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Which Era of Fall Out Boy Are You?

Over the past 14 years, Fall Out Boy have evolved their sound and style with each album. Which do you most identify with?

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1 / 10

Which word best describes you?

'An Evening Out With Your Girlfriend' Era

Everyone remembers their first time. Fall Out Boy's was 'An Evening Out With Your Girlfriend,' their delightful bratty nine song debut loaded with impossibly long song titles and anti-adolescent sentiment. If this is the result you got, you're probably a fun-loving, go-with-the-flow kind of person. If someone needs a pal to join them on a night out, you bring the party. That excitable spirit is a super power!

'Take This to Your Grave' Era

'Take This to Your Grave' is Fall Out Boy's first official full-length. It was their transition from being guys in a living room to...guys in a living room with a real record. It's also the release that gave the world "Saturdays" and "Grand Theft Autumn," FOB's first truly great songs. It was a time of ultimate potential. If this is your answer, chances are you're a smart cookie, looking to find your way in this world. You're open to experimentation. You believe in yourself more than you used to. You're sitting pretty and comforting to be around. Good for you!

Fall Out Boy during 2005 Vans Warped Tour - Fall Out Boy Portrait Session at Germain Amphitheatre in Columbus, Ohio, United S

'From Under the Cork Tree' Era

'From Under the Cork Tree' is an important record in Fall Out Boy's career the same way 'Three Cheers for Sweet Revenge' broke My Chemical Romance: It was the album that defined their sound, for a moment, and separated them from the rest of the young rock bands at the time. FUTCT boasts of "Sugar, We're Goin' Down" and "Dance, Dance," FOB's first radio tunes. If this is your answer, you're an intelligent youngin' and the world is your oyster! You're super talented and people are starting to learn that about you. Just don't let it go to your head, buddy!

BURBANK, CA - DECEMBER 09: (L-R) Musicians Joe Trohman, Andy Hurley, Pete Wentz and Patrick Stump of Fall Out Boy appear at r

'Infinity On High' / 'Folie à Deux' Era

These two albums, released one year after the other, marked an interesting time in Fall Out Boy's career. They'd just made their major label/mainstream debut with 'From Under the Cork Tree' and were eager to sustain that fame without falling under the pressures of big business. FOB were able to secure total creative control, an impressive feat that leaves weaker bands in the dust. If this is your answer, you're probably a strong-willed person, someone creative who knows how to hold their own. A true individual!

THE TONIGHT SHOW WITH JAY LENO -- Episode 4455 -- Pictured: Paul Drinkwater/NBC/NBCU Photo Bank via Getty Images)

'Save Rock and Roll' Era

In 2013, it seemed like rock music had been completely erased from the charts. It was pop and hip hop's time to shine. Fall Out Boy wouldn't go out without a fight, releasing an album that married a variety of genres while defending that classic guitar rock sound. If this is your answer, you're a mature, inventive person, one willing to fight for what you believe in. What could be better?

'American Beauty/American Psycho' Era

Modern Fall Out Boy! 'American Beauty/American Psycho' is the band's latest triumph, one that has completely and totally propelled them out of the pop-punk scene into an incredible, arena rockin' pop act. If this is your answer, you're the kind of person born for success. You change, you develop, but at the end of the day, you know who you are, what you want and how to get it. Doesn't sound half bad, huh?


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2 / 10

Pick a Fall Out Boy single

'An Evening Out With Your Girlfriend' Era

Everyone remembers their first time. Fall Out Boy's was 'An Evening Out With Your Girlfriend,' their delightful bratty nine song debut loaded with impossibly long song titles and anti-adolescent sentiment. If this is the result you got, you're probably a fun-loving, go-with-the-flow kind of person. If someone needs a pal to join them on a night out, you bring the party. That excitable spirit is a super power!

'Take This to Your Grave' Era

'Take This to Your Grave' is Fall Out Boy's first official full-length. It was their transition from being guys in a living room to...guys in a living room with a real record. It's also the release that gave the world "Saturdays" and "Grand Theft Autumn," FOB's first truly great songs. It was a time of ultimate potential. If this is your answer, chances are you're a smart cookie, looking to find your way in this world. You're open to experimentation. You believe in yourself more than you used to. You're sitting pretty and comforting to be around. Good for you!

Fall Out Boy during 2005 Vans Warped Tour - Fall Out Boy Portrait Session at Germain Amphitheatre in Columbus, Ohio, United S

'From Under the Cork Tree' Era

'From Under the Cork Tree' is an important record in Fall Out Boy's career the same way 'Three Cheers for Sweet Revenge' broke My Chemical Romance: It was the album that defined their sound, for a moment, and separated them from the rest of the young rock bands at the time. FUTCT boasts of "Sugar, We're Goin' Down" and "Dance, Dance," FOB's first radio tunes. If this is your answer, you're an intelligent youngin' and the world is your oyster! You're super talented and people are starting to learn that about you. Just don't let it go to your head, buddy!

BURBANK, CA - DECEMBER 09: (L-R) Musicians Joe Trohman, Andy Hurley, Pete Wentz and Patrick Stump of Fall Out Boy appear at r

'Infinity On High' / 'Folie à Deux' Era

These two albums, released one year after the other, marked an interesting time in Fall Out Boy's career. They'd just made their major label/mainstream debut with 'From Under the Cork Tree' and were eager to sustain that fame without falling under the pressures of big business. FOB were able to secure total creative control, an impressive feat that leaves weaker bands in the dust. If this is your answer, you're probably a strong-willed person, someone creative who knows how to hold their own. A true individual!

THE TONIGHT SHOW WITH JAY LENO -- Episode 4455 -- Pictured: Paul Drinkwater/NBC/NBCU Photo Bank via Getty Images)

'Save Rock and Roll' Era

In 2013, it seemed like rock music had been completely erased from the charts. It was pop and hip hop's time to shine. Fall Out Boy wouldn't go out without a fight, releasing an album that married a variety of genres while defending that classic guitar rock sound. If this is your answer, you're a mature, inventive person, one willing to fight for what you believe in. What could be better?

'American Beauty/American Psycho' Era

Modern Fall Out Boy! 'American Beauty/American Psycho' is the band's latest triumph, one that has completely and totally propelled them out of the pop-punk scene into an incredible, arena rockin' pop act. If this is your answer, you're the kind of person born for success. You change, you develop, but at the end of the day, you know who you are, what you want and how to get it. Doesn't sound half bad, huh?


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3 / 10

Pick a color

'An Evening Out With Your Girlfriend' Era

Everyone remembers their first time. Fall Out Boy's was 'An Evening Out With Your Girlfriend,' their delightful bratty nine song debut loaded with impossibly long song titles and anti-adolescent sentiment. If this is the result you got, you're probably a fun-loving, go-with-the-flow kind of person. If someone needs a pal to join them on a night out, you bring the party. That excitable spirit is a super power!

'Take This to Your Grave' Era

'Take This to Your Grave' is Fall Out Boy's first official full-length. It was their transition from being guys in a living room to...guys in a living room with a real record. It's also the release that gave the world "Saturdays" and "Grand Theft Autumn," FOB's first truly great songs. It was a time of ultimate potential. If this is your answer, chances are you're a smart cookie, looking to find your way in this world. You're open to experimentation. You believe in yourself more than you used to. You're sitting pretty and comforting to be around. Good for you!

Fall Out Boy during 2005 Vans Warped Tour - Fall Out Boy Portrait Session at Germain Amphitheatre in Columbus, Ohio, United S

'From Under the Cork Tree' Era

'From Under the Cork Tree' is an important record in Fall Out Boy's career the same way 'Three Cheers for Sweet Revenge' broke My Chemical Romance: It was the album that defined their sound, for a moment, and separated them from the rest of the young rock bands at the time. FUTCT boasts of "Sugar, We're Goin' Down" and "Dance, Dance," FOB's first radio tunes. If this is your answer, you're an intelligent youngin' and the world is your oyster! You're super talented and people are starting to learn that about you. Just don't let it go to your head, buddy!

BURBANK, CA - DECEMBER 09: (L-R) Musicians Joe Trohman, Andy Hurley, Pete Wentz and Patrick Stump of Fall Out Boy appear at r

'Infinity On High' / 'Folie à Deux' Era

These two albums, released one year after the other, marked an interesting time in Fall Out Boy's career. They'd just made their major label/mainstream debut with 'From Under the Cork Tree' and were eager to sustain that fame without falling under the pressures of big business. FOB were able to secure total creative control, an impressive feat that leaves weaker bands in the dust. If this is your answer, you're probably a strong-willed person, someone creative who knows how to hold their own. A true individual!

THE TONIGHT SHOW WITH JAY LENO -- Episode 4455 -- Pictured: Paul Drinkwater/NBC/NBCU Photo Bank via Getty Images)

'Save Rock and Roll' Era

In 2013, it seemed like rock music had been completely erased from the charts. It was pop and hip hop's time to shine. Fall Out Boy wouldn't go out without a fight, releasing an album that married a variety of genres while defending that classic guitar rock sound. If this is your answer, you're a mature, inventive person, one willing to fight for what you believe in. What could be better?

'American Beauty/American Psycho' Era

Modern Fall Out Boy! 'American Beauty/American Psycho' is the band's latest triumph, one that has completely and totally propelled them out of the pop-punk scene into an incredible, arena rockin' pop act. If this is your answer, you're the kind of person born for success. You change, you develop, but at the end of the day, you know who you are, what you want and how to get it. Doesn't sound half bad, huh?


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4 / 10

What were you like in high school?

'An Evening Out With Your Girlfriend' Era

Everyone remembers their first time. Fall Out Boy's was 'An Evening Out With Your Girlfriend,' their delightful bratty nine song debut loaded with impossibly long song titles and anti-adolescent sentiment. If this is the result you got, you're probably a fun-loving, go-with-the-flow kind of person. If someone needs a pal to join them on a night out, you bring the party. That excitable spirit is a super power!

'Take This to Your Grave' Era

'Take This to Your Grave' is Fall Out Boy's first official full-length. It was their transition from being guys in a living room to...guys in a living room with a real record. It's also the release that gave the world "Saturdays" and "Grand Theft Autumn," FOB's first truly great songs. It was a time of ultimate potential. If this is your answer, chances are you're a smart cookie, looking to find your way in this world. You're open to experimentation. You believe in yourself more than you used to. You're sitting pretty and comforting to be around. Good for you!

Fall Out Boy during 2005 Vans Warped Tour - Fall Out Boy Portrait Session at Germain Amphitheatre in Columbus, Ohio, United S

'From Under the Cork Tree' Era

'From Under the Cork Tree' is an important record in Fall Out Boy's career the same way 'Three Cheers for Sweet Revenge' broke My Chemical Romance: It was the album that defined their sound, for a moment, and separated them from the rest of the young rock bands at the time. FUTCT boasts of "Sugar, We're Goin' Down" and "Dance, Dance," FOB's first radio tunes. If this is your answer, you're an intelligent youngin' and the world is your oyster! You're super talented and people are starting to learn that about you. Just don't let it go to your head, buddy!

BURBANK, CA - DECEMBER 09: (L-R) Musicians Joe Trohman, Andy Hurley, Pete Wentz and Patrick Stump of Fall Out Boy appear at r

'Infinity On High' / 'Folie à Deux' Era

These two albums, released one year after the other, marked an interesting time in Fall Out Boy's career. They'd just made their major label/mainstream debut with 'From Under the Cork Tree' and were eager to sustain that fame without falling under the pressures of big business. FOB were able to secure total creative control, an impressive feat that leaves weaker bands in the dust. If this is your answer, you're probably a strong-willed person, someone creative who knows how to hold their own. A true individual!

THE TONIGHT SHOW WITH JAY LENO -- Episode 4455 -- Pictured: Paul Drinkwater/NBC/NBCU Photo Bank via Getty Images)

'Save Rock and Roll' Era

In 2013, it seemed like rock music had been completely erased from the charts. It was pop and hip hop's time to shine. Fall Out Boy wouldn't go out without a fight, releasing an album that married a variety of genres while defending that classic guitar rock sound. If this is your answer, you're a mature, inventive person, one willing to fight for what you believe in. What could be better?

'American Beauty/American Psycho' Era

Modern Fall Out Boy! 'American Beauty/American Psycho' is the band's latest triumph, one that has completely and totally propelled them out of the pop-punk scene into an incredible, arena rockin' pop act. If this is your answer, you're the kind of person born for success. You change, you develop, but at the end of the day, you know who you are, what you want and how to get it. Doesn't sound half bad, huh?


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5 / 10

Pick a band member

'An Evening Out With Your Girlfriend' Era

Everyone remembers their first time. Fall Out Boy's was 'An Evening Out With Your Girlfriend,' their delightful bratty nine song debut loaded with impossibly long song titles and anti-adolescent sentiment. If this is the result you got, you're probably a fun-loving, go-with-the-flow kind of person. If someone needs a pal to join them on a night out, you bring the party. That excitable spirit is a super power!

'Take This to Your Grave' Era

'Take This to Your Grave' is Fall Out Boy's first official full-length. It was their transition from being guys in a living room to...guys in a living room with a real record. It's also the release that gave the world "Saturdays" and "Grand Theft Autumn," FOB's first truly great songs. It was a time of ultimate potential. If this is your answer, chances are you're a smart cookie, looking to find your way in this world. You're open to experimentation. You believe in yourself more than you used to. You're sitting pretty and comforting to be around. Good for you!

Fall Out Boy during 2005 Vans Warped Tour - Fall Out Boy Portrait Session at Germain Amphitheatre in Columbus, Ohio, United S

'From Under the Cork Tree' Era

'From Under the Cork Tree' is an important record in Fall Out Boy's career the same way 'Three Cheers for Sweet Revenge' broke My Chemical Romance: It was the album that defined their sound, for a moment, and separated them from the rest of the young rock bands at the time. FUTCT boasts of "Sugar, We're Goin' Down" and "Dance, Dance," FOB's first radio tunes. If this is your answer, you're an intelligent youngin' and the world is your oyster! You're super talented and people are starting to learn that about you. Just don't let it go to your head, buddy!

BURBANK, CA - DECEMBER 09: (L-R) Musicians Joe Trohman, Andy Hurley, Pete Wentz and Patrick Stump of Fall Out Boy appear at r

'Infinity On High' / 'Folie à Deux' Era

These two albums, released one year after the other, marked an interesting time in Fall Out Boy's career. They'd just made their major label/mainstream debut with 'From Under the Cork Tree' and were eager to sustain that fame without falling under the pressures of big business. FOB were able to secure total creative control, an impressive feat that leaves weaker bands in the dust. If this is your answer, you're probably a strong-willed person, someone creative who knows how to hold their own. A true individual!

THE TONIGHT SHOW WITH JAY LENO -- Episode 4455 -- Pictured: Paul Drinkwater/NBC/NBCU Photo Bank via Getty Images)

'Save Rock and Roll' Era

In 2013, it seemed like rock music had been completely erased from the charts. It was pop and hip hop's time to shine. Fall Out Boy wouldn't go out without a fight, releasing an album that married a variety of genres while defending that classic guitar rock sound. If this is your answer, you're a mature, inventive person, one willing to fight for what you believe in. What could be better?

'American Beauty/American Psycho' Era

Modern Fall Out Boy! 'American Beauty/American Psycho' is the band's latest triumph, one that has completely and totally propelled them out of the pop-punk scene into an incredible, arena rockin' pop act. If this is your answer, you're the kind of person born for success. You change, you develop, but at the end of the day, you know who you are, what you want and how to get it. Doesn't sound half bad, huh?


5 / 10
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6 / 10

What clothing item can you not live without?

'An Evening Out With Your Girlfriend' Era

Everyone remembers their first time. Fall Out Boy's was 'An Evening Out With Your Girlfriend,' their delightful bratty nine song debut loaded with impossibly long song titles and anti-adolescent sentiment. If this is the result you got, you're probably a fun-loving, go-with-the-flow kind of person. If someone needs a pal to join them on a night out, you bring the party. That excitable spirit is a super power!

'Take This to Your Grave' Era

'Take This to Your Grave' is Fall Out Boy's first official full-length. It was their transition from being guys in a living room to...guys in a living room with a real record. It's also the release that gave the world "Saturdays" and "Grand Theft Autumn," FOB's first truly great songs. It was a time of ultimate potential. If this is your answer, chances are you're a smart cookie, looking to find your way in this world. You're open to experimentation. You believe in yourself more than you used to. You're sitting pretty and comforting to be around. Good for you!

Fall Out Boy during 2005 Vans Warped Tour - Fall Out Boy Portrait Session at Germain Amphitheatre in Columbus, Ohio, United S

'From Under the Cork Tree' Era

'From Under the Cork Tree' is an important record in Fall Out Boy's career the same way 'Three Cheers for Sweet Revenge' broke My Chemical Romance: It was the album that defined their sound, for a moment, and separated them from the rest of the young rock bands at the time. FUTCT boasts of "Sugar, We're Goin' Down" and "Dance, Dance," FOB's first radio tunes. If this is your answer, you're an intelligent youngin' and the world is your oyster! You're super talented and people are starting to learn that about you. Just don't let it go to your head, buddy!

BURBANK, CA - DECEMBER 09: (L-R) Musicians Joe Trohman, Andy Hurley, Pete Wentz and Patrick Stump of Fall Out Boy appear at r

'Infinity On High' / 'Folie à Deux' Era

These two albums, released one year after the other, marked an interesting time in Fall Out Boy's career. They'd just made their major label/mainstream debut with 'From Under the Cork Tree' and were eager to sustain that fame without falling under the pressures of big business. FOB were able to secure total creative control, an impressive feat that leaves weaker bands in the dust. If this is your answer, you're probably a strong-willed person, someone creative who knows how to hold their own. A true individual!

THE TONIGHT SHOW WITH JAY LENO -- Episode 4455 -- Pictured: Paul Drinkwater/NBC/NBCU Photo Bank via Getty Images)

'Save Rock and Roll' Era

In 2013, it seemed like rock music had been completely erased from the charts. It was pop and hip hop's time to shine. Fall Out Boy wouldn't go out without a fight, releasing an album that married a variety of genres while defending that classic guitar rock sound. If this is your answer, you're a mature, inventive person, one willing to fight for what you believe in. What could be better?

'American Beauty/American Psycho' Era

Modern Fall Out Boy! 'American Beauty/American Psycho' is the band's latest triumph, one that has completely and totally propelled them out of the pop-punk scene into an incredible, arena rockin' pop act. If this is your answer, you're the kind of person born for success. You change, you develop, but at the end of the day, you know who you are, what you want and how to get it. Doesn't sound half bad, huh?


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7 / 10

Pick a 'Simpsons' character

'An Evening Out With Your Girlfriend' Era

Everyone remembers their first time. Fall Out Boy's was 'An Evening Out With Your Girlfriend,' their delightful bratty nine song debut loaded with impossibly long song titles and anti-adolescent sentiment. If this is the result you got, you're probably a fun-loving, go-with-the-flow kind of person. If someone needs a pal to join them on a night out, you bring the party. That excitable spirit is a super power!

'Take This to Your Grave' Era

'Take This to Your Grave' is Fall Out Boy's first official full-length. It was their transition from being guys in a living room to...guys in a living room with a real record. It's also the release that gave the world "Saturdays" and "Grand Theft Autumn," FOB's first truly great songs. It was a time of ultimate potential. If this is your answer, chances are you're a smart cookie, looking to find your way in this world. You're open to experimentation. You believe in yourself more than you used to. You're sitting pretty and comforting to be around. Good for you!

Fall Out Boy during 2005 Vans Warped Tour - Fall Out Boy Portrait Session at Germain Amphitheatre in Columbus, Ohio, United S

'From Under the Cork Tree' Era

'From Under the Cork Tree' is an important record in Fall Out Boy's career the same way 'Three Cheers for Sweet Revenge' broke My Chemical Romance: It was the album that defined their sound, for a moment, and separated them from the rest of the young rock bands at the time. FUTCT boasts of "Sugar, We're Goin' Down" and "Dance, Dance," FOB's first radio tunes. If this is your answer, you're an intelligent youngin' and the world is your oyster! You're super talented and people are starting to learn that about you. Just don't let it go to your head, buddy!

BURBANK, CA - DECEMBER 09: (L-R) Musicians Joe Trohman, Andy Hurley, Pete Wentz and Patrick Stump of Fall Out Boy appear at r

'Infinity On High' / 'Folie à Deux' Era

These two albums, released one year after the other, marked an interesting time in Fall Out Boy's career. They'd just made their major label/mainstream debut with 'From Under the Cork Tree' and were eager to sustain that fame without falling under the pressures of big business. FOB were able to secure total creative control, an impressive feat that leaves weaker bands in the dust. If this is your answer, you're probably a strong-willed person, someone creative who knows how to hold their own. A true individual!

THE TONIGHT SHOW WITH JAY LENO -- Episode 4455 -- Pictured: Paul Drinkwater/NBC/NBCU Photo Bank via Getty Images)

'Save Rock and Roll' Era

In 2013, it seemed like rock music had been completely erased from the charts. It was pop and hip hop's time to shine. Fall Out Boy wouldn't go out without a fight, releasing an album that married a variety of genres while defending that classic guitar rock sound. If this is your answer, you're a mature, inventive person, one willing to fight for what you believe in. What could be better?

'American Beauty/American Psycho' Era

Modern Fall Out Boy! 'American Beauty/American Psycho' is the band's latest triumph, one that has completely and totally propelled them out of the pop-punk scene into an incredible, arena rockin' pop act. If this is your answer, you're the kind of person born for success. You change, you develop, but at the end of the day, you know who you are, what you want and how to get it. Doesn't sound half bad, huh?


7 / 10
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8 / 10

You walk into a party full of strangers. What's your first move?

'An Evening Out With Your Girlfriend' Era

Everyone remembers their first time. Fall Out Boy's was 'An Evening Out With Your Girlfriend,' their delightful bratty nine song debut loaded with impossibly long song titles and anti-adolescent sentiment. If this is the result you got, you're probably a fun-loving, go-with-the-flow kind of person. If someone needs a pal to join them on a night out, you bring the party. That excitable spirit is a super power!

'Take This to Your Grave' Era

'Take This to Your Grave' is Fall Out Boy's first official full-length. It was their transition from being guys in a living room to...guys in a living room with a real record. It's also the release that gave the world "Saturdays" and "Grand Theft Autumn," FOB's first truly great songs. It was a time of ultimate potential. If this is your answer, chances are you're a smart cookie, looking to find your way in this world. You're open to experimentation. You believe in yourself more than you used to. You're sitting pretty and comforting to be around. Good for you!

Fall Out Boy during 2005 Vans Warped Tour - Fall Out Boy Portrait Session at Germain Amphitheatre in Columbus, Ohio, United S

'From Under the Cork Tree' Era

'From Under the Cork Tree' is an important record in Fall Out Boy's career the same way 'Three Cheers for Sweet Revenge' broke My Chemical Romance: It was the album that defined their sound, for a moment, and separated them from the rest of the young rock bands at the time. FUTCT boasts of "Sugar, We're Goin' Down" and "Dance, Dance," FOB's first radio tunes. If this is your answer, you're an intelligent youngin' and the world is your oyster! You're super talented and people are starting to learn that about you. Just don't let it go to your head, buddy!

BURBANK, CA - DECEMBER 09: (L-R) Musicians Joe Trohman, Andy Hurley, Pete Wentz and Patrick Stump of Fall Out Boy appear at r

'Infinity On High' / 'Folie à Deux' Era

These two albums, released one year after the other, marked an interesting time in Fall Out Boy's career. They'd just made their major label/mainstream debut with 'From Under the Cork Tree' and were eager to sustain that fame without falling under the pressures of big business. FOB were able to secure total creative control, an impressive feat that leaves weaker bands in the dust. If this is your answer, you're probably a strong-willed person, someone creative who knows how to hold their own. A true individual!

THE TONIGHT SHOW WITH JAY LENO -- Episode 4455 -- Pictured: Paul Drinkwater/NBC/NBCU Photo Bank via Getty Images)

'Save Rock and Roll' Era

In 2013, it seemed like rock music had been completely erased from the charts. It was pop and hip hop's time to shine. Fall Out Boy wouldn't go out without a fight, releasing an album that married a variety of genres while defending that classic guitar rock sound. If this is your answer, you're a mature, inventive person, one willing to fight for what you believe in. What could be better?

'American Beauty/American Psycho' Era

Modern Fall Out Boy! 'American Beauty/American Psycho' is the band's latest triumph, one that has completely and totally propelled them out of the pop-punk scene into an incredible, arena rockin' pop act. If this is your answer, you're the kind of person born for success. You change, you develop, but at the end of the day, you know who you are, what you want and how to get it. Doesn't sound half bad, huh?


8 / 10
9
9 / 10

Pick a beverage

'An Evening Out With Your Girlfriend' Era

Everyone remembers their first time. Fall Out Boy's was 'An Evening Out With Your Girlfriend,' their delightful bratty nine song debut loaded with impossibly long song titles and anti-adolescent sentiment. If this is the result you got, you're probably a fun-loving, go-with-the-flow kind of person. If someone needs a pal to join them on a night out, you bring the party. That excitable spirit is a super power!

'Take This to Your Grave' Era

'Take This to Your Grave' is Fall Out Boy's first official full-length. It was their transition from being guys in a living room to...guys in a living room with a real record. It's also the release that gave the world "Saturdays" and "Grand Theft Autumn," FOB's first truly great songs. It was a time of ultimate potential. If this is your answer, chances are you're a smart cookie, looking to find your way in this world. You're open to experimentation. You believe in yourself more than you used to. You're sitting pretty and comforting to be around. Good for you!

Fall Out Boy during 2005 Vans Warped Tour - Fall Out Boy Portrait Session at Germain Amphitheatre in Columbus, Ohio, United S

'From Under the Cork Tree' Era

'From Under the Cork Tree' is an important record in Fall Out Boy's career the same way 'Three Cheers for Sweet Revenge' broke My Chemical Romance: It was the album that defined their sound, for a moment, and separated them from the rest of the young rock bands at the time. FUTCT boasts of "Sugar, We're Goin' Down" and "Dance, Dance," FOB's first radio tunes. If this is your answer, you're an intelligent youngin' and the world is your oyster! You're super talented and people are starting to learn that about you. Just don't let it go to your head, buddy!

BURBANK, CA - DECEMBER 09: (L-R) Musicians Joe Trohman, Andy Hurley, Pete Wentz and Patrick Stump of Fall Out Boy appear at r

'Infinity On High' / 'Folie à Deux' Era

These two albums, released one year after the other, marked an interesting time in Fall Out Boy's career. They'd just made their major label/mainstream debut with 'From Under the Cork Tree' and were eager to sustain that fame without falling under the pressures of big business. FOB were able to secure total creative control, an impressive feat that leaves weaker bands in the dust. If this is your answer, you're probably a strong-willed person, someone creative who knows how to hold their own. A true individual!

THE TONIGHT SHOW WITH JAY LENO -- Episode 4455 -- Pictured: Paul Drinkwater/NBC/NBCU Photo Bank via Getty Images)

'Save Rock and Roll' Era

In 2013, it seemed like rock music had been completely erased from the charts. It was pop and hip hop's time to shine. Fall Out Boy wouldn't go out without a fight, releasing an album that married a variety of genres while defending that classic guitar rock sound. If this is your answer, you're a mature, inventive person, one willing to fight for what you believe in. What could be better?

'American Beauty/American Psycho' Era

Modern Fall Out Boy! 'American Beauty/American Psycho' is the band's latest triumph, one that has completely and totally propelled them out of the pop-punk scene into an incredible, arena rockin' pop act. If this is your answer, you're the kind of person born for success. You change, you develop, but at the end of the day, you know who you are, what you want and how to get it. Doesn't sound half bad, huh?


9 / 10
10
10 / 10

If you only had one day left on earth, you would...

'An Evening Out With Your Girlfriend' Era

Everyone remembers their first time. Fall Out Boy's was 'An Evening Out With Your Girlfriend,' their delightful bratty nine song debut loaded with impossibly long song titles and anti-adolescent sentiment. If this is the result you got, you're probably a fun-loving, go-with-the-flow kind of person. If someone needs a pal to join them on a night out, you bring the party. That excitable spirit is a super power!

'Take This to Your Grave' Era

'Take This to Your Grave' is Fall Out Boy's first official full-length. It was their transition from being guys in a living room to...guys in a living room with a real record. It's also the release that gave the world "Saturdays" and "Grand Theft Autumn," FOB's first truly great songs. It was a time of ultimate potential. If this is your answer, chances are you're a smart cookie, looking to find your way in this world. You're open to experimentation. You believe in yourself more than you used to. You're sitting pretty and comforting to be around. Good for you!

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'From Under the Cork Tree' Era

'From Under the Cork Tree' is an important record in Fall Out Boy's career the same way 'Three Cheers for Sweet Revenge' broke My Chemical Romance: It was the album that defined their sound, for a moment, and separated them from the rest of the young rock bands at the time. FUTCT boasts of "Sugar, We're Goin' Down" and "Dance, Dance," FOB's first radio tunes. If this is your answer, you're an intelligent youngin' and the world is your oyster! You're super talented and people are starting to learn that about you. Just don't let it go to your head, buddy!

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'Infinity On High' / 'Folie à Deux' Era

These two albums, released one year after the other, marked an interesting time in Fall Out Boy's career. They'd just made their major label/mainstream debut with 'From Under the Cork Tree' and were eager to sustain that fame without falling under the pressures of big business. FOB were able to secure total creative control, an impressive feat that leaves weaker bands in the dust. If this is your answer, you're probably a strong-willed person, someone creative who knows how to hold their own. A true individual!

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'Save Rock and Roll' Era

In 2013, it seemed like rock music had been completely erased from the charts. It was pop and hip hop's time to shine. Fall Out Boy wouldn't go out without a fight, releasing an album that married a variety of genres while defending that classic guitar rock sound. If this is your answer, you're a mature, inventive person, one willing to fight for what you believe in. What could be better?

'American Beauty/American Psycho' Era

Modern Fall Out Boy! 'American Beauty/American Psycho' is the band's latest triumph, one that has completely and totally propelled them out of the pop-punk scene into an incredible, arena rockin' pop act. If this is your answer, you're the kind of person born for success. You change, you develop, but at the end of the day, you know who you are, what you want and how to get it. Doesn't sound half bad, huh?


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