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Sep 5, 2011

REVIEW [excerpt]: Blink-182 at Comfort Dental Amphitheatre

"...Luckily, the audience was only subjected to twenty-minutes of advertisement hell between the first two sets, and My Chemical Romance walked onto a dark stage just after 8 p.m. Opening with "Na Na Na." The high-drama band seemed a bit toned down and understandably; with just under 45-minutes to get in and out, there wasn't much room for its usual sci-fi, Queen-inspired thematic fanfare. 

​Still, pretty-haired lead singer Gerard Way had plenty of time for his signature mopey microphone stand leans and forlorn glances during songs like "The Kids From Yesterday," "Teenagers" and "S/C/A/R/E/C/R/O/W." Way has an inherent, Billy Corgan martyrdom-air about him -- which actually translates to a sincere connection to his audience from his position on stage.  

Between the fake fog and epic synth lines, Way mentioned the anniversary of his marriage to his wife Lyn-z (whom he donned an air-brushed unicorn shirt in honor of) at a Denver show backstage four years ago, before going into "Helena." My Chemical Romance closed with "Cancer," the set moving quickly, flawlessly and fairly uneventfully."

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