Fall Out Boy are back and better than ever. After the success of their previous major-label debut album, Under the Cork Tree, the Chicago punk-rockers have returned with their fourth album and second major-label release. Infinity On High is a collection of 14 fantastic tracks. This time, the quartet - who were nominated for a Grammy Award for Best New Artist in 2005 - are less pop and have experimented with more punk and hip hop elements. Most tunes feature clever, sing-along choruses, catchy melodies and captivating guitar riffs. None of them disappoint. Lead vocalist Stump wrote most of the songs on this album. He has a remarkably soulful voice and extensive vocal range, especially in You're Crashing, But You're No Wave, which is about a court hearing. With Thriller, the album begins with an energetic intro from label boss and rap producer Jay-Z. The bold This Ain't A Scene, It's An Arms Race, with its mind-blowing beats, catchy lyrics and a dollop of hip hop, is the best song on the album.