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  • Audio CD (17 Oct. 2011)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: CD
  • Label: Mercury
  • ASIN: B005JLN9Q2
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  Vinyl  |  MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (19 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 26,737 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. Explode
2. This City
3. Dance Miserable
4. Spotlight (New Regrets)
5. The "I" In Lie
6. Run Dry (X Heart X Fingers)
7. Greed
8. Everybody Wants Somebody
9. Allie
10. Coast (It's Gonna Get Better)
11. This City - Patrick Stump, Lupe Fiasco

Product Description

Soul Punk is the debut solo studio album by American singer and songwriter Patrick Stump, the lead vocalist, guitarist and composer of Fall Out Boy. The album truly a solo effort with Stump performing, composing the music, writing the lyrics, playing over ten instruments and producing the album. The album featureas the songs "Explode" and "This City".

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20 of 20 people found the following review helpful By B. Neville on 17 Oct. 2011
Format: Audio CD
First of all this album is a great piece of music.

Many will know Patrick as the lead singer and guitarist of the band Fall Out Boy and if they expect to hear the same emo tinged rock here they will be in for a shock. With influences ranging from Prince and Michael Jackson to more modern R&B, and a Bluesy yet Electronic tone throughout, Patrick Stump takes his music in a completely new direction. To those who have not heard of him before you are in for a pleasant surprise.

Every song is worth listening to, with them all being different enough to enjoy yet still remain a coherent body when listened to together. The lyrics are full of meaning and his vocal range is incredible.

Finally the most impressive thing comes on the last page of the lyrics book that comes with the album - "All instruments performed, every song sung, every string plucked and every key struck by Patrick Vaughn Stump". If that is not worth giving a new musician a chance, I don't know what else would be...
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Stella Carrier on 19 Oct. 2011
Format: Audio CD
This new cd by Patrick Stump is contains a mix of songs that carefully craft the elements of rock and electronica. My overall favorite song on this cd is currently Coast (It's Gonna Get Better). This song appears to be a therapeutic message of staying self-confident regardless of what emerges in life. For me, getting this collection consolation because of the fact that his concert was already sold out in my area by the time I decided to try to get a ticket. I would highly recommend this cd for anyone that enjoys hearing his vocals and/or songs of the rock/electronica music genre.
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Again, another terribly underrated album that received a lot of unnecessary criticism...Some say the tracks are overproduced, though I would argue that not only does this demonstrate Stump's talent (<--I'm quite the typical FOB fan but Patrick deserves a lot of respect of his solo work), but more importantly it ties in and adds on to the raw emotion of the song, which is difficult for any musician to do via the voice, let alone any hand-played instruments. I can understand why fans disputed over this album because it is drastically different from his music with his band, however to say that one hates the album simply because they dislike the R&B, pop (and obviously soul) inspired sound is simply ridiculous and disregards all the heart put into producing this pure work of art. People should embrace artists that are willing to explore and develop on various musical genres because this album introduced me to genres that I feel reluctant to encounter and yet this is my favourite record and I listen to it daily along with my pop punk fetishes (I also listened to a lot of jazz-Crosby, Sinatra, Garland, you name it- as a kid and currently tend towards alternative rock). All my respect goes to Patrick Stump and his hard work, I would look forward and definitely recommend to purchase this record, it's a pure work of art (as I have already mentioned) that undoubtedly deserves to be recognised.

Perhaps if one is to take anything away from this review of mine (since TL;DR you probably can't be bothered to read it all): The most captivating thing about this record is how captivating and true it is, you will believe every word and every emotion expressed in this record. If you're not astounded by it I will be more than surprised and if you hate it, not a problem but I will be very personally offended because it (and Patrick Stump) deserves every penny and praise that equals the amount of work put into this record.
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Format: Vinyl
I've been listening to Fall Out Boy on and off for years, so when I found out Patrick Stump had made an album I hadn't heard about, I was really excited.
When I first heard this album, I was disappointed. I wanted to like it and I just couldn't seem to enjoy it. A few weeks later I heard the first track, Explode again somewhere, and I loved it. I honestly didn't recognise it from when I'd played it before, so I ran to look it up only to realise I'd heard it already.

I listened to the rest of the album again to see if there were any more similarly awesome tracks and it was full of them from start to finish, it's honestly one of my favourite albums that I've ever heard.
The trick to enjoying it is to forgive it for not being another Fall Out Boy album.
It isn't, and it's fantastic. It's funky, you can hear all the best of Prince in it, you can hear Patrick Stump's voice and style and in terms of both lyrics and composition, the songs are impressive both as songs and as pieces of art.

He played all of the instruments on the album, even if they could just as easily be done electronically and honestly his labour of love was worth it. I'm sure he's not the kind of guy to say anything of the sort about his own work, but it is perfect. If I were a musician and I could make only one album in my life, I'd want it to be as gorgeous an experience as this is.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Lydia on 25 Mar. 2013
Format: Audio CD Verified Purchase
I'm so glad to finally have a hard copy of this, especially of the deluxe edition as one of my favourite songs (Bad Side of 25) is only on this version.

I absolutely love Patrick's solo sound, everything from the lyrics to vocals to the music itself is brilliant, especially when you consider that he did all of it himself.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Lauren Howat on 29 Oct. 2013
Format: Audio CD Verified Purchase
A lot of people said this album wasn't very good but I totally disagree! It's the best CD I've bought in a long time! Very refreshing and different! The deluxe edition is a must, it has a few bonus tracks that all amazing! :)
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