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''Believers Never Die – Greatest Hits'' is the first greatest hits compilation album from American rock band Fall Out Boy. The album was released on November 17, 2009 and contains most of the songs they have released as singles throughout their career thus far, as well as several bonus tracks. The first single "Alpha Dog", which was first released as a demo on ''Welcome to the New Administration'', under the name "ALPHAdog and OMEGAlomaniac", was released as a single on October 26, 2009. The album features an original wrap-around illustration by artist Daniel Danger.
A DVD of most of the band's music videos was also released with the album. The DVD also features commentary from the members of the band on each video. The only official videos by Fall Out Boy not included in this DVD are the music videos of "The Carpal Tunnel of Love" and "Alpha Dog".
A music video for "Alpha Dog" was released on the 20th of November, containing snippets of all their previous music videos along with some images of photo shoots, autograph signings and other stuff not seen before on film. The music video opens with Pete Wentz saying that "no one should try this at home..."
The version of "What a Catch, Donnie" on this album features Patrick Stump singing the overture of "Headfirst Slide into Cooperstown on a Bad Bet". The original version of this song featured Elvis Costello singing the part, but was taken out of this release because Fall Out Boy's record company couldn't get a hold of Decca Records in time. - Wikipedia