Save Rock And Roll (studio album) by Fall Out Boy

Save Rock And Roll by Fall Out Boy
Year: 2013
Release date: 2013-04-12
Overall rank: 5,270th   Overall chart historyOverall chart history
Average Rating: 
61/100 (from 117 votes)
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Accolades:
Award Top albums of 2013 (118th)
Award Top albums of the 2010s (1,013th)
Award Best albums of all time (5,270th)
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Save Rock And Roll is ranked 4th best out of 13 albums by Fall Out Boy on BestEverAlbums.com.

The best album by Fall Out Boy is From Under The Cork Tree which is ranked number 1556 in the list of all-time albums with a total rank score of 1,123.

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From 08/22/2015 00:07
Judging from the other reviews, naming the album "Save Rock and Roll" was a mistake, especially since it isn't meant to be taken so seriously which considering how tongue and cheek the band has always been, I would have thought that would have been obvious, but I guess not.

So why do I give it an 85? Well, when listening originally I was a little disappointed that Fall Out Boy had left their more experimental approach of their previous album Folie a Deux and I also more importantly feel that the lyrics are not as strong as they once were. Still I do find the production to be solid and the songs to be extremely enjoyable. Beyond that I continue to find that Patrick Stump is absolutely one of the most talented vocalists of today and on this album he continues to shine. Picking a favorite song is tough, but the closer that shares the same name as the album, "Save Rock and Roll" is absolutely beautiful.
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From 10/26/2014 11:55
I know some people who overplayed this album to death, making it very hard for me to like. The title is also quite annoying, because this is as far away from Rock and Roll as possible.
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50/100
From 02/14/2014 23:12
I'm angry with this album. It promises to "Save Rock and Roll" but it is a by-numbers pop album. The Phoenix is quite good, My Songs is alright. That's it. For the record, Rat-a-Tat is one of (if not the) worst song I've ever heard. What happened to you FOB?
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Rating:  
40/100
From 12/15/2013 23:08
Saving rock and roll by making a pop album?...okay.
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Rating:  
60/100
From 12/06/2013 20:04
What's keeping me from wanting to listen to this album further? Amidst the distillation of the last 2 decades of alternative rock, this album is just way too overproduced and over-the-top, rife with cheesy or just strangely dumb lyrics. It's almost to the point where my interest is piqued AND i smirk in disgust by the lyrics at the same time, but more smirking than enjoyment. For this, they remind me a lot of imagine dragons, which is just something i would not reach for when i wanted to hear some album, just like this new fall out boy monstrosity. From my point of view, they're addressing their own music when they sing, "you need to lower your standards, cause it's never getting any better than this".
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From 11/14/2013 14:46
Young Volcanoes is getting so much better with every listen. A very sweet song if you don't mind the implied violence.
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Rating:  
60/100
From 07/09/2013 21:20
It’s an awfully bold statement, “Save Rock And Roll", especially coming from Fall Out Boy. If I had to pick a band to “save rock and roll", it most likely would not be Fall Out Boy, a band that has been the absolute definition of mediocrity, a band that hasn’t been able to stop writing the same song over and over again for years.

So, naturally, I approached this album with some slight bias. Then I heard the opening track, “The Phoenix" and I was like “Holy crap, this is good, and it’s different for Fall Out Boy." Then I heard the next track, and lead single, “My Songs Know What You Did In The Dark (Light ‘Em Up)" and I thought “Wow, this is really good too, has Fall Out Boy changed into a band that can create a really good album like this is shaping up to be?" And then the rest of the album happened, and it was slightly different, but still same old Fall Out Boy. The rest of it is fairly uninteresting. “The Mighty Fall" which features Big Sean is pretty decent, but the rest of it is very forgettable, which is a shame, because it was shaping up to really be a good album, which would’ve been a really pleasant surprise.
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50/100
From 05/09/2013 18:25
"It's Courtney, b*tch."

Ugh. Excluding that, this is an incredibly average record. The first half is really good, however it takes a 'mighty fall' in the second half.
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30/100
From 04/23/2013 17:33
This album is really average. The Phoenix and Light 'Em Up are the only two good songs, and the rest really are just... average.
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From 04/18/2013 21:59
The Phoenix... Oh my goodness that is a wonderful song!
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