As the vanguard of one of pop rock's most iconic troupes to date, Patrick Stump, lead singer of legendary alt-rock band Fall Out Boy, has been considered a linchpin for pushing emo to the mainstream.

Since his garage band beginnings in the early '00s, Stump's high-lyric tenor and distinguished falsetto helped illuminate the group's punk rock ferocity, bagged the band a Best New Artist nod at the 2006 Grammy Awards and created a collection of unforgettable tunes that inspired an entire generation of underdogs and music lovers alike. Our tribute, above, encompasses the rocker's most powerful vocal showings throughout his career with FOB, from acoustic variants of their angst-heavy hits "Sugar We're Going Down" and "Thnks fr th Mmrs" to crowd-sweeping performances of "Centuries" and "Uma Thurman."

Check out Patrick Stump's best live vocals, above. Did we catch your favorite Fall Out Boy vocal moments in the vid? If we missed any, share your faves in the comments below.

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