Make America Psycho Again

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Make America Psycho Again
Make America Psycho Again cover.png
Remix album by Fall Out Boy
Released October 30, 2015
Recorded 2014–15
Genre Hip hop[1][2][3]
Length 41:07
Producer Eric Wong (exec.)
Fall Out Boy chronology
American Beauty/American Psycho
(2015)American Beauty/American Psycho2015
Make America Psycho Again

Make America Psycho Again is the first remix album by Fall Out Boy, released on October 30, 2015.[4] The album is a remix of the band's original album American Beauty/American Psycho, with a different rapper on each song. The album drew in over 13,000 equivalent copies in the United States its debut week,[5] the title alludes to "Make America Great Again", the campaign slogan used by then-presidential candidate Donald Trump during the 2016 election cycle.[1] The album art features the same face-painted boy from the original album holding a sparkler, the cover also has a red tint on the photo.


Promotional singles[edit]

The album was preceded by four promotional singles; "Irresistible" featuring American hip hop-trap trio Migos was released on October 23, 2015.[6] "American Beauty/American Psycho" featuring American hip hop recording artist ASAP Ferg was released on October 26, 2015.[7] "The Kids Aren't Alright" featuring American rapper, singer and songwriter Azealia Banks was released on October 27, 2015.[8] "Uma Thurman" featuring American rapper, songwriter and actor Wiz Khalifa was released on October 28, 2015.[9] The "Uma Thurman" remix was previously released in January 2015 for the Boys of Zummer tour.[10]

Track listing[edit]

No. Title Writer(s) Producer(s) Length
1. "Irresistible" (featuring Migos)
2. "American Beauty/American Psycho" (featuring ASAP Ferg)
  • S.A.
  • Tony Fadd[a]
3. "Centuries" (featuring Juicy J)
  • J.R. Rotem
  • Omega[b]
4. "The Kids Aren't Alright" (featuring Azealia Banks)
  • Wentz
  • Stump
  • Trohman
  • Hurley
  • Azealia Banks
  • Kevin James
  • Sinclair
  • Kenneth Smith[a]
5. "Uma Thurman" (featuring Wiz Khalifa)
6. "Jet Pack Blues" (featuring Big K.R.I.T.)
  • Sinclair
  • Childish Major[a]
7. "Novocaine" (featuring Uzi)
  • Wentz
  • Stump
  • Trohman
  • Hurley
  • Uzi
  • Sinclair
  • Casa Di[a]
8. "Fourth of July" (featuring OG Maco)
  • Wentz
  • Stump
  • Trohman
  • Hurley
  • Sinclair
  • Ryan Lott
  • Benedict Chiajulam Ihesiaba, Jr.
  • Sinclair
  • Bobby Johnson[a]
9. "Favorite Record" (featuring ILoveMakonnen)
  • Sinclair
  • Fadd[a]
10. "Immortals" (featuring Black Thought)
  • Wentz
  • Stump
  • Trohman
  • Hurley
  • Butch Walker
  • B Wheezy Beats[a]
11. "Twin Skeleton's (Hotel in NYC)" (featuring Joey Badass)
  • Sinclair
  • Zaytoven[a]


Chart (2015) Peak
UK Albums (OCC)[13] 88
US Billboard 200[14] 107


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