Fall Out Boy’s Anniversary Vinyl Version of Album ‘Infinity On High’ Sells Out

American rock band Fall Out Boy’s Infinity On High vinyl release, is already a sell-out, and fans who missed out are in despair.


The Success Of Infinity On High

Fall Out Boy started out in Wilmette, Illinois, in 2001. Members of the band include Patrick Stump, Pete Wentz, Joe Trohman, and Andy Hurley.

The Infinity On High album marked Fall out Boy’s first time debuting at No. 1 on Billboard 200. It went on to chart in the top 5 worldwide. The album even features in the top 50 best-selling albums that year.

Much to the dismay of many fans, however, the version is already sold out and no longer available.

Band member Pete Wentz in a blog post revealed the album’s meaning on its 10th anniversary back in 2017.


Terming the album as “transitional” he wrote: “it was odd how everything was changing, but it felt like we were in a time capsule”.

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Announcement For The Vinyl Version, Availability and Price

Now, 15 years after the major success of their album Infinity On High, the band has announced the release of its vinyl version.

They announced the news of this limited edition special release on Friday the 15th of July.

The version consists of two types of glittered vinyl in blue.  

The group’s Twitter account tweeted a joke referencing the sheep on the original cover. They revealed it as the designer for this version,

 “We let Franklin design this limited edition 2 lp glitter vinyl to celebrate the 15th anniversary of Infinity On High… nailed it.”

The limited edition pressing on the Fall Out Boy

website was selling at a price of $40.

The version now remains sold out across all platforms even U Discover Music.

With the vinyl version no longer available enthusiastic fans‘ reactions show a mixture of both excitement and discontent. Many missed buying the version before it sold out while the ones that did are counting their lucky stars.   

The anniversary edition is the incredibly successful album’s eighth pressing after the previous six times before.


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