Despite featuring gems from across their career such as "Grand Theft Autumn" the single that never was, and the climactic "Saturday", this album is nearly unlistenable. Sounding like a Fall Out Boy concert heard from the concession stand in the lobby, the band's punches and crescendos come out flat. Fall Out Boy's true strengths lie in the crisp harmonies between and punchy dynamic changes. 'Live In Phoenix' fails to capture the spontaneity, energy, and humor so apparent in the group's music videos, or the tight interplay of instruments and Patric Stump's soaring voice from their studio work. Pass on this pacifying between album moneymaker, and delve into their back catalog. More classics include studio versions of "Calm Before The Storm" and "Tell That Mick He Just Made My List Of Things To Do Today".