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“I guess when they ask if rock music is back…” ponders Pete Wentz onstage, surveying the sold-out crowd during Fall Out Boy​’s hit-filled set this evening, ​“75,000 fucking people in London are saying, ​‘Fuck yes!’” Indeed, not only has our beloved genre made quite the comeback in the three years since FOB announced their plans to hit the road with Green Day and Weezer in stadiums, but given ...

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