Q:Hi! My name is Simon and you shared my article (Top 6 Moments of Brilliance in Centuries by Fall Out Boy) and I wanted to say thank you! I love writing and seeing people enjoying, reading and even sharing my stuff always makes me feel on top of the world. Thanks very much!
My pleasure, and I’d like to say thank you for writing that blog, too :D
I really like to read people’s opinion, no matter what they said yay or nay to my favorite bands. Keep it up!
Q:Hey i'm the previous anon who asking about U2. Yes me too. Do you know how to removed it? I'm just laughing for what Fall Out Boy done to that guy. Haha great idea though 😊
With sales of 133,000, Fall Out Boy's “Centuries” debuts at #4 on the Digital Songs chart.
While its sales mark fell short of that achieved by previous lead single “My Songs Know What You Did in the Dark (Light Em Up),” the latest Fall Out Boy release still debuts as the week’s top new song.
“Centuries,” that new single, opens at #4 on Billboard’s Digital Songs chart on the strength of 133,000 weekly sales.
In February 2013, the aforementioned “My Songs Know” started its run with a sales tally of 162,000.
BY BRIAN CANTOR
Fall Out Boy’s “Centuries” and Calvin Harris’ “Blame” debut well on the Hot 100. Nick Jonas, Train, Lil Jon and Meghan Trainor also reach the chart.
Not simply the week’s best-selling new song, Fall Out Boy’s “Centuries” also makes the highest debut on the Billboard Hot 100.
“Centuries,” the lead single from Fall Out Boy’s forthcoming follow-up to “Save Rock & Roll,” opens at #22 on the Billboard Hot 100.
The recipient of solid streaming and airplay in its opening week, “Centuries” made a particularly notable splash on Billboard’s Digital Songs (sales) chart. The song’s sales count of 133,000 was the week’s best for a newcomer and 4th-largest overall.
7. Fall Out Boy
Love them or hate them, Fall Out Boy have been hitting it big around the world. Coming out of their four year hiatus in 2013 while subsequently releasing a brand new album. FOB has been racking up the chart topping singles at a dizzying pace. You either loved them or you despised them with the burning hatred of a thousand suns. Regardless of this there is no denying the monumental success the band has achieved since their humble beginnings as a rising pop punk band. Well… maybe you should strike off punk in regards to their records, but as a live act the band brings it every single time. Performing hit singles at a frantic pace expect massive sing-alongs and the front row to be packed to the brim with super fans. Although they sound more pop then punk do not let this fool you as FOB is headlining arenas for a reason.
Recommended Tracks: “Sugar, We’re Going Down”, “Alone Together”, “Young Volcanoes”