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When emo rockers Fall Out Boy disbanded nearly four years ago, it felt like the predictable petering out of the whole coif-driven genre. The raw, melodic group that formed out of the hoodie-wearing Chicago club scene seemed to have gone Hollywood, its radio-friendly sound turned vacuous. It's no wonder, then, that when band members announced a reunion this spring they also admitted that they weren't sure whether anyone cared anymore. But the band's newest album, "Save Rock and Roll" did well, and the arena tour accompanying it is moving a surprising number of tickets, with several sold-out dates. At the Patriot Center.