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After a four year hiatus, Fall Out Boy returns with their fifth album, Save Rock And Roll. The title is tongue-in-cheek, as the album’s actual goal is to celebrate good rock and good pop. Here’s lyricist/bassist, Pete Wentz speaking on the album’s nascent stages: Within the last two years, when we started getting Gotye and fun. and stuff like that on pop radio, it was really exciting.
The song ‘Save Rock and Roll’ is the title track from Fall Out Boy’s fifth album. It features well-known musician Elton John, and is about the mutual desire of both Fall Out Boy and Elton John to save rock music and everything it stands for from being replaced by meaningless ed music. In some ways, the song is also about the challenges people face in life, and how music can be a form of relief in hard times when one is despairing over the state of the world.
Courtney Love) 11. Save Rock And Roll (feat. Bring home the boys in scraps Scrap metal the tanks Get hitched make a career out of robbing banks Because the world is just a teller and we are wearing black You broke our spirit says the note we pass. Em. G. D. So we can take the world back from the heart-attacked.
Save Rock and Roll is the fifth studio album by the American rock band Fall Out Boy. It was produced by Butch Walker and released April 12, 2013, through Island Records. On October 15, the album was re-released with PAX AM Days, an extended play the band recorded shortly after Save Rock and Roll's release. Following multiple touring stints, the members of Fall Out Boy decided to take a break at the end of 2009. As soon as Fall Out Boy came off of its hiatus, a tour supporting Save Rock and Roll was announced for the summer of 2013, in addition to the one-off comeback dates in selected cities. Fall Out Boy played in various small concert venues and clubs for this tour. On May 13, it was announced that Fall Out Boy would go on a Save Rock and Roll Arena Tour for the fall of 2013 with support from Panic! At The Disco and Twenty One Pilots.
Save Rock And Roll is the band’s most personal album yet, a tribute to being passionate and young when time makes the former difficult and the latter impossible. The record has a perfect blend of up beat tempos contrasted by slower melodies thatAfter a four year hiatus Fall Out Boy come out swinging. The record has a perfect blend of up beat tempos contrasted by slower melodies that pull at the heart strings. The record especially shines on tracks such as "Miss Missing You" and "Just One Yesterday. Save Rock and Roll is also void of filler, giving fans a satisfying CD after a lengthy absence
When Fall Out Boy went on indefinite hiatus in late 2009, they had no way of knowing how much they would be missed. After all, vocalist Patrick Stump likened touring in support of 2008’s Folie À Deux to being the last act at the Vaudeville show: We were rotten vegetable targets in Clandestine hoodies, saying at no other point in my professional career was I nearly booed off stages for playing new songs. But in the three-or-so years the band members spent playing other music, the clamoring for Fall Out Boy’s return never waned.
Exclusive discount for Prime members. Sample this album Artist (Sample). Save Rock and Roll is an epic collection of songs that cover many different subgenres of rock. Every song on the album represents a different subgenre of rock.
Album Save Rock and Roll (2013). by Fall Out Boy. Labels Island Records, Crush Music (2), Decaydance. Mixed By. Dave Sardy. Fall Out Boy "Save Rock and Roll" (2013) album.
By Fall Out Boy. 2013, 11 songs. Listen to Save Rock And Roll in full in the this site app. Play on this site. ℗ 2013 The Island Def Jam Music Group.
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