This is one of the reviews I just don't and can't see eye-to-eye with. I mean, it might be because the reviewer and I clearly don't have the same taste in music (I've made my point about Justin Beiber on other reviews and Mr. Jackson gave Beiber four stars for one of his albums.) But clearly the reviewer has never really listened to Fall Out Boy, because he describes their pre-haitus style as "bubblegum." As a listener of almost every album they've put out (I know, call me obsessed, but it's catchy and has punny lyrics, which I'm a sucker for), they started with pop punk, then transitioned to alternative rock, then added a little bit of pop-rock/power-pop. Bubblegum is... Justin Beiber. And, just another thing, Pete Wentz... not the lead singer. The main lyricist, yes, but in terms of instruments, he's the bassist. (Patrick Stump's the main vocalist, so I'm still struggling to figure out if this review's bashing the vocal style, which I love and think is stronger than most Autotuned stuff out there, or the actual lyrics). So, just to keep in mind for people reading this review, clearly fact-checking was not very thorough. Sorry, got on a rant there. I'd just prefer that if you're going to be doing a review, negative or positive (but especially negative), you need to fact-check. To not do so seems unprofessional. Now, as for the song itself, I still don't see where the hate is from. It's catchy, and it does actually have an interesting hair-metal-influenced scream in the chorus. I don't hear that too often in pop music. As for the lyrics, they're not necessarily the most deep I've seen from Fall Out Boy, but there are some interesting lines; I like the imagery of "burn everything you love, then burn the ashes." In terms of stuff for parents to worry about, everything that needs to be known is mentioned in the main review, but I don't think that "another pretty vein just dies" is necessarily a drug reference, it could just mean that the aforementioned writer's creativity stopped flowing, which again: interesting imagery. Bottom line: normally I love this site's reviews, but I just don't agree with this one. I'm getting kind of disappointed with the site's music reviews, and it might be because I'm biased, but I think when experimental acts like Fall Out Boy trying out this new sound and fun. in general getting lukewarm reviews compared to the real average synthpop, something's wrong.