Fall Out Boy - Take This To Your Grave
Now when it comes to Fall Out Boy, I'm not a huge fan of what they have become. But back in 2003 when they released Take This To Your Grave, I was a big a fan as any. I was extremely fascinated by the catchy chorus' and the brilliant musicianship. Songs such as Grand Theft Autumn, Saturday, and Chicago Is So Two Years Ago are songs that would catch my attention more than the others. Patrick Stump is a very talented individual with a great voice along with being a great musician. The lyrics are so catchy, it's easy to see how this album became such a great success for them. I believe that Take This To Your Grave set forth the motion of the pop-punk genre. The examples are set in stone with the songs such as Saturday and Dead on Arrival.
Whether you like or do not like what Fall Out Boy have become now, they did have their heads on the right path at one time. I believe that their full potential was reached with Take This To Your Grave. Sure, it didn't pull in as much money as From Under The Cork Tree or Infinity On High, but thats just because these songs have more meaning to them. Maybe it was too far ahead of it's time for people to completely understand the meaning behind the music. Either way, Fall Out Boy's Take This To Your Grave album deserves a listen, whether you're a fan or not.
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