Fall Out Boy bassist Pete Wentz spoke with Gigwise about including a duet with controversy magnet Courtney Love on the band's comeback album, Save Rock And Roll. Wentz explained, "I think that it was important, in making an album that's got such an ambitious title about rock and roll, that girls know they have a place in rock and roll besides being coathangers for the dudes or groupies, or whatever. So we wanted to get someone who had a seminal rock and roll voice and who was female, and Courtney literally has that voice. But also, she wrote those lyrics, she's all there."
Wentz admitted that Love's personal behavior over the last decade had overshadowed her musical abilities, saying, "It's unfortunate and I can totally understand and relate to her, because there's lots of times that things that we do get talked about more than the music. There's a really savvy, interesting, creative person there and hopefully there'll be a new Hole song, or new Hole record, or a new Courtney Love record."