Every My Chemical Romance Album Ranked

Every My Chemical Romance Album Ranked

Written and Reviewed by Valentino Petrarca
Edited by Alisa Stewart
In award of the inaugural north american go of My Chemical Romance since the ill-famed 2013 separation, I have decided to review and rank all studio albums by My Chemical Romance. I will go on read saying this is the hardest list I ‘ve always had to make. Every scorch MCR album is so deeply unique and creative it feels impossible to place one before the other. however, after much agonizing, I believe I have come to a clearly concise list for myself personally. If you enjoy My Chemical Romance, listen to Under The Stars every Tuesday 10:00pm – midnight to hear more emo, pop-punk, acoustic, and mail hard-core music. Without foster bustle, here are the My Chemical Romance albums ranked .

Danger Days: The True Lives of the Fabulous Killjoys9.5/10

Danger Days album cover
This album is one of the best, if not the best, album released in the last ten. Danger Days does not try to replicate their previous efforts, but quite create an stallion populace of their own. The sounds they play with on this album are original and bracing. This record is a hint of fresh air from all the dark we ‘ve heard on the last three records. even the somber and reflective moments on the album have a sparkle and reflect to their note. This album is highly cohesive and a prime exercise of how a ring should reinvent their sound. The story of this album follows a group of rebels in post-apocalyptic California during the year 2019 as they take down an evil corrupt company called Better-Living-Industries. The narrative is fabulously deep with pages upon pages of lore. This album not only was a masterpiece music wise, but aesthetically actually raised the barroom. Everything the band did during this era fed the neon post-apocalyptic vibration beautifully which elevated the atmosphere of the album and history. There are so many stellar cuts on this album such as Save Yourself I’ll Hold Them Back, Party Poison, and Vampire Money. This album was not the MCR album most fans thought they would get following The Black Parade, but in the end are beyond thrilled to have .


I Brought You My Bullets, You Brought Me Your Love 9.8/10

I Brought You Bullets,You Brought Me Your Love Album Cover
This phonograph record has an highly raw heavy to it. Out of all four studio albums, Bullets is the entirely matchless to actually capture the emotional whiny-punk sound that is defined as emo. There are then many elements that make this album work. This guitar riffs are some of the most unique I ‘ve always heard, and the lyrics are witty angstrom well as baleful. This wholly commemorate feels like a blend between a massive fit and a cooling nightmare. lyrically, the themes discussed on this album are besides fabulously profound. Most bands go their entire career never making an album half as extraordinary and captivating as this one, and My Chemical Romance did it on their first test .

Three Cheers for Sweet Revenge10/10

Three Cheers For Sweet revenge Album Cover
Three Cheers for Sweet Revenge is a classical album that deserves every bit of praise it gets. It follows the floor of two lovers and how one copes with the loss of his beloved. This album flawlessly depicts the narrator ‘s descent into madness. Gerard delivers absolutely frenzied vocals on this solid album. Ray and Frank ‘s guitar play feels like its constantly on the edge of a massive dislocation. Mikey ‘s bass and Bob ‘s drums are frantic and systematically pounding away arsenic well. There are many horror-core elements weaved throughout the punk-rock and emo styled music. This album is an experience starting signal to finish. It ‘s cohesive and mighty in every view. Lyrics are memorable, music is irate, and messages/themes are profound. Finding flaws in this album is near impossible. There is a reason this album is not only a staple in My Chemical Romance ‘s discography, but besides a staple in the entire rock writing style .

The Black Parade10/10

My Chemical Romance The Black Parade Album Cover
few words can accurately describe how flawless this album is. This rock candy opera is about a affected role who is diagnosed with weeks to live, and the stallion album is his mind attempting to process such a diagnosis. The instrumentation is some of the best theatrical rock every written. Every guitar solve, bass cycle, and vocal melody is iconic and rightfully a masterpiece. This album takes the hearer through an epic poem travel full of love, hate, sacrifice, fear, sadness, and a lot more. Such a huge array of people connected with this album therefore deeply, that it cemented the band as a violence to be reckoned with. The Black Parade has intricate song structure that were deeply engaging. Every second of this album commands your attention in every possible direction. Artists do n’t make albums like this anymore. Anyone who has not heard this perfect criminal record indigence to drop everything they ‘re doing and give it a listen.

Valetino Petrarca is the Music Assistant for WSOU, and can be reached at nickppetrarca @ gmail.com Posted in : Album Review, Reviews, Under the Stars, WSOU Exclusive, WSOU

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