Exclusive Audio: Fall Out Boy's Pete Wentz Bares His Emo Soul

February 9, 2007 11:55 AM ET

Fall Out Boy's bassist/mouthpiece/teen idol Pete Wentz chews the fat with our Austin Scaggs, covering everything from golf-themed costume parties to his larcenous T-shirt obsession to his conflicting feelings about Panic! at the Disco.

On his friends (and labelmates) Panic! at the Disco: the spectacle of their live shows and his thoughts on being eclipsed by a band he helped break.

Divulging his frustration at finding out the band's new album, Infinity on High, leaked on the Internet prior to its release.

Discussing his massive collection of hoodies.

Revealing his experiences recording the new album with Babyface.

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