Fall Out Boy Studio Album - Fall Out Boy's Evening Out with Your Girlfriend

14. srpna 2009 v 23:30 | LiL Pete |  BASIC INFORMATION

Fall Out Boy's Evening Out With Your Girlfriend is the debut EP by American rock band Fall Out Boy. It was released in 2003 on Uprising Records. In 2005, Uprising released a remastered reissue as Evening Out with Your Girlfriend, following the band's very successful major label debut, From Under the Cork Tree.


Track listing

"Honorable Mention" - 3:25
"Calm Before the Storm" - 4:41
"Switchblades and Infidelity" - 3:13
"Pretty in Punk" - 3:37
"Growing Up" - 2:56
"The World's Not Waiting (For Five Tired Boys in a Broken Down Van)" - 2:38
"Short, Fast and Loud" - 2:16
"Moving Pictures" - 3:33
"Parker Lewis Can't Lose (But I'm Gunna Give It My Best Shot)" - 3:23



Patrick Stump - lead vocals (Stump did not play guitar on this album)
Pete Wentz - bass guitar, backing vocals
Joe Trohman - lead guitar, backing vocals
T.J. "Raccine" Kunasch - rhythm guitar
Mike Pareskuwicz - drums



Parker Lewis Can't Lose was a TV show that aired from 1990 to 1993 where the main character was known for not losing (he only lost once throughout all 3 seasons).
The lyrics to the whole album are written by Patrick Stump, mainly about how he felt in high school. On later albums, Pete Wentz took over primary lyrics writing.
"Pretty in Punk" is a play on the title of the John Hughes movie, Pretty in Pink directed by Howard Deutch.
This is the only Fall Out Boy album not featuring Andy Hurley on drums.
The photograph on the cover of this album was shot by Adeet Deshmukh in Chicago's Pick Me Up Café located at 3408 N. Clark Street.
The address listed in the CD booklet is Pete Wentz's parents' home address.
Contrary to popular belief (due to differences in Patrick Stump's voice), Pete Wentz did not sing lead vocals in any songs on the album.
The songs "Switchblades and Infidelity", "Growing Up" and "Moving Pictures" were originally from their Split EP with Project Rocket.
"Calm Before the Storm" was later re-recorded for the following album Take This to Your Grave.
In the iTunes version of the album, the (For Five Tired Boys in a Broken Down Van) and (But I'm Gonna Give it My Best Shot) are not included in "The World's Not Waiting" and "Parker Lewis Can't Lose" titles, respectively; also, the iTunes remastered version cut off a minute and eleven seconds of "Switchblades and Infidelity".
A part of the song "Growing Up" is sung by William Beckett of The Academy Is... in Fall Out Boy's later song "What a Catch, Donnie", from their 2008 release Folie à Deux.


Studio album by Fall Out Boy

Released: March 25, 2003
Genre: emo, pop punk
Length: 29:39
Label: Uprising
Producer: Jared Logan



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