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    ShubhiDec 3, 2014 at 3:17 pm

    I absolutely agree! As someone who’s been following their work for a while, I was sufficiently shocked to hear ABAP when it first played.. It does take a while to get used to. But second listens change perspectives! I think its a very interesting track with a lot of good things about it.. Its a track that you notice and you look up when it plays in the middle of nowhere. It makes u pay attention to it. Sure, it could’ve been done with a little less mixing around the chorus but its a daring song.. One that I love.

    Its sad to see people bashing bands for trying to make different music. I am pretty sure no one would br happy to listen to 10 variations of TTTYG or FUTC, as u say in your article. Fall Out Boy have never been the kind of band to limit themselves to a genre or style anyway. That’s what makes them really special. I for one am hugely looking forward to the new album. It’ll packed with surprises, for sure 🙂

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