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Fall Out Boy

Fall Out Boy

Fall Out Boy is an American rock band formed in Wilmette, Illinois, suburb Chicago, two hundred and one (2001). The band consists of vocalist and guitarist Patrick Stump and bassist Pete Wentz, guitarist Joe Trohman and drummer Andy Hurley. The band originated from Chicago's hardcore punk scene, with which Wentz was heavily involved. In the beginning of two hundred and nine (2009) the band was on tour. Japan, Australia, Europe and all U.S. States. The tickets were sold out, that proved the crazy popularity of the group. In early summer, Fall Out Boy, from-for numerous disputes and quarrels within the group, decided to take a break in creative activities. On the fourth of February 2013 the group announced the end of the break.In May twenty thirteen (2013), they announced the release of the fifth album called "Save Rock and Roll" all over the world. Later, the album release was postponed to the fifteenth of April.In autumn twenty fourteen (2014), Fall Out Boy released the single "Centuries", which has quickly conquered the top of the various charts, and them, the single "American Beauty/American Psycho". After with the release of this single, the band announced an album of the same name, which was released in January twenty fifteen (2015). The album found huge success, received a good response in mass media, and the singles from it have become very popular.Facts.1) At first they couldn't think of a suitable name. At one of the concerts in College, the musicians asked their audience how best to name the group. Someone from the audience shouted: "fall out boy!". The group liked the name, although none of them then had no idea where it came from. It probably came from the animated series about the Simpson family, which was named after one of the heroes of the comic book about radioactive man. It is more likely that the name is referred to the famous Fallout series.2) On the thirty-first of October two hundred and eight (2008) the group set a world record for number of interviews per day — they were interviewed 72 times that, so they hit the Guinness Book of records.3) Their songs are played in many movies and games. For example, in the TV series "Supernatural"


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