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Sep 14, 2011

REVIEW: [excerpt]: blink-182 and My Chemical Romance go from sophomoric to soaring at Blossom Music Center

In sharp contrast, My Chemical Romance flaunted lofty ambitions galore during its thoroughly entertaining 50-minute performance.

With a flair for the theatrical, the six-piece group focused on material from 2006’s “The Black Parade” and 2010’s “Danger Days: The True Lives of the Fabulous Killjoys,” high-concept albums steeped in glam-rock grandeur. “Na Na Na,” “The Kids from Yesterday” (dedicated to Alternative Press editor Jason Pettigrew), “Welcome to the Black Parade” and other soaring tunes dared you not to sing along.

Frontman Gerard Way, 34, punched the sky, dropped to his knees and belted out “Cancer” with Freddie Mercury-like swagger.

Earlier this month, MCR fired drummer Michael Pedicone for “stealing from the band,” without further explanation. Replacement Jarrod Alexander didn’t miss a beat."

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