History Music / MyChemicalRomance

22nd Nov '17 3:18:39 AM ghostlyneonpixels
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* {{Main/Adorkable}}: All of them to varying degrees, but comic-book-loving Gerard is a prime example

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* {{Main/Adorkable}}: All of them to varying degrees, but comic-book-loving Gerard is a prime exampleexample, and so is cup-cake-baking Ray.



* EeriePaleSkinnedBrunette: Gerard, when he isn't busy dyeing his hair white or some ridiculous shade of pink. Frank and Mikey, as well.
* {{Dying Alone}}: "Cubicles" mentions this in the chorus

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* EeriePaleSkinnedBrunette: Gerard, when he isn't busy dyeing his hair white electric-white or some ridiculous ridiculously loud shade of pink. Frank and pink or red. Mikey, as well.
to an extent.
* {{Dying Alone}}: "Cubicles" mentions this in the choruschorus.



* [[SheCleansUpNicely He Cleans Up Nicely]]: The entire band in the video for “The Ghost of You” but especially Gerard Way- not that he wasn't very pretty when he had wild hair and {{Guyliner}} but as a fresh-faced WWII [[GoodLookingPrivates Army sergeant]] rocking an Elivis-style pompadour, he is undeniably hot.

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* [[SheCleansUpNicely He Cleans Up Nicely]]: The entire band in the video for “The Ghost of You” but especially Gerard Way- not that he wasn't isn't very pretty when he had has wild hair and {{Guyliner}} but as a fresh-faced WWII [[GoodLookingPrivates Army sergeant]] rocking an Elivis-style Elvis-style pompadour, he is undeniably hot.



* LongHairedPrettyBoy: Gerard, especially in the Three Cheers Era.
* LyricalDissonance: The songs that aren't [[TearJerker/{{Music}} Tear Jerkers]] have CrazyAwesome music that [[EarWorm you can't get out of your head]], set to lyrics that often induce {{squick}} when you actually ''listen''.

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* LongHairedPrettyBoy: PrettyBoy: Gerard, especially in to the Three Cheers Era.
extent that his androgyny can be confusing to newcomers.
* LyricalDissonance: The songs that aren't [[TearJerker/{{Music}} Tear Jerkers]] have CrazyAwesome music that [[EarWorm you can't get out of your head]], set to lyrics that often sometimes induce {{squick}} or {{Nightmare Fuel)) when you actually ''listen''.



* ShipTease: Tended to be a staple of live shows. Became most prevalent during the 2007 Projekt Revolution tour.

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* ShipTease: Tended to be a staple of live shows. Became most prevalent during the 2007 Projekt Revolution tour.tour, where it was apparently done to make a statement against homophobia.



** The fandom seems to forget that Mikey exists.

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** The fandom sometimes seems to forget that Mikey exists. exists.
6th Nov '17 2:34:19 AM ghostlyneonpixels
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--> ''Well I'm not okay, I'm not OH-FUCKING-KAY!''

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--> ''Well I'm ''I am not okay, I'm not OH-FUCKING-KAY!''
afraid to walk this world alone.''



+Music/BlackFlag, Music/TheMisfits, Music/{{Queen}}, Music/{{AFI}}, Music/PinkFloyd, Music/JoyDivision, Music/TheCure Music/TheSmashingPumpkins

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+Music/BlackFlag, Music/TheMisfits, Music/{{Queen}}, {{Music/The Beatles}}, Music/{{AFI}}, Music/PinkFloyd, Music/JoyDivision, Music/TheCure Music/TheSmashingPumpkins



An American rock band, often used as a prime example of the Music/{{emo}} genre (but [[FandomBerserkButton don't tell them that]]-- also, that's not a bad thing). Their music is best described as a mixture of PostHardcore, PopPunk accessibility, horror-punk influenced lyrics and stylings, and a heaping dose of over the top theatrics and album rock storytelling straight out of the 1970's (all of this presented with the look of a GothRock band). They formed in [[{{Joisey}} New Jersey]] around late 2001 with their first song, "Skylines and Turnstiles." The band claims that the theme and style of their music was initially inspired by their feelings during the September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks.

The band has a notoriously bad BrokenBase and a very UnpleasableFanbase, rampant with FanDumb and HateDumb. Enter at your own risk.

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An American alternative rock band, often used as a prime example of the Music/{{emo}} genre (but [[FandomBerserkButton don't tell them that]]-- also, that's not a bad thing). Their music is best described as a mixture of PostHardcore, PopPunk accessibility, horror-punk influenced lyrics and stylings, and a heaping dose of over the top theatrics and album rock storytelling straight out of the 1970's (all of this presented with the look of a GothRock band). They formed in [[{{Joisey}} New Jersey]] around late 2001 with their first song, "Skylines and Turnstiles." The band claims that the theme and style of their music was initially inspired by their feelings during the September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks.

The band has a notoriously bad BrokenBase and a very UnpleasableFanbase, rampant with FanDumb and HateDumb. Enter at your own risk.
risk, but don't let that distract from the crazy-awesome music.



In 2006, drawing on their love of Music/PinkFloyd's {{progressive rock}} and {{glam rock}} bands such as Music/{{Queen}} and [[Music/MarcBolan T.Rex]], they combined these influences with their old post-hardcore sound to create what is considered their defining work, titled ''Music/TheBlackParade''. While most popular rock bands in 2006 were focused on being raw and garage influenced, The Black Parade was intentionally bombastic and excessive, reflecting the 70s rock bands that Gerard Way loved and the hip, indie establishment treated with disdain. Throw in its {{rock opera}} storyline of a dying cancer patient and you have a 1970s album brought to life in the twenty-first century. The album proved to be a critical and commercial success, with several review sites and magazines placing it as one of the best albums of the decade.

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In 2006, drawing on their love of Music/PinkFloyd's {{progressive rock}} and {{glam rock}} bands such as Music/{{Queen}} and [[Music/MarcBolan T.Rex]], they combined these influences with their old post-hardcore sound to create what is considered their defining work, titled ''Music/TheBlackParade''. While most popular rock bands in 2006 were focused on being raw and garage influenced, The Black Parade was intentionally bombastic and excessive, reflecting the 70s rock bands that Gerard Way loved and the hip, indie establishment treated with disdain. Throw in its {{rock opera}} storyline of a dying cancer patient and his experiences in the afterlife and you have a 1970s album brought to life in the twenty-first century. The album proved to be a critical and commercial success, with several review sites and magazines placing it as one of the best albums of the decade.



* {{Main/Adorkable}}: All of them to varying degrees, but comic-book-loving Gerard is a prime example



** ''"just '''''SLEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEP!'''''"''
** ''"You're just a ghost, so I can't hurt you anymore - SO I CAN'T HURT YOU '''''ANYMOOOOOOOOOORRRRAAAAAAAAAHH!!'''''"''
** ''"LET ME GO, '''''FUCK!'''''"



** This is especially true for ''The Black Parade'', a RockOpera about the final moments of a dying cancer patient and eventual death. When death comes for him, it takes the form of his fondest memory, which is a parade that he saw as a child.

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** This is especially true for ''The Black Parade'', a RockOpera about the final moments of a dying cancer patient and eventual death. When death comes for him, it takes the form of his fondest memory, which is a parade that he saw as a child. Plenty of {{Main/NightmareFuel}} in this one.



* CreepyChild: Gerard seems to be channeling this in the [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=N2YJNBmNK8U live version of "Mama" at the iTunes Festival: London 2011]] where he says this little gem:
--> (raises his arms) Mama! Up.

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* CreepyChild: Gerard often takes on this persona and especially seems to be channeling this in the [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=N2YJNBmNK8U live version of "Mama" at the iTunes Festival: London 2011]] where he says this little gem:
--> (raises his arms) arms and smiles) Mama! Up.
9th Jul '17 3:47:13 PM nombretomado
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* WorldWarII: "[[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-OL6QM_mMyA The Ghost of You]]" video is themed this.
** Also implied with the song "Mama."
27th Jun '17 2:51:35 PM IanDere
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* CarefulWithThatAxe:

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* CarefulWithThatAxe:{{Bowdlerize}}:
** The single version of "I'm Not Okay (I Promise)" changes the line "I'm not o-fucking-kay" to "I'm really not okay".
** Their second album, ''Three Cheers for Sweet Revenge'' features a song, which is titled "It's Not a Fashion Statement, It's a Deathwish" on the back cover, but "It's Not a Fashion Statement, It's a Fucking Deathwish" on the disc itself, as well as in the lyric sheet.
* CarefulWithThatAxe: From Gerard, Frank and sometimes guest singers.
2nd May '17 2:11:18 PM TMOverbeck
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---> ''So long, and goodnight.''
2nd May '17 2:10:19 PM TMOverbeck
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* [[SheCleansUpNicely He Cleans Up Nicely]]: The entire band in the video for “The Ghost of You” but especially Gerard Way- not that he wasn't very pretty when he had wild hair and {{Guyliner}} but as a fresh-faced WWII [[GoodLookingPrivates Army sergeant]] rocking an Elivis-style pompadour, he is undeniably hot.



* [[SheCleansUpNicely He Cleans Up Nicely]]: The entire band in the video for “The Ghost of You” but especially Gerard Way- not that he wasn't very pretty when he had wild hair and {{Guyliner}} but as a fresh-faced WWII [[GoodLookingPrivates Army sergeant]] rocking an Elivis-style pompadour, he is undeniably hot.

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* [[SheCleansUpNicely He Cleans Up Nicely]]: The entire band in the video for “The Ghost SesameStreetCred: They appeared on a Christmas episode of You” but especially Gerard Way- not that he wasn't very pretty when he had wild hair and {{Guyliner}} but ''Series/YoGabbaGabba'' (billed as a fresh-faced WWII [[GoodLookingPrivates Army sergeant]] rocking an Elivis-style pompadour, he is undeniably hot."MCR").
24th Apr '17 12:19:05 PM stuffedninja
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An American rock band, often used as a prime example of the Music/{{Emo}} genre (but [[FandomBerserkButton don't tell them that]]-- also, that's not a bad thing). Their music is best described as a mixture of PostHardcore, PopPunk accessibility, horror-punk influenced lyrics and stylings, and a heaping dose of over the top theatrics and album rock storytelling straight out of the 1970's (all of this presented with the look of a GothRock band). They formed in [[{{Joisey}} New Jersey]] around late 2001 with their first song, "Skylines and Turnstiles." The band claims that the theme and style of their music was initially inspired by their feelings during the September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks.

Bands they cite as key inspirations are Music/BlackFlag, Music/TheMisfits, Music/{{Queen}}, Music/{{AFI}}, Music/PinkFloyd, Music/JoyDivision, Music/TheCure, and Music/TheSmashingPumpkins.

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[floatboxright: Influences:
+Music/BlackFlag, Music/TheMisfits, Music/{{Queen}}, Music/{{AFI}}, Music/PinkFloyd, Music/JoyDivision, Music/TheCure Music/TheSmashingPumpkins
]

An American rock band, often used as a prime example of the Music/{{Emo}} Music/{{emo}} genre (but [[FandomBerserkButton don't tell them that]]-- also, that's not a bad thing). Their music is best described as a mixture of PostHardcore, PopPunk accessibility, horror-punk influenced lyrics and stylings, and a heaping dose of over the top theatrics and album rock storytelling straight out of the 1970's (all of this presented with the look of a GothRock band). They formed in [[{{Joisey}} New Jersey]] around late 2001 with their first song, "Skylines and Turnstiles." The band claims that the theme and style of their music was initially inspired by their feelings during the September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks.

Bands they cite as key inspirations are Music/BlackFlag, Music/TheMisfits, Music/{{Queen}}, Music/{{AFI}}, Music/PinkFloyd, Music/JoyDivision, Music/TheCure, and Music/TheSmashingPumpkins.
attacks.



In 2006, drawing on their love of Music/PinkFloyd's {{progressive rock}} and {{glam rock}} bands such as {{Queen}} and [[Music/MarcBolan T.Rex]], they combined these influences with their old post-hardcore sound to create what is considered their defining work, titled ''Music/TheBlackParade''. While most popular rock bands in 2006 were focused on being raw and garage influenced, The Black Parade was intentionally bombastic and excessive, reflecting the 70s rock bands that Gerard Way loved and the hip, indie establishment treated with disdain. Throw in its {{rock opera}} storyline of a dying cancer patient and you have a 1970s album brought to life in the twenty-first century. The album proved to be a critical and commercial success, with several review sites and magazines placing it as one of the best albums of the decade.

Their latest album, 2010's ''Music/DangerDaysTheTrueLivesOfTheFabulousKilljoys'' divided the fanbase with its lighter sound and design, but don't put too much stock in {{Fan Dumb}}. Other fans consider it an excellent album in its own right. Its sound is influenced by indie rock, dance-rock, pop punk, and Stooges era Garage rock. It also features a storyline, but this one is more frantic, enthusiastic, and exuberant than the morbid tragedy of the last.

to:

In 2006, drawing on their love of Music/PinkFloyd's {{progressive rock}} and {{glam rock}} bands such as {{Queen}} Music/{{Queen}} and [[Music/MarcBolan T.Rex]], they combined these influences with their old post-hardcore sound to create what is considered their defining work, titled ''Music/TheBlackParade''. While most popular rock bands in 2006 were focused on being raw and garage influenced, The Black Parade was intentionally bombastic and excessive, reflecting the 70s rock bands that Gerard Way loved and the hip, indie establishment treated with disdain. Throw in its {{rock opera}} storyline of a dying cancer patient and you have a 1970s album brought to life in the twenty-first century. The album proved to be a critical and commercial success, with several review sites and magazines placing it as one of the best albums of the decade.

Their latest final album, 2010's ''Music/DangerDaysTheTrueLivesOfTheFabulousKilljoys'' divided the fanbase with its lighter sound and design, but don't put too much stock in {{Fan Dumb}}. Other fans consider it an excellent album in its own right. Its sound is influenced by indie rock, dance-rock, pop punk, and Stooges era Garage rock. It also features a storyline, but this one is more frantic, enthusiastic, and exuberant than the morbid tragedy of the last.
26th Mar '17 7:46:03 PM TristanJeremiah
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An American rock band, often used as a prime example of the Music/{{Emo}} genre (but [[BerserkButton don't tell them that]]-- also, that's not a bad thing). Their music is best described as a mixture of PostHardcore, PopPunk accessibility, horror-punk influenced lyrics and stylings, and a heaping dose of over the top theatrics and album rock storytelling straight out of the 1970's (all of this presented with the look of a GothRock band). They formed in [[{{Joisey}} New Jersey]] around late 2001 with their first song, "Skylines and Turnstiles." The band claims that the theme and style of their music was initially inspired by their feelings during the September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks.

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An American rock band, often used as a prime example of the Music/{{Emo}} genre (but [[BerserkButton [[FandomBerserkButton don't tell them that]]-- also, that's not a bad thing). Their music is best described as a mixture of PostHardcore, PopPunk accessibility, horror-punk influenced lyrics and stylings, and a heaping dose of over the top theatrics and album rock storytelling straight out of the 1970's (all of this presented with the look of a GothRock band). They formed in [[{{Joisey}} New Jersey]] around late 2001 with their first song, "Skylines and Turnstiles." The band claims that the theme and style of their music was initially inspired by their feelings during the September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks.
20th Feb '17 8:33:24 PM bt8257
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In 2006, drawing on their love of Music/PinkFloyd's {{progressive rock}} and {{glam rock}} bands such as {{Queen}} and [[Music/MarcBolan T.Rex]], they combined these influences with their old post-hardcore sound to create what is considered their defining work, titled ''Music/TheBlackParade''. While most popular rock bands in 2006 were focused on being raw and garage influenced, The Black Parade was intentionally bombastic and excessive, reflecting the 70s rock bands that Gerard Way loved and the hip, indie establishment treated with disdain. Throw in its rock opera storyline of a dying cancer patient and you have a 1970s album brought to life in the twenty-first century. The album proved to be a critical and commercial success, with several review sites and magazines placing it as one of the best albums of the decade.

to:

In 2006, drawing on their love of Music/PinkFloyd's {{progressive rock}} and {{glam rock}} bands such as {{Queen}} and [[Music/MarcBolan T.Rex]], they combined these influences with their old post-hardcore sound to create what is considered their defining work, titled ''Music/TheBlackParade''. While most popular rock bands in 2006 were focused on being raw and garage influenced, The Black Parade was intentionally bombastic and excessive, reflecting the 70s rock bands that Gerard Way loved and the hip, indie establishment treated with disdain. Throw in its rock opera {{rock opera}} storyline of a dying cancer patient and you have a 1970s album brought to life in the twenty-first century. The album proved to be a critical and commercial success, with several review sites and magazines placing it as one of the best albums of the decade.
29th Jan '17 6:14:49 PM JustTroper
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* AttractiveZombie: The music video "Helena" has a beautiful zombie girl dancing in her own funeral.
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