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""The Take Over, the Breaks Over"" (rendered with quotation marks as part of its title on the album track listing) is a song by American rock band Fall Out Boy and the third single from their third studio album Infinity on High (2007). The music composition was inspired by vocalist and guitarist Patrick Stump's love of David Bowie, specifically the song "Rebel Rebel"; the lyrics were penned by bassist Pete Wentz. The song's title is a reference to Jay-Z's 2001 song "Takeover". The single found its greatest success in Australia, peaking at No. 17 on the singles chart there and finishing at No. 90 on the year-end chart.

The song's music video won a Canadian MuchMusic Video Award for People's Choice: Favorite International Video, beating Flo Rida, Kanye West, Rihanna, and Timbaland.<ref>Much Music Video Awards Winners 2008: Peoples Choice: Favourite International Video MuchMusic. Retrieved January 6, 2012.</ref> It was also nominated for Best International Video – Group at the ceremony but lost to Linkin Park's "Bleed It Out".<ref name="MMMV08 nom">Much Music Video Awards Winners 2008: Best International Video - Group MuchMusic. Retrieved January 6, 2012.</ref>

""The Take Over, the Breaks Over"" features two guitar solos performed by guest guitarists Ryan Ross (formerly from Panic! at the Disco) and Chad Gilbert (from New Found Glory).

It was also released as a 7" vinyl in countries including the UK.<ref>Take Over the Breaks Over [UK 7" Allmusic. Retrieved August 13, 2011.</ref>

The song is featured on the Nintendo DS game, Guitar Hero: On Tour Decades. It is also featured as a downloadable song for Guitar Hero 5.

This song was also featured in the fourth episode of season 5 of One Tree Hill, "It's Alright, Ma (I'm Only Bleeding)".


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""The Take Over, the Breaks Over"" (rendered with quotation marks as part of its title on the album track listing) is a song by American rock band Fall Out Boy and the third single from their third studio album Infinity on High (2007). The music composition was inspired by vocalist and guitarist Patrick Stump's love of David Bowie, specifically the song "Rebel Rebel"; the lyrics were penned by bassist Pete Wentz. The song's title is a reference to Jay-Z's 2001 song "Takeover". The single found its greatest success in Australia, peaking at No. 17 on the singles chart there and finishing at No. 90 on the year-end chart.

The song's music video won a Canadian MuchMusic Video Award for People's Choice: Favorite International Video, beating Flo Rida, Kanye West, Rihanna, and Timbaland.<ref>Much Music Video Awards Winners 2008: Peoples Choice: Favourite International Video MuchMusic. Retrieved January 6, 2012.</ref> It was also nominated for Best International Video – Group at the ceremony but lost to Linkin Park's "Bleed It Out".<ref name="MMMV08 nom">Much Music Video Awards Winners 2008: Best International Video - Group MuchMusic. Retrieved January 6, 2012.</ref>

""The Take Over, the Breaks Over"" features two guitar solos performed by guest guitarists Ryan Ross (formerly from Panic! at the Disco) and Chad Gilbert (from New Found Glory).

It was also released as a 7" vinyl in countries including the UK.<ref>Take Over the Breaks Over [UK 7" Allmusic. Retrieved August 13, 2011.</ref>

The song is featured on the Nintendo DS game, Guitar Hero: On Tour Decades. It is also featured as a downloadable song for Guitar Hero 5.

This song was also featured in the fourth episode of season 5 of One Tree Hill, "It's Alright, Ma (I'm Only Bleeding)".


The Take Over, the Breaks Over sections
Intro  Music  Track listing  Music video  Chart performance  Charts  Release history  References  External links  

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