Ranking All of the Fall Out Boy Albums, From Worst to Best

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When it comes to Fall Out Boy albums, there's plenty to discuss. They helped shape the sound of modern alternative music, and that's no easy feat. While we anxiously await their upcoming project this week, there's nothing left to do to celebrate the band, but to reassess their expansive catalog of music. Here's our ranking of the full catalog of Fall Out Boy albums, from worst to best.

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7. 'Mania' (2018)

Top Songs: "The Last of the Real Ones," "HOLD ME TIGHT OR DON'T," "Champion"

Before their newest release in March 2023, Fall Out Boy's latest prior studio album was back in 2018, called Mania. While this had a few heaters on it, it's safe to say it wasn't their best. Worry not, we've got the remaining catalog ahead, which highlights the band's very best work, dating all the way back to 2003.

6. 'American Beauty/American Psycho' (2015)

Top Songs: "Centuries," "Uma Thurman," "Immortals," "Irresistible"

In 2015, Fall Out Boy reminded listeners everywhere that they weren't playing around at all. They showed how they never lost their magic touch, despite how common that is in the realm on music and entertainment in general. "Centuries," "Uma Thurman," "Immortals," and "Irresistible" were just a few of these particular reminders that got listeners hip to the later evolution of Fall Out Boy.

5. 'Take This to Your Grave' (2003)

Top Songs: "Grand Theft Autumn / Where Is Your Boy," "Dead On Arrival," "Saturday"

For their first studio album ever, Fall Out Boy continued their hot-streak with Take This to Your Grave way back in 2003. Twenty years later, songs like "Grand Theft Autumn / Where Is Your Boy," "Dead On Arrival," and "Saturday" are still gracing listeners' playlists across the globe.

4. 'Save Rock and Roll' (2013)

Top Songs: "My Songs Know What You Did In The Dark," "The Phoenix," "Alone Together," "Just One Yesterday"

In 2015, Fall Out Boy dropped off a studio album that would further their legendary status in music, and would further expand their audience exponentially. With hits like "My Songs Know What You Did In The Dark," "The Phoenix," "Alone Together," and "Just One Yesterday," how couldn't this album be a smash-hit?

3. 'Folie à Deux' (2008)

Top Songs: "I Don't Care," "What A Catch, Donnie," "America's Suitehearts"

In 2008, Fall Out Boy fans were blessed up with a brand new album from the band, their fourth studio album to be exact. With classic vibes like "I Don't Care," "What A Catch, Donnie," and "America's Suitehearts," this album reserved a top-spot in the hearts of their biggest fans, and the number three spot on our list of the best Fall Out Boy albums.

2. 'Infinity on High' (2007)

Top Songs: "Thnks fr th Mmrs," "This Ain't A Scene, It's An Arms Race," "The Takeover, The Break's Over"

At the number two spot on our list of the greatest Fall Out Boy albums ever, we've got their third studio album from back in 2007, Infinity on High. This is an absolutely quintessential Fall Out Boy album, to say the least. Talk about hits: "Thnks fr th Mmrs," "This Ain't A Scene, It's An Arms Race," and "The Takeover, The Break's Over," just to name a few.

1. 'From Under the Cork Tree' (2005)

Top Songs: "Sugar, We're Going Down," "Dance, Dance," "Our Lawyer Made Us Change The Name Of This Song So We Wouldn't Get Sued," "A Little Less Sixteen Candles, A Little More 'Touch Me'"

At the number one spot on our list of the greatest Fall Out Boy albums, we've got an incredibly classic piece of music from the world-renowned band, their debut album from all the way back in 2005, From Under the Cork Tree. This was their second studio album, and proved to be arguably their greatest work ever. They helped to define the sound of the 2000's, which is well-deserving of fans' praise.

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