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Fall Out Boy future is still in doubt; the Razz.


FALL OUT BOY star Pete Wentz has denied rumours the band are to split, but admitted they have "no future album plans".

Pete, 30, said on Twitter: "This may be the swan song."

However Pete confirmed to MTV News the band aren't planning to split any time soon.

He said: "No, we're not calling it quits, but we've no future album plans right now.

"We can't quit, we're waiting to get fired."

But Pete admitted that he doesn't know what will happen in the future and he isn't sure what the band will be doing next.

He said: "I think it's all in context. There aren't any new Fall Out Boy songs because we don't write music just for the sake of it.

"At the same time, tomorrow maybe we will. We will stop doing Fall Out Boy when it stops being fun.

"Currently, we're about to tour with Blink-182.

"All I meant in the Twitter statement is that if single What a Catch, Donnie was the last statement we made, I would feel content."


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Publication:Daily Record (Glasgow, Scotland)
Date:Jun 25, 2009
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