Take This To Your Grave
reunited the band with producer Sean O'Keefe, who also helped them with their demo. (He went on to produce the Plain White T's hit "Hey There Delilah
.") O'Keefe had his work cut out for him with Fall Out Boy - especially with Stump and Wentz fighting over each song. Stump only cared about the rhythm of the words and his ability to sing them, while Wentz was focused on the meaning. "They would go through 10 revisions for one song," O'Keefe told Alternative Press
in 2013. "I thought I was going to lose my mind with both of them, but then they would find it and it would be fantastic."