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Fall Out Boy stays grounded despite skyrocketing fame

By Joan Anderman
Globe Staff / October 7, 2005

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Pete Wentz, bassist, lyricist, and de facto spokesman for this year's punk-pop pinups Fall Out Boy, is yelling and worried. He's yelling over the ear-splitting roar of a rock band sound-checking at the State Theater in Detroit, and he's worried that a reporter won't hear what he's saying. Wentz has a lot to say. (Full article: 1197 words)

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