History Music / FallOutBoy

5th Dec '17 9:35:16 AM cuppedfart
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* MostWritersAreMale: Some of Wentz's lyrics are uncomfortably unsporting and spiteful regarding ex-girlfriends, but aren't necessarily aimed at women in general. This is toned down on later albums, though. Fan consensus assumes that was due to his getting married to Ashlee Simpson, his chilling out as a result, and it generally not being acceptable for a newlywed to publicly bitch about exes anymore. His being divorced hasn't changed this: only one of the songs on ''Save Rock and Roll'' is about the divorce and he's stated as writing it from a more adult perspective rather than simply lashing out.

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* MostWritersAreMale: Some of Wentz's lyrics are uncomfortably unsporting and spiteful regarding ex-girlfriends, but aren't necessarily aimed at women in general. This is toned down on later albums, though. Fan consensus assumes that was due to his getting married to Ashlee Simpson, his chilling out as a result, and it generally not being acceptable for a newlywed to publicly bitch about exes anymore. His being divorced divorce hasn't changed this: only one of the songs on ''Save Rock and Roll'' is about the divorce and he's stated as writing it from a more adult perspective rather than simply lashing out.
25th Nov '17 7:27:16 AM SeptimusHeap
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* HellIsThatNoise / BrownNote: {{In-Universe}} in "The Mighty Fall" video. Patrick has a case of this when [[spoiler: the little kid who helped kidnap him starts chasing him with an old-school boombox, implying that Patrick knows what it's for. The kid turns it on, which plays something the audience doesn't hear but Patrick does and he turns evil as a result before Big Sean comes in, snaps the kid's neck and turns the boombox off, turning Patrick back to normal and leaving him confused.]] The noise shows up again and has the same effect in the "Just One Yesterday" video. In the commentary for the "Miss Missing You" video, the evil Patrick hears a girl playing with radio signals and tries to attack until Pete stops him. In the [=VH1=] commentary, Patrick notes the "evil" version of his had been conditioned to hate music and therefore treats ANY music as a BrownNote.

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* HellIsThatNoise / BrownNote: {{In-Universe}} InUniverse in "The Mighty Fall" video. Patrick has a case of this when [[spoiler: the little kid who helped kidnap him starts chasing him with an old-school boombox, implying that Patrick knows what it's for. The kid turns it on, which plays something the audience doesn't hear but Patrick does and he turns evil as a result before Big Sean comes in, snaps the kid's neck and turns the boombox off, turning Patrick back to normal and leaving him confused.]] The noise shows up again and has the same effect in the "Just One Yesterday" video. In the commentary for the "Miss Missing You" video, the evil Patrick hears a girl playing with radio signals and tries to attack until Pete stops him. In the [=VH1=] commentary, Patrick notes the "evil" version of his had been conditioned to hate music and therefore treats ANY music as a BrownNote.
10th Nov '17 3:57:09 AM NonFictionFantasy
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''Peroxide princes shine like shark teeth''\\

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''Peroxide princes princess shine like shark teeth''\\
10th Nov '17 3:56:33 AM NonFictionFantasy
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** Some of their post-hiatus work, as well.



* WordSaladLyrics: Part of the accusations of selling out against them is the dumbing down, or lack of trying, when Pete writes the lyrics of their newest songs. There's been a noticeable increase of mixed metaphors, confusing and/or contradictory lyrics in some songs, or songs that seem to be written as they were just to sound good. 'Uma Thurman' (which they admitted to writing the way they did because the ''Munsters'' sample used in it reminded some people they talked to of ''Pulp Fiction'' and ''Kill Bill'') and 'Young and Menace' (though that song was less well-received than the other due to not even ''sounding'' good) are two noticeable examples of this, since the lyrics sound thrown together just because they sound good back-to-back. Again, though, 'Young and Menace' doesn't even ''sound'' good for people not to mind as much as they did with 'Uma Thurman.'
21st Oct '17 12:45:13 AM Scsigs
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* WordSaladLyrics: Part of the accusations of selling out against them is the dumbing down, or lack of trying, when Pete writes the lyrics of their newest songs. There's been a noticeable increase of mixed metaphors, confusing and/or contradictory lyrics in some songs, or songs that seem to be written as they were just to sound good. 'Uma Thurman' (which they admitted to writing the way they did because the ''Munsters'' sample used in it reminded some people they talked to of ''Pulp Fiction'' and ''Kill Bill'') and 'Young and Menace' (though that song was less well-received than the other due to not even ''sounding'' good) are two noticeable examples of this, since the lyrics sound thrown together just because they sound good back-to-back. Again, though, 'Young and Menace' doesn't even ''sound'' good for people not to mind as much as they did with 'Uma Thurman.'
17th Oct '17 11:20:12 AM YellowLab
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* TearsOfRemorse: Once Patrick snaps out of a BraindwashedAndCrazy episode at the end of "Where Did The Party Go" and realizes that he [[spoiler: killed Joe]], he breaks down in tears while Pete en Andy look on in shock.

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* TearsOfRemorse: Once Patrick snaps out of a BraindwashedAndCrazy BrainwashedAndCrazy episode at the end of "Where Did The Party Go" and realizes that he [[spoiler: killed Joe]], he breaks down in tears while Pete en Andy look on in shock.
17th Oct '17 11:18:53 AM YellowLab
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* TearsOfRemorse: Once Patrick snaps out of a BraindwashedAndCrazy episode at the end of "Where Did The Party Go" and realizes that he [[spoiler: killed Joe]], he breaks down in tears while Pete en Andy look on in shock.
17th Oct '17 5:51:45 AM YellowLab
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* BloodFromTheMouth: At the end of the "Miss Missing You" video, [[spoiler: Patrick]] starts bleeding heavily from his mouth just before he dies.
16th Oct '17 12:16:36 AM YellowLab
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* ''M A N I A'' (2017)

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* ''M A N I A'' (2017)
(2018)
25th Sep '17 10:26:07 AM Malady
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** Their ThisIsSpinalTap-themed live performance on Television/{{Conan}} got some fans spooked when Pete got "stuck" in one of the pods... Not even Harry Shearer showing up seemed to tip people off that it was staged. Thankfully, Team Coco provided a link to the exact scene in Spinal Tap that FOB was referencing in their performance for the benefit of those who didn't get the reference and also didn't get the show where they're at.

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** Their ThisIsSpinalTap-themed Film/ThisIsSpinalTap-themed live performance on Television/{{Conan}} got some fans spooked when Pete got "stuck" in one of the pods... Not even Harry Shearer showing up seemed to tip people off that it was staged. Thankfully, Team Coco provided a link to the exact scene in Spinal Tap that FOB was referencing in their performance for the benefit of those who didn't get the reference and also didn't get the show where they're at.
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