|1.||I Brought You My Bullets, You Brought Me Your Love|
If you're searching for a dose of party music, you won't find it on I Brought You My Bullets, You Brought Me Your Love. Lyrically, this debut album by the outstanding (and my favorite) band, My Chemical Romance, is definitely on the darker side. Lyrics like "The amount of pills i'm taking, counteracts the booze i'm drinking", from Honey, This Mirror Isn't Big Enough For The Two Of Us, and "I think i'll love to die alone" from Cubicles, are typical of the New Jersey band's less than rosy outlook. But like so many angst-ridden alternative rock/emo bands who have begun to emerge since the early 2000's, My Chemical Romance knows how to exuberant and introspective at the same time. Musically, the tend to be aggressive and hard-rocking, but lyrically, they're all about introspection. Produced by Thursday's lead singer, Geoff Rickly, this album is a generally phenomonal effort - one that deals with a lot of negative emotions, and does so in a very candid way. Some might find the lyrics depressing, but then again, rock music isn't necessary obligated to appease to positive outlooks 24/7. Saddness, pessimism, anger, disillusionment - none of which are difficult to find on this album - are like happiness, pleasure, and optimism. Imore...
Brought You My Bullets, You Brought Me Your Love, doesn't fall short of exceptional, and is a noteworthy, generally respectable debut for the New Jersey combo.
|2.||my chemical romance|
i used 2 love mcr...their first 2 albums r the coolest!! however...i was kinda disappointed with 'The Black Parade'. i mean, c'mon let's all just jump on the band wagon of concept albums!! they used 2 have an individual sound and individual ideas...but now.....grr. and the fact that gerard way cut off his hair and dyed it blonde!!! *tear tear* i personally believe that mcr r crappy sellouts! but thats just my opnion. i hope that if they do release another album, that they go back 2 their original sound.
"I brought you my bullets, you brought me your love" and "Three cheers for sweet revenge" are mcr's first 2 albums and they r WAY better than "The black parade" all concept albums have turned out 2 be crappy!! (yes i am talking about green day and good charlotte......stupid fucking sellouts.... and now my chemical romance have jumped on the fucking band wagon SELLOUTS)
|3.||my chemical romance|
A "violent pop" (as the band itself says)band that makes really good music. People may say oh they're so emo. Well, I'd like to see you fucking prove it! They make music that saves lives! Most people haven't updated lately so I'll fill you in ;)more...
We all know the band members(if you don't, why the fuck are you looking them up?)
and Bob Bryar
Five fucking awesome guys that have souls unlike some of these media washed up fucktards that try to make good music.
I Brought You My Bullets, You Brought Me Your Love
Three Cheers For Sweet Revenge
and the latest addition,
The Black Parade
The band's music style has changed quite a bit in sound but they still rock all the same. The new CD is well worth having! I can always come home from a bad day and blast MCR from my speakers and feel like nothing can stop me when I finish all three CDs (even though only one song will still do the job)
So, all you ridiculing dip shits and hippocrates can shut up because you know, no other band in the world can amount to MCR and what they stand for (Mcr is = to Metallica in my book) Just not a legend yet cuz they've only been around a few years but when the days comes that they stop playing beacuse they've grown old... that's the day that they live on by word of fans and the CDs will still play everywhere
|4.||Skylines and Turnstiles|
The first My Chemical Romance song written by Gerard Way. Inspired by the 9/11 incident, in which Gerard witnessed. It's the seventh track on their first album, "I Brought You My Bullets, You Brought Me Your Love"
Did you know Skylines and Turnstiles was MCR's first song?
I brought you my bullets, you brought me your love - the first my chemical romance CD.
MCR fan: I'd like to buy the CD IBYMBYBMYL
Shopmanager: Ehhh.. I don't think i have that...
MCR fan: DAMN! WHY DOESN'T ANYBODY HAVE THAT CD!? *sadface*
The last track on my chemical romance's firt album "i brought you my bullets you brought me your love" a demolition lover is someone who is willing to do anything for the one they love. be willing to die for love, protect thy lover from anything even vampires. the main story behind this cd is two lovers die and one must kill 10,000 evil men if he ever wants to see his lover again. it ends with them both being shot down in the desert.
they are such demolition lovers
|7.||Three Cheers For Sweet Revenge|
My Chemical Romance's 2002 debut, was a particularly strident entry in that shifty genre of bands, slamming together elements of emo, hardcore, and even metal. Rightly signed to a larger label (In this case, Reprise Records), MCR has returned in 2004 with Three Cheers For Sweet Revenge. With the aid of production major-leaguer, Howard Benson, they've edited the slightly rookie excesses of the band's first album. This resulting in a pretty damn good relentless product. Ghosts wander in this Sweet Revenge, and the blood-stained lovers on it's cover are no joke. ".....Throttle the ignition, Would I die for you, Well here's you answer in spades.....Got you in my sights", singer Gerard Way wails in Hang 'Em High. There is also a cinematic concepting here - The story of a man, a woman, and the corpses of a thousand evil men... the liners intone. You Know What They Do To Guys Like Us In Prison begins, "In the middle of a gunfight, in the center of a restaurant, they say come with your arms raised high". The cut is claustrophobic, messy, and juiced with adrenaline, like the Tokyo crime caper shootout, it was probably inspired by. Picture antiheroes leaping sideways with twin pistols blaring - in slow motion of course - and you've almost got it. Put an old "At the drive - in" record in the background, and suddenly you're shot in the arm, and down to your last clip. This cd combines treble - kicking production, constant hyperness, "Get to the next note now" instrumentatio...more...