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Sep 30, 2011

REVIEW [excerpt]: Blink-182 shows there’s musicianship behind those antics

"...It also wouldn’t feel right if My Chemical Romance didn’t dive headlong into the bombast — which they did. Songs from their albums The Black Parade and their more recent Danger Days: The True Lives of the Fabulous Killjoys had plenty of opportunities for lead singer Gerard Way to show a theatrical style of performing.

However, Danger Days has also seemed to refocus MCR into more of a rock band and less of a group that’s possibly too highly devoted to its concepts. Danger Days was in itself a concept album, but with songs that were more direct and less about being part of a story.

As a result, songs from that album like “Na Na Na (Na Na Na Na Na Na Na Na Na)” and “Planetary (Go!)” would never seem out of place at any point in a show, and served in this case as good openers.

The group has undergone a difficult but expedient change recently, as drummer Michael Pedicone was fired from the group for theft. However, his replacement Jarrod Alexander has taken over without any noticeable change — his style fits in well."

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