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Fall Out Boy

Fall Out Boy is a rock band from Chicago formed by hardcore punk veterans in 2001. After meeting at a local bookstore discussing the metal band Neurosis, Pete Wentz, Joe Trohman and Patrick Stump decided to start a pop punk band, eventually bringing drummer Andrew Hurley into the fold. Their 2003 debut album "Take This To Your Grave" was an underground success, leading to a major label release in 2005, "From Under The Cork Tree", which spawned two Top 10 singles. The band released their first chart topping album "Infinity on High" in 2007, followed by "Folie à Deux" the next year. Citing exhaustion in 2009, the band went on indefinite hiatus while pursuing other interests. Since returning in 2013, all of their albums have all debuted at #1 on the Billboard 200 album chart with numerous hit singles.
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