old vs new

Australia
December 17, 2007 7:04pm CST
I used to listen to Fall Out boy back in 1996 when I was in high school. They were faster and better back then in my opinion..a lot different to their sound these days. I have to admit some of their new stuff is very catchy but its nothing like their old stuff. What do you like better...their old stuff or new stuff...im interested in hearing what people think.
4 responses
• United States
10 Jan 08
My favorite album of theirs is probably from underneath the cork tree -- although their new music is good -- i do like their old stuff better
• Australia
18 Jan 08
cheers to that missy :)
• United States
18 Dec 07
well, i didn't even know they sung back in the day. I Thought they were new since 2006. However their music now a days isn't quite my style anymore, i liked them when they began. Now its just rock mixed with hip hop and that's pretty lame.
• Australia
18 Dec 07
I couldn't agree with you more. Hip hop and all that other crap should be left in its own world. Fall Out Boy used to be just pure punk rock..they way they still should be in my opinion.
@gem170104 (172)
29 Dec 07
I prefer early Fall Out Boy although they are best live when they are performing tracks from Under the Cork Tree as they've toured that album so much. I think that their new stuff is good although its different, being different was brave of them as they knew they'd alienate a lot of fans, but fans would be complaining anyway if they hadn't changed at all. Bands can't win these days.
@yanxchick (252)
• United States
18 Dec 07
I started listening to them in 2003. A friend of mine turned me on to them. I loved Take This To Your Grave and was psyched to see them play some songs at their last concert especially Saturday. I have a lot of their music from before then, but I am not a big fun of the very early stuff. There seemed to be no continuity in the songs and some were hard to listen to. I don't like a few of the songs (like the John Cusack song). I like their middle stuff better than their latest. I even liked FUCT.