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Review: My Chemical Romance; The True Lives Of The Fabulous Killjoys

Literally having acquired the album, I thought why not review it. And, to be honest, this is a My Chemical Romance album which strays away from the Black Parade and offers more of what the mainstream want. The album kicks off with an intro called Wake Up Sunshine, which sets the album off well, it seems to suit it, followed by Na Na Na (Na Na Na Na Na Na Na Na Na Na), which is a great song in it's own right. It sets the rock mood well, which is instantly followed by Bulletproof Heart. A slightly slower start to this song, but is really kicks into a great guitar beat. You get the idea of this transition.

There are very few problems with this album, if any. Admittedly, the album could offer more of the old My Chemical Romance, which made them so famous, but as this is a criticism to the band, it doesn't really count as an album drawback.

A great album which people will undoubtedly love. I do, and I'm just annoyed that it took 4 years to come out. Hopefully the next album won't be in the pipeline for as long.

Album Rating: 10/10
Review: My Chemical Romance; The True Lives Of The Fabulous Killjoys Review: My Chemical Romance; The True Lives Of The Fabulous Killjoys Reviewed by Matt Large on Monday, November 22, 2010 Rating: 5

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