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Fall Out Boy’s ‘Take This To Your Grave’ Has Entered The Billboard 200 Chart For The Very First Time

Jack Rogers
Jack Rogers 11 May 2021 at 10.38

18 years later and still making big moves.



On May 06 2003, Fall Out Boy released their debut album 'Take This To Your Grave'. The rest, they say, is history. 

Fast-forward to today and the album continues to inspire and enrich a whole new generation. That has been solidified by the album making its way into the Billboard 200 Chart for the very first time.

It's sitting pretty at 140, just ahead of Metallica's 'Black Album' and The Beatles 'Abbey Road'. Quite the trio.

The album is also currently certified Gold in the US, which is the equivalent of 500,000 sales. 

It feels like the perfect time to revisit some of the album's classic tracks, don't you think?

Here's the lyrical genius of 'Dead On Arrival':



Here's 'Saturday', which still closes out every single FOB show without fail. We hope that will never change:



And, of course, 'Grand Theft Autumn / Where Is Your Boy':


 

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