Fall Out Boy’s second greatest hits collection finds them in much fitter shape than their first. While Believers Never Die volume one (released 10 years ago, almost to the day) was filled with the emo enormosingles that allowed the band to swap Chicago’s box clubs for MTV, its release came just days before the confused announcement of the band’s 2009 hiatus, with it later became apparent that all four members needed a time-out from a set-up that was beginning to turn toxic.
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