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Eastwinn thread

It is a quiz.

'Infinity On High' / 'Folie à Deux' Era

These two albums, released one year after the other, marked an interesting time in Fall Out Boy's career. They'd just made their major label/mainstream debut with 'From Under the Cork Tree' and were eager to sustain that fame without falling under the pressures of big business. FOB were able to secure total creative control, an impressive feat that leaves weaker bands in the dust. If this is your answer, you're probably a strong-willed person, someone creative who knows how to hold their own. A true individual!


Infinity On High is my favourite FOB album so I guess that makes sense but I don't like Folie

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#3
"You walk into a party of strangers. What's your first move?

Grab a guitar and start jamming, you're the life of this bad boy afterall"

jfc

'From Under the Cork Tree' Era

'From Under the Cork Tree' is an important record in Fall Out Boy's career the same way 'Three Cheers for Sweet Revenge' broke My Chemical Romance: It was the album that defined their sound, for a moment, and separated them from the rest of the young rock bands at the time. FUTCT boasts of "Sugar, We're Goin' Down" and "Dance, Dance," FOB's first radio tunes. If this is your answer, you're an intelligent youngin' and the world is your oyster! You're super talented and people are starting to learn that about you. Just don't let it go to your head, buddy!
dirtbag ballet by the bins down the alley
as i walk through the chalet of the shadow of death
everything that you've come to expect


#4


'From Under the Cork Tree' Era

'From Under the Cork Tree' is an important record in Fall Out Boy's career the same way 'Three Cheers for Sweet Revenge' broke My Chemical Romance: It was the album that defined their sound, for a moment, and separated them from the rest of the young rock bands at the time. FUTCT boasts of "Sugar, We're Goin' Down" and "Dance, Dance," FOB's first radio tunes. If this is your answer, you're an intelligent youngin' and the world is your oyster! You're super talented and people are starting to learn that about you. Just don't let it go to your head, buddy!



Sounds about right.

Super cringey thread Lyle btw.
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#5
Someone has to keep the Pit alive with awful threads

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#6
'Take This to Your Grave' Era

'Take This to Your Grave' is Fall Out Boy's first official full-length. It was their transition from being guys in a living room to...guys in a living room with a real record. It's also the release that gave the world "Saturdays" and "Grand Theft Autumn," FOB's first truly great songs. It was a time of ultimate potential. If this is your answer, chances are you're a smart cookie, looking to find your way in this world. You're open to experimentation. You believe in yourself more than you used to. You're sitting pretty and comforting to be around. Good for you!


i also love eating ass!




#7
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I'll give you that.
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#8
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Someone has to keep the Pit alive with awful threads

Bring back hbk4894 then.
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#10
'What clothing item can you not live without?'

Stopped there and I won't be trying again
A poem.
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no girl, movember isnt for you. shave your stache pls

I can out-bore you any day
#11
The only thing I know about this bird shit band, is sugar were going (pity), pete wentz dating punk rocker avril, and seeing and remembering this where the drummer pulled off "Future Breed Machine"s breakdown - Meshuggah briefly

http://youtu.be/jO0lCSEoUtg
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#12
I got stuck on question 2 because I only know one of the songs.
#14
I got

From Under the Cork Tree' is an important record in Fall Out Boy's career the same way 'Three Cheers for Sweet Revenge' broke My Chemical Romance: It was the album that defined their sound, for a moment, and separated them from the rest of the young rock bands at the time. FUTCT boasts of "Sugar, We're Goin' Down" and "Dance, Dance," FOB's first radio tunes. If this is your answer, you're an intelligent youngin' and the world is your oyster! You're super talented and people are starting to learn that about you. Just don't let it go to your head, buddy!



I actually love taking quizzes thank you for making this thread

I stopped listening to fall out boy after infinity on high. Not on purpose, I was just more into other music. Sugar we're goin down is like my ultimate middle skool nostalgia song
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#16
'Infinity On High' / 'Folie à Deux' Era

These two albums, released one year after the other, marked an interesting time in Fall Out Boy's career. They'd just made their major label/mainstream debut with 'From Under the Cork Tree' and were eager to sustain that fame without falling under the pressures of big business. FOB were able to secure total creative control, an impressive feat that leaves weaker bands in the dust. If this is your answer, you're probably a strong-willed person, someone creative who knows how to hold their own. A true individual!

I like both of those albums.

Any band that has Elton John as God is fine by me.
#17
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You have to click on the arrow
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#18
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Not doing anything, my answers won't stay selected. Guess I'm not a fall out boy
#19
wow this was cringey as fvck


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#20
Knowing absolutely nothing about Fall Out Boy, I got 'From Under the Cork Tree'. I am intelligent, super talented and world is my oyster
#21
This shocked me and now my family is suing you because I'm dead from electrocution.
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#22
It's like I have a Facebook again.

'Infinity On High' / 'Folie à Deux' Era

These two albums, released one year after the other, marked an interesting time in Fall Out Boy's career. They'd just made their major label/mainstream debut with 'From Under the Cork Tree' and were eager to sustain that fame without falling under the pressures of big business. FOB were able to secure total creative control, an impressive feat that leaves weaker bands in the dust. If this is your answer, you're probably a strong-willed person, someone creative who knows how to hold their own. A true individual!


I'll take it, Infinity On High was its best album, after all.
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ALL THE ERAS.

Idk I booked tickets for my friend and I to see them in October though.
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#24
I got the "Transhumanism" era where Fall Out Boy have been transformed into pure digital energy and all of their music comes in the form of meta-plasma injected intravenously.

Coo' I guess.
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i know this was targeted at a specific audience, but really... The only one of those i occasionally wear is a hoodie, so i guess i pick that one...

"'Infinity On High' / 'Folie à Deux' Era"
You dirty piece of shit, you.

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It was the weirdest moment of my life, and I`ve been caught with my dick in my hand, by my brother, with a giant close up of a dudes face on the tv.

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#28
From Under the Cork Tree era, which has Dance Dance the best Fall Out Boy song
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#29
'From Under the Cork Tree' Era

On that note, I don't think I've ever even heard FOB song.
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#30
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where is your boy tonight?

I hope he is a gentleman.
#31
maybe he won't find out what i know
dirtbag ballet by the bins down the alley
as i walk through the chalet of the shadow of death
everything that you've come to expect


#32
You were the last good thing about this part of town

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#34
I'm still trying

(come home drunk to listen to FOB is the simplest of pleasures)

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#35
didn't do it. don't care.

just came here to say:

centuries is shit

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#36
brb reinventing the wheel to run myself over




#37
'Infinity On High' / 'Folie à Deux' EraThese two albums, released one year after the other, marked an interesting time in Fall Out Boy's career. They'd just made their major label/mainstream debut with 'From Under the Cork Tree' and were eager to sustain that fame without falling under the pressures of big business. FOB were able to secure total creative control, an impressive feat that leaves weaker bands in the dust. If this is your answer, you're probably a strong-willed person, someone creative who knows how to hold their own. A true individual!

Yep pretty much.
#39
i remember back in 2005 when you would get your butt KICKED for saying fall out boy sucked




#40
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i remember back in 2005 when you would get your butt KICKED for saying fall out boy sucked

now, no one gives a shit either way! oh how times have changed
You dirty piece of shit, you.

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I smoked weed with my mom once.
It was the weirdest moment of my life, and I`ve been caught with my dick in my hand, by my brother, with a giant close up of a dudes face on the tv.

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