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Folie a Deux [VINYL]

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  • Vinyl (13 Jan. 2014)
  • Number of Discs: 2
  • Label: Import
  • ASIN: B001HRJG2S
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (72 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 6,382 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

Track Listings

Disc: 1

  1. Disloyal Order of Water Buffaloes
  2. I Don't Care
  3. She's My Winona
  4. America's Suitehearts
  5. Headfirst Slide Into Cooperstown on a Bad Bet
  6. (Shipped) Gold Standard
  7. (Coffee's for Closers)
  8. What a Catch, Donnie
  9. 27
  10. Tiffany Blews
  11. W.a.M.S.
  12. 20 Dollar Nose Bleed
  13. West Coast Smoker

Product Description

For their third major label release, Fall Out Boy return as twice-minted multi-platinum celebrities and deftly deliver what they came to: A huge rock album by a huge rock band. Having already lost any shred of punkdom that the '00s strand of emo ever had, the Illinois quartet seems unfettered by their chosen genre's boundaries and dive headlong into a loud stew of affecting power pop, glam, and classic rock hooks. The debut single, "I Don't Care," reimagines "Spirit in the Sky" as an anthem for the skinny-jeans-and-guyliner set with scathing bon mots like "I don't care what you think as long as it's about me" courtesy of bassist-lyricist Pete Wentz. Singer-guitarist Patrick Stimp adds newly soulful and loose vocal phrasing to his usual arsenal of open-throated choruses-with particular strength on cuts such as "Headfirst Slide Into Cooperstown on a Bad Bet" and "What a Catch, Donnie," a stringed power ballad that features guest appearances by Elvis Costello and Travis McCoy of the Gym Class Heroes. Also featuring guest appearances by Pharrell Williams and Debbie Harry, FOLIE A DEUX doesn't break the mold, but will remind everyone of why Fall Out Boy conquered the world in the first place.

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Format: Vinyl Verified Purchase
If your son's girlfriend likes Fall Out Boy a bit bendy and potentially scratchy then this is a bargain. I think I prefer digital myself although maybe some people would like both. I worked out the other day that I have bought eight copies of Harvest by Neil Young over the years when you factor in the original vinyl, cassettes, divorces, remasters and the rest so maybe that makes this a bargain. It is kind of pretty and nice to hold.
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So, after reading the fairly unhelpful (and biased) review above, from the BBC, I thought I would listen to some songs anyway. I immediately fell in love with 'I don't care' and 'America's Suiteharts' as well as 'She's my Winona'. I picked up a used copy for a couple of quid and boy was it good! I know it is a little different from some of their previous efforts but I thought it ties in 'Infinity from High' and 'Save Rock and Roll' beautifully. Long story short: if you like their new album (Save Rock & Roll) and you like some of their previous stuff their is no reason why you won't like this. Some of my favorite tracks are (the ones listed above) + What a Catch, Donnie, 20 Dollar Nose Bleed and Disloyal Order of Water Buffaloes. The whole album is perfect though.
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Sure some tracks are overproduced (e.g. Headfirst Slide into Cooperstown on a bad bet) but the main melody and lyrics complement each other well and are moving nevertheless. I can understand why fans disputed over this album because it is drastically different from the pop-punk feel in Infinity On High and more advanced in terms of complexity in comparison, however to say this is a bad album simply due to differing tastes in music is unjust. My personal favourite from this album is The (Shipped) Gold Standard. This album is by far my favourite album by Fall Out Boy so far, though I'd say American Beauty/American Psycho captures me in the same way lyrically as this record does.
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I bought this for my sister who is 16 years old. She's a big fan of Fall Out Boy and needed this CD in her very big CD Collection. She totally adores it and is listening to it at least twice a day. I havn't really heard the CD, but I did hear the song Tifanny Blews which is sooo cathy :)
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Being a fan of Fall out Boy, i have to say, when I bought this album, I didn't know what to expect. But after listening to the songs a few times, they became stuck in my head. This album is pure genius. The songs are catchy and are individualy awesome in their own ways. I can't think of a song on this album that I don't like! Buy this album, weather you are a Fall out Boy fan or not! you'll love it :)
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I can understand why so many people might not like this album as it is completely out of the norm when comparing it to FOB's edgy pop punk sound that was shown in their recent albums. I will admit that i was not a big fan of this album at first but when sitting down and having a good listen to it, i found it had very smart and witty lyrics with catchy guitar riffs and drum work. I am now obsessed with 'the Gold Standard' and 'W.A.M.S'. Overall, a very good album but in my opinion, not their best (From Under The Cork Tree is the star act for me)
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I have to admit that initially, I wasn't impressed. However, having listened to the odd song here and there (it's on my mp3 player and I listen to it on shuffle), I decided to give the whole album a listen - and I mean, a proper sit down and not do anything else listen.

I'm glad I did. It might not be what die hard fans of FOB were expecting and some do seem to dislike the change in direction however, on listening to the album a few times, I now have it on quite often. There is a lot of production on a couple of the songs (w.a.m.s being one) but I like it. I still can't catch every word that Stump sings and sometimes I have no idea what the hell the lyrics are supposed to mean, but for me, that is Fall Out Boy!

I think the fact that I have the songs stuck in my head hours later is also a good sign! 20 Dollar Nosebleed seems to be on repeat in my head quite a bit....

So, if you're going to buy this album, don't expect the Fall Out Boy of previous albums but don't knock them for trying something different!
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It would have been a serious mistake to try and reproduce the sounds of TTTYG and From Under the Cork Tree. No doubt, fans would have yelled "Sell outs!" if Fall Out Boy had decided to try and recreate their old glory. In Folie A Deux, they move forwards and progress. Infinity On High became cringe-worthy after the first few listens but there's something about Folie A Deux that sticks in the mind.

I don't like the opener, Disloyal Order of Water Buffaloes, very much but I certainly like the other tracks. Fall Out Boy experiment with different musical elements throughout Folie A Deux; from the strings in (Coffee's for Closers) to the numerous guest appearances and harmonies with Debbie Harry. The songs are catchy and fun. This is definitely not a "take me serously" album. There are flashes of the old Fall Out Boy via Pete's lyrics, but they all have an amusing spin on them. The music, as always, is impeccable and suits the lyrics very well.

My favourites are: Headfirst Slide Into Cooperstown On a Bad Bet and Tiffany Blews.

It's worth a listen to decide whether you like it or not. It's not From Under the Cork Tree #2, nor is it trying to chase mainstream audiences like Panic At The Disco's Pretty. Odd. did. Folie A Deux shows the polished, more mature Fall Out Boy. Although, admittedly, they clashed too many elements together, it works in a haphazard way. Good music, and not as ghastly as everyone makes it out to be.
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