Fall Out Boy ‘Save Rock and Roll’ With Chart-Topping Album
The band’s latest album ‘Save Rock and Roll’ landed at No. 1, so it’s safe to say that the band lit ’em up. Yes, we’re borrowing and twisting a lyrical phrase from their (weeeeeee’re baaaaaack) single, ‘My Songs Know What You Did in the Dark,’ but we’re allowed so there.
The album debuted in the highest position with 154,000 copies sold, according to Billboard. The band’s 2007 release ‘Infinity on High’ also debuted at No. 1 that year, so it’s been awhile since FOB topped the charts, but it’s a welcome return by all accounts.
It was projected to be a battle to the death – well, to the No. 1 slot — between Pete Wentz and his boys, and Kid Cudi. The latter’s new album ‘Indicud’ was projected to be neck and neck with FOB for the chart supremacy, but FOB prevailed and took the crown.
The band will further its efforts pertaining rock and roll’s salvation by embarking on an arena tour in September.
Watch the Fall Out Boy ‘My Songs Know What You Did in the Dark’ Video
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