Top 10 Fall Out Boy singles

March 09 15:57 2014

Fall Out Boy first hit the music scene when they released their first single, “Sugar We’re Going Down” in 2005. Since then, the band has had their fair share of ups and downs but fans have helped to keep them on top of the rock industry.

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The band is back with a new album and is heading back out on tour in support of their record Save Rock ‘n’ Roll. Fans are excited to be reunited with the fan after a long hiatus. Fall Out Boy teamed up with Paramore for this upcoming tour which will bring a wide range of fans together at music venues all across the United States and internationally. is counting down the top ten Fall Out Boy singles in honor of their upcoming co-headlining tour. Did your favorite not make the list? Comment below and add your favorite Fall Out Boy single to the top ten.

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10. My Song Know What You Did In The Dark

The first single off of Save Rock ‘n’ Roll was “My Song Know What You Did In The Dark.” The single pleased fans and also showed that the band was back and better than ever following their break up.

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9. The Phoenix

Another single off of Save Rock ‘n’ Roll “The Phoenix” showed the musical growth that the band had been going through while making this album. What was surprising about the “The Phoenix” was that the single had a modern sound but had hints of older Fall Out Boy singles.

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8. Dead on Arrival

“Dead on Arrival” was featured on the first album from Fall Out Boy and is just a punk rock song back when this album came out Fall Out Boy was just a couple of friends from Chicago that wanted to play music.

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7. A Little Less Sixteen Candles, A Little More “Touch Me”

From Under The Cork Tree was a huge mainstream success for Fall Out Boy. The album had a variety of singles, which included “A Little Less Sixteen Candles, A Little More Touch Me.” The song titles read as sentences and each song helped to tell a larger overall story. This song was an instant fan favorite.

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6. Thanks For The Memories

Fall Out Boy wrote an incredible punk rock break up song with “Thanks For The Memories.” Nothing like a classic revenge driven break up song to help the band chart even higher on the music charts. Singles like this also proved that the group had the power to top the pop charts, as well as, the rock charts.

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5. I Don’t Care

Fall Out Boy started to change and mature their musical sound when they released Folie a Deux. “I Don’t Care” was the first single off of that album and showed fans what they had in store for this record.

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4. Alone Together

Also featured off of Save Rock ‘n’ Roll, “Alone Together” was a fun rock song that really showcased the writing style of Fall Out Boy and how well Patrick Stump could drive a song forward with his vocal range.

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3. I’ve Got A Dark Alley and A Bad Idea That Says You Should Shut Your Mouth

One of the longer song titles from the band, “I’ve Got A Dark Alley and A Bad Idea That Says You Should Shut Your Mouth” showed the bands original roots. They are not afraid to simply rock with their instruments and have a lot of wordplay when it comes to their lyrics. This type of original creativity was what had fans falling in love with Fall Out Boy from the first chord of “I’ve Got A Dark Alley.”

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2. Dance, Dance

From Under The Cork Tree had hit after hit. “Dance, Dance” was one of the most popular singles off of that album and showed everyone that Fall Out Boy had a strong chance for a really successful pop music crossover with “Dance, Dance.”

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1. Sugar We’re Going Down

The song that started it all in the mainstream music industry for Fall Out Boy was “Sugar We’re Going Down.” This song right out of the gate explained the music of Fall Out Boy and fans instantly fell in love.



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