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From Under the Cork Tree is the second studio album by American rock band Fall Out Boy. It was released on May 3, 2005, through Island Records as the band’s major label debut. The album was Fall Out Boy’s breakthrough mainstream success. Spearheaded by the lead single “Sugar, We’re Goin Down”, the album debuted at No. 9 on the US Billboard 200 with 68,000 first week sales, a position it stayed at for two non-consecutive weeks, earning the band their first top ten album and becoming their longest charting and best-selling album. Fall Out Boy formed near Chicago, Illinois, in 2001. However, the group suffered a setback in February 2005 after Wentz’s anxieties about creating a new record culminated in a suicide attempt. I was either totally anxious or totally depressed.

It is particularly overwhelming when you are on the cusp of doing something very big and thinking that it will be a big flop. From Under the Cork Tree was recorded in Burbank, California, and served as the first time the band had stayed in California for an extended period of time. The chorus of “Sugar We’re Goin Down” was nearly thrown away by the group’s label, but it was ultimately salvaged. Wentz recalled, “Our label told us the chorus was too wordy and the guitars were too heavy and that the radio wasn’t going to play it. Stump served as the primary composer for From Under the Cork Tree. He said of the album’s musical style: “We experimented quite a bit with all sorts of stuff. But ultimately, your band sounds like your band. On earlier works, Stump collaborated with Wentz on the lyrics.

For From Under the Cork Tree and albums thereafter, Wentz handled all the lyrical duties. He called them “more introspective” than the group’s previous album. Take This To Your Grave was very reactionary,” says Wentz. It was like this person does this to you. The band wanted to create a record that was “a lot more developed,” Wentz said. When we did Take This to Your Grave, we were really young, we had two weeks to do it and it was like, make it or break it, this is your only shot. This time we had more time to sit with the songs and make them work and more of a chance to plan things out. To us, we’re throwing the fight, but we didn’t write a record that’s throwing a fight. The title is taken from a line in the 1936 children’s book The Story of Ferdinand by Munro Leaf, which Wentz was intrigued by.

Critical reaction to From Under the Cork Tree was generally positive. In an extremely positive review of the album, Johnny Loftus of Allmusic said: “Musically, Cork Tree’s first five tracks are relentless, with razor-sharp melodies that seem familiar but sound totally unique at the same time. However, mixed criticism was dealt by reviewers for the band being part of a saturated scene of pop-punk bands. In Rolling Stone’s review, they gave it 3 stars out of 5 saying “FOB’s knack for crafting ginormous, soaring anthems is in full-force: even with its demented, inscrutable lyrics, “Sugar, We’re Goin Down” will likely still be blasting from radios ten years on. Rolling Stone listed it among the “40 Greatest Emo Albums of All Time” in 2016, with Brittany Spanos writing it “changed the course of emo-punk, pop-punk and pop itself with From Under the Cork Tree, which brought the scene mainstream. From Under the Cork Tree debuted at No. 9 on the US Billboard 200 with 68,000 copies sold in its first week. It became the band’s first top 10 effort, as their 2003 album Take This to Your Grave did not chart in the top 200.