Infinity on High

Fall Out Boy - Infinity on High
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Based on 14 reviews
2007 Ratings: #223 / 628
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Based on 144 ratings
2007 Ratings: #102
February 6, 2007 / Release Date
LP / Format
Island / Label
Pop Punk, Pop Rock / Genres
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itsyahboinoah
47
Thnks Fr Th Shitty Mmrs
KiteMan
85
This album’s really important to me, and while some of the songs have shrunk on me over time, I still love the album. It has so many amazing songs, and only a few that have lost their impact on me over time. Almost every song is a blast to listen to, and the lyrics are really good and witty, though not to the same level as their previous album. A real stand-our lyric for me would be the line “tongues on the sockets of electric dreams” from Golden, but that’s mainly ... read more
j_cale23_
80
This album was the turning point for Fall Out Boy as a band. They started with experimenting with more genres, more sounds, and it was really dope how innovative this album was.
Infinity on High is important to me because it was one of the first albums that got me into music. I’ll always have a lot of respect for this album.
Songsearcher1
70
While I’d call this the weakest link in the band’s 00’s discography, it surely is a great listen. It comes as no surprise that this is the most popular of the band’s first four for those who really enjoy their pop sound, as this does stray from the pop-punk sound of the previous album, to an even more accessible sound. While do enjoy those songs too, the true powerhouse of the album is the second-half.
Favourites: You’re Crashing, But You’re No Wave, The ... read more
JackSkull
60
its alright for early fall out boy despite the fact i dont really like them but this album is nostalgic for me and tbh it still has some good bangers 6/10
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END OF YEAR LISTS

#23/A.V. Club
#38/Q Magazine
#46/Rolling Stone

Track List

  1. Thriller
  2. "The Take Over, the Breaks Over"
  3. This Ain't a Scene, It's an Arms Race
  4. I'm Like a Lawyer With the Way I'm Always Trying to Get You Off (Me & You)
  5. Hum Hallelujah
  6. Golden
  7. Thnks Fr Th Mmrs
  8. Don't You Know Who I Think I Am?
  9. The (After) Life of the Party
  10. The Carpal Tunnel of Love
  11. Bang the Doldrums
  12. Fame < Infamy
  13. You're Crashing, But You're No Wave
  14. I've Got All This Ringing In My Ears and None On My Fingers
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