Moving to the big city to chase your dreams is a classic American story. And every year, thousands of fresh-faced young men and women abandon their small town roots in favor of the uncertainty and chaos of urban life. Dead on Arrival follows naïve newcomers who quickly learn that the city streets are not only teeming with excitement and opportunity, but also riddled with crime and violence. Caught in the hustle of city living, these innocent young adults are set on a dangerous trajectory the moment they set foot in a new city-they are Dead on Arrival - unfortunate victims of their own ambitions and dreams.
Runtime: 60 minutes
Dead on Arrival - Dead on Arrival (song) - Netflix
“Dead on Arrival” is a song by American rock band Fall Out Boy and the first single from their debut full-length album Take This to Your Grave (2003). It was released on blue 7" vinyl by Fueled by Ramen. The song is among the band's earliest compositions, dating to before drummer Andy Hurley joined the band. It was regularly played in concert up until 2013. “Dead on Arrival” was also included on a Kerrang! compilation CD. It is the first track on Fall Out Boy's first greatest hits album, Believers Never Die – Greatest Hits (2009). The song is playable in the game Rock Band.
Dead on Arrival - Music video - Netflix
The music video was made up from various clips of the band performing live and travelling around the U.S. to small venue shows. The band said that the video was supposed to show that they were homesick. Jack Marin (former Cute Is What We Aim For bassist) can be seen for a short period of time in the crowd. The police in the video were The Arlington Heights Police Department and had the show shut down, but Fall Out Boy apologized to them, and thanked them for being in their video. One of the venues in the video is the Knights of Columbus Hall in Arlington Heights, Illinois, where the band regularly played to a small local audience in their early days.
Dead on Arrival - References - Netflix