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Sep 17

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With peter wentz from fall out boy! #falloutboy#peterwentz

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With peter wentz from fall out boy! #falloutboy#peterwentz

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Fall Out Boy

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Anonymous said: Hey by the way do you know about U2 on iTunes? Do you get one too?

Yup, I know that and already on my icloud account, but I didn’t download it. I’m not a big fan of them. How about you?

Anonymous said: Early last year FOB did a track by track commentary of SRAR album and it was spread through several different webpages. Eight vids are still online here and there, but Where Did The Party Go & Save Rock and Roll which were in Shawconnect are not working anymore. I was wondering if maybe you saved them or know where to watch them? And by the way, thanks for your blog, it's absolutely amazing!

Unfortunately, no copy I kept in my harddisk due to region and media player type. Actually, those commentary was still can be listened on spotify, and Universal Japan released limited edition CD of SRAR its including commentary in DVD.

Anyway, thank you for visiting my blog.

Lecrae Earns First No. 1 Album on Billboard 200 | Billboard -

By , Los Angeles | September 17, 2014 11:00 AM EDT

On the Digital Songs chart, Meghan Trainor’s “All About That Bass” holds at No. 1, selling 312,000 downloads (down less than 1 percent). Taylor Swift’s “Shake It Off” is steady at No. 2, with 309,000 (up 10 percent). Also stationary in the No. 3 slot is “Bang Bang” by Jessie J, Ariana Grande and Nicki Minaj, selling 147,000 (down 14 percent).

Fall Out Boy’s “Centuries” logs the week’s highest debut, starting at No. 4 with 138,000. It’s the first single from the band’s upcoming sixth studio album.

Fall Out Boy wrote original music for Disney’s new Hero? -

Disney seems not only pick up the song “My Songs Know What You Did in the Dark” for the movie’s trailer.

17 September, 2014 | By Adam Woodard

The production traveled to universities across the world, including Carnegie Melon, MIT and Tokyo, to research robotic advancements - including soft robotics - in order to accurately portray Baymax while the film’s score includes original music from Fall Out Boy.

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