song titles. As he explains in "Fame < Infamy," "I am God's gift / Why would he bless me with such wit without a conscience." Whether spicing up their recipe with R&B swagger or playing it straight, FOB are at their best when they crank up the volume. Hence, the piano-based "Golden" is the weakest track on an otherwise solid outing. Hey, maybe they just wanted to see what a stadium looks like bathed in the glow of a thousand lighters. Taking its title from a letter Vincent Van Gogh sent to his brother Theo ("Be clearly aware of the stars and infinity on high"), Fall Out Boy's fourth seems likely to follow its predecessor into the platinum stratosphere. --Kathleen C. Fennessy
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  • Audio CD (February 6, 2007)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Island Records
  • ASIN: B000LC4ZIK
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (222 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #941 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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I got this Cd the day it came put, patiently waited to put in the Cd player at home (since my car doesn't have one), and was completely blown away. The Intro by Jay-Z followed by the brutal chugging, double bass drum riff caught me completely off guard. It baffles me that people say the Fall Out Boy sold out. THis album is the opposite of selling out, If they really wanted to sell records they could have just recorded another F.U.C.T. and would have sold just as well, it's clear to me that these guys want to be hear for the long haul, which is why they keep tweaking and experimenting with their sound. I'll admit that I didn't like all the songs right away, but that's the thing with music it grows on you. IF you play the cd first time and expect to love it then don't be suprised if your dissappointed. They got rid of their sugar-poppyt choruses and replaced them with substance, it may take you a while to really get into it, but if you give this Cd a chance you will love it, I've listened to it 6 times in aproximatly 24 hours and each time I like it a little more.
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Ok, lot's of the the reviewers on here are saying that you should just download the singles, but DON'T!!! Get the whole thing! Every song on the album basically IS a single! They all are catchy, and they all will get stuck in your head! They keep getting better and better with every album! But I will tell you this.... If you do buy it, listen to it at least four times before you give your final judgement. And just TRY not to like it! It's impossible!
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Alot of bands blow it following a breakthru cd,These guys didn't.Really good cd with some great songs.A real musical growth.Track 4 ....(Me and you)will be huge.

Great job!
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Studio album number four from FOB is an easy-on-the-ears collection of pop punk/rock tracks sure to please any fan of popular music. Devoid of filler material, the tracks change rhythms and tempo effectively to keep it interesting, showcasing the smooth vocals and clever lyrics of Patrick Stump and Pete Wentz.

The album opens with a spoken intro by Jay-Z on the song "Thriller", which has a catchy chorus and some nice drum work by Andrew Hurley, said drumming prowess continuing into the second track "The Take Over, The Break's Over". Next comes the BIG single and my favorite track, the anthemic "This Ain't a Scene, It's an Arms Race", produced by Babyface. The other singles are "The Carpal Tunnel of Love" and "Thnks fr th Mmrs" (also produced by Babyface).

Another great track is "I'm Like a Lawyer with the Way I'm Always Trying to Get You Off (Me + You)" (which sounds a little like Oasis' Champagne Supernova); and then there's "Hum Hallelujah" and the ballads "Golden" and "The (After) Life Of The Party".

A well put together album, and sure to be a hit with fans of popular music and radio deejays everywhere.

Amanda Richards, April 21, 2007
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I bought this CD based on the tracks that had significant air play, "This Ain't A Scene, It's An Arms Race" and "Thnks Fr Th Mmrs." After listening to this CD for a couple weeks now, it's become one of those few I really want to play every day. Usually, new CDs I really like get played a few times the first week then only get played every few weeks after that.

Just about any of the tracks on Infinity on High could have been singles; it's a shame that more of them didn't make on the air. What's interesting about them is the differences between them. They are all Fall Out Boy tunes to be sure, but each has different arrangements and instruments - even more so than their other releases. There's just an amazing range here. It's definitely not fourteen tracks of the same stuff using different cords. After buying this one and worried I must have missed some great music, I went back and got the releases I was missing. Most people tout the debut album, which was very good, but I've got to say, this one's my favorite of them all.
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A Kid's Review on June 12, 2007
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Fall Out Boy is back with a new album, Infinity On High. This is the third album of Fall Out Boy. The previous two were From Under The Cork Tree, released in 2005, and Take This To Your Grave, released in 2003. Right now, the most popular track is This Ain't A Scene, It's An Arms Race. Also, another popular track is Thanks For The Memories, but on the album it is abbreviated, being spelled, Thks For The Mmrs.

This album is the best one yet. Their albums just keep getting better and better. Infinity On High is a brand new sound of Fall Out Boy to the world.

I recommend this to people who like Fall Out Boy or alternative rock music. This is nothing like the first two. It is so much better! It's the talk of music. So what are you waiting for? Buy this CD and you won't regret it.
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The follow-up to Fall Out Boy's breakout "From Under the Cork Tree" finds them infused with a new-found confidence and an arena rock cockiness. Fortunately for them, they manage to aim for the Stadium Nose-Bleed seats and succeed. From the opening braggadocio of their label Prez Jay-Z to the funky beats that undercoat "I'm Like A Lawyer..." (produced by none other than Babyface Edmonds) to quoting Leonard Cohen in "Hum Hallelujah," Pete Wentz shows he and his mates have no intention of playing it passive.

They also come up with hooks a-plenty. The slapping drum and bass that kicks "The Take Over The Breaks Over" is irresistible. The hit "This Ain't A Scene It's An Arms Race" will have you football cheering and stamping your feet in no time flat. There are so many memorable moments on this CD that pointing them out is beyond the point...they just craft themselves elegantly into each song. The Choir in "You're Breaking But You're No Wave" is probably my personal favorite.

Be that as it may, there are times when the band teeters close to smart-aleky. Especially the unwieldy song titles and frequent self-referencing. There is a touch of the clever-clever here that makes me wonder if the band can transcend "being poster boys for the scene" (as they sing in "Thriller") in the way My Chemical Romance did on "The Black Parade." But for the 14 catchy rocking tunes on "Infinity On High," Fall Out Boy show that they are hungry for more.

Besides, any band that can work both The Simpsons and Vincent VanGogh into their overall view is OK by me.
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