- Summary: The Chicago pop-punk band face high expectations for this fourth album after its predecessor, their major-label debut 'From Under The Cork Tree,' brought their first taste of mainstream success. Jay-Z (briefly) guests.
- Record Label: Island
- Genre(s): Rock, Alternative
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MCOtakuFeb 6, 2007Emo delight!
ZoeeS.Apr 1, 2007you guys rock !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
OrlandoMAug 17, 2009I liked this album simply because nobody but Fall Out Boy can create this awesomeness.
JeffN.Feb 6, 2007Phemenomal growth and transformation in music style are what make "Infinity on High" a must-listen...Go get it now!!
JohnNFeb 13, 2007Green Day Lite....
robertpFeb 22, 2007ok anyone who gave this album anything above a 4 or 5 have no sense of music. but instead of trying to find a band worth listening to they listen to that catchy emo band they heard on the radio. yes i said emo band and at most a sad excuse for alternitive. saying woah oh oh in a high pitched voice does not make you a punk band. and while honestly trying to listen and see how anyone could possibly like them i laughed at the incredibly stupid lyrics and their failed attempt to slow things down in golden. this new album is as sorry as the last two considering its exactly the same.… Expand
BillyG.Feb 6, 2007Ewwwww, no.
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