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Apparently, I wasn't the only one who felt that way, which was great.
Neil Avron did an awesome job with us, but that was a sound and an era, and I didn't think that it was a good idea to redo it.
It was nice to hear a member of my band - and my whole band - say that they value what I do and wanted me to do it more."Were you surprised? But then I know Patrick very well, because he's a thoughtful dude. Patrick said, 'If would be a waste to not have you do what you do in this band.' The hiatus was good for us because we all got to go out and do other things, and our individual levels of self-confidence improved."That was one part of the conversation.
Another part, which went into New York at our manager's apartment, was the idea of working with another producer.
He really gave everybody a unique voice in the studio.
Butch Walker is awesome with that, among other things he's awesome at.[Laughs] I understand that a lot of that came down on Pete - he's been the most 'celebrity-type' guy in the band.But he has a kid, and he's kind of taking it easy now.The gear-obsessed picker is elated over a recent acquisition for one of his amps."I just got an attenuator! The group members quickly immersed themselves in new projects, with Trohman and Hurley forming the metal supergroup The Damned Things (the band also includes Anthrax's Scott Ian and Rob Caggiano, along with Every Time I Die's Keith Buckley and Josh Newton). After a while, I was enjoying how things were going with The Damned Things. Even with The Damned Things, when everybody went back to their other bands, I thought, 'I'll do something else.
Problem is, they're so underused that you have to look around. It sounds awesome, but we just can't get an appropriate decibel level out of it.And it was about realizing that, if you were the odd man out in the band on something, maybe you need to think about why you're the odd man out. So we're getting past all of that and trying very hard to talk to each other. I have a studio at home - I'm in New York City now - and I would get inspired by sounds, and I'd build things. Over the course of a year, we had over 200 songs in all and narrowed them down. We should work on that.' We're also really close with our managers, and we bring them in and play them ideas.It's way better than it used to be."So much of what you're saying reminds be of George Harrison, a massively talented songwriter fighting to be heard in The Beatles."I've gotten that before, and it's… In no way can I compare myself to George Harrison - or Fall Out Boy to The Beatles - but there's that similar dynamic, yeah. Ultimately, though, it comes down to us."What guitars did you use for recording? I use my signature Squier a lot, which is awesome - I fucking love it. Then there's a Wayne Kramer Strat, which is really cool.Apparently, Elton John, without knowing that we were making a record, said that he liked Fall Out Boy.