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Sep 18, 2011

REVIEW [excerpt]: DS Show Review: Blink 182 & My Chemical Romance @ SPAC, NY (09/16/11)

"...Next up were the never disappointing My Chemical Romance. I’ve caught them a few times over the years, and, despite the seemingly endless round of drummer angst, their sets continue to tighten every show. Vocalist Gerard Way sounded amazing and lead guitarist Ray Toro’s sick solo during “Teenagers” is always entertaining. Third effort, “The Black Parade,” show staples, “Mama” and “Welcome to the Black Parade” are epic live. The band recently began busting out “S/C/A/R/E/C/R/O/W” off their latest release, “Danger Days: The True Lives of the Fabulous Killjoys,” and that was a highlight for me. With its Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers-like feel and the gorgeous harmonization in the chorus, the song is perfect for a stadium setting. Unpopular closer, “Cancer,” was an appreciable somber moment for myself and a seated second guitarist Frank Iero as Gerard belted out the emotional lyrics accompanied only by a spotlight and the haunting keyboards of Reggie and the Full Effect / The Get Up Kids’ James DeWees. New touring drummer Jarrod Alexander of Death By Stereo and A Static Lullaby and bassist Mikey Way assisted DeWees in providing solid percussion throughout."

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