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My Chemical Romance - The Black Parade album mp3
Alternative/Indie Rock,Emo,Punk-Pop
  • Performer:
    My Chemical Romance
  • Title:
    The Black Parade
  • Genre:
  • Style:
    Alternative/Indie Rock,Emo,Punk-Pop
  • Date of release:
    October 31, 2006
  • Duration:
    51:51
  • Recording location:
    Capitol Studios, Hollywood, CA
  • Size FLAC version
    1388 megabytes
  • Size MP3 version
    1848 megabytes
  • Size WMA version
    1387 megabytes
  • Rating:
    4.9
  • Votes:
    464
  • Formats:
    XM RA MP4 TTA AA MP1

The Black Parade is the third album by American pop punk band My Chemical Romance. The concept album follows the fictional character The Patient through the end of his life and his death. Welcome to the Black Parade, Famous Last Words, I Don’t Love You, and Teenagers were released as singles, each earning a music video. The album received a generally positive reception, being called a rock and roll gem by Ed Thompson of IGN, and one of the most cohesive, engaging rock records of 2006 by Entertainment Weekly. The album debuted at on the . Billboard 200 and the .

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Tuning: Standard (all guitars). Track no. 1 – the end. In. Gtr 1 – Frank Iero. I haven’t seen a live version, so I don’t know which guitar plays which part. This song is the HARDEST to tab in the whole album!!! ~~, I. INTRO.

The Black Parade is the third studio album by My Chemical Romance. The album was released on October 23, 2006 in the United Kingdom; October 24, 2006 in the United States and on October 28, 2006 in Australia. The album has sold more than 1,610,000 copies in the US as of October 2010. The Black Parade follows the death of "The Patient", a character suffering from a terminal illness. It chronicles him as he ventures out of life and death meets him as "The Black Parade".

The Black Parade is the third studio album by American rock band My Chemical Romance. Released on October 23, 2006, through Reprise Records, it was produced by Rob Cavallo, known for having produced multiple albums for Goo Goo Dolls and Green Day. It is a rock opera centering on a dying character with cancer known as "The Patient". The album tells the story of his apparent death, experiences in the afterlife, and subsequent reflections on his life

The Black Parade is the third studio album by My Chemical Romance. Released on October 24, 2006 through Reprise Records, it was produced by Rob Cavallo, known for having produced multiple albums for Goo Goo Dolls and Green Day. The album tells the story of his apparent death, experiences in the afterlife, and subsequent reflection on his life. Так как языком твоего браузера является русский, мы предполагаем, что ты будешь использовать русский интерфейс. Однако ты также можешь выбрать другой язык. A new version of Last.

First, a disclaimer: The Black Parade is a towering achievement – a record that defined a generation, changed and saved lives, and transformed the New Jersey emo contenders into the emo scene kings the world still pines for the return of to this day. If any of that sounds self-defeating stick with us for a second. That’s why Three Cheers For Sweet Revenge is My Chemical Romance’s best album. Some excellent, hard-to-argue-with points up there, I’m not gonna lie. In fact, I’d say I agree with 99 per cent of them. After all, Three Cheer. s an album I love more than most things in this world. But there was that tiny little one per cent that unfortunately invalidated everything else that was mentioned above, because The Black Parade is the superior My Chemical Romance record.

Credits

Craig Aaronson - A&R
Christian Anthony - Photography
Bob Bryar - Drums, Group Member, Member of Attributed Artist
Rob Cavallo - Additional Personnel, Audio Production, Piano, Producer
Tyler Dragness - Guitar Technician
Lars Fox - Digital Editing
Jimmy Hoyson - Assistant Engineer
Frank Iero - Group Member, Guitar, Member of Attributed Artist
Cheryl Jenets - Production Coordination
Ted Jensen - Mastering
Cheech Lero - Additional Personnel
Chris Lord-Alge - Mixing
Doug McKean - Engineer
Liza Minnelli - Additional Personnel, Guest Artist, Vocals
Jamie Muhoberac - Additional Personnel
My Chemical Romance - Audio Production, Composer, Primary Artist
Chris Steffen - Assistant Engineer
Ray Toro - Group Member, Guitar, Member of Attributed Artist
Ellen Wakayama - Art Direction
Gerard Way - Art Direction, Group Member, Member of Attributed Artist, Vocals
Mikey Way - Guitar (Bass), Member of Attributed Artist
Michael Waye - Group Member

Track List

Title/Composer Performer Time
1 The End My Chemical Romance My Chemical Romance 1:52
2 Dead! My Chemical Romance My Chemical Romance 3:15
3 This Is How I Disappear My Chemical Romance My Chemical Romance 3:59
4 The Sharpest Lives My Chemical Romance My Chemical Romance 3:20
5 Welcome to the Black Parade My Chemical Romance My Chemical Romance 5:11
6 I Don't Love You My Chemical Romance My Chemical Romance 3:58
7 House of Wolves My Chemical Romance My Chemical Romance 3:04
8 Cancer My Chemical Romance My Chemical Romance 2:22
9 Mama My Chemical Romance My Chemical Romance 4:39
10 Sleep My Chemical Romance My Chemical Romance 4:43
11 Teenagers My Chemical Romance My Chemical Romance 2:41
12 Disenchanted My Chemical Romance My Chemical Romance 4:55
13 Famous Last Words My Chemical Romance My Chemical Romance 4:59
14 [Untitled Track] My Chemical Romance My Chemical Romance 2:53

Xangeo
Loosely based off of many concept records of the 1970's, The Black Parade holds up today better than almost any rock record from the 2000's. opening with "The End", singer Gerard Way sets the stage with musings of death and dispair. The End leads right into "Dead!" and despite the name of the song, it is the most upbeat track on this album. "This Is How I Disappear" puts their older, more aggressive sound in a new light, and "The Sharpest Lives" gives a danceable beat to their rock n roll. Then comes the magnum opus of the record. "Welcome To The Black Parade" might be one of the most emotive, thoughtful, and purely epic songs of the century. In fact, it is on the same bar as Bohemian Rhapsody, Bat Out Of Hell, and A Day In The Life. Yes it is that good. "I Don't Love You" serves as a simple but effective sounding song, with a very nice guitar solo, and "House Of Wolves" makes Stray Cats punk.Every song on this record hit home, and if you are looking for a record that will give you the highest highs through the lowest lows, this is the one.
Sadaron above the Gods
This album is an absolute blast to listen to. It starts with the opening track named (ironically) 'The End' which, though not even two minutes, feels like a completely whole and full song. Then it leads up to the first 'full' song on the album, Dead!, which starts off with guitars and Gerard screaming. Overall the track is quite upbeat, and very strange (in a good way, like how out-of-place the 'la-la-la' feels). After Dead! comes This Is How I Disappear, which feels like a continuation of its predecessor (although they sound very different), and is has some strange (for a lack of a better word) lyrics.Then straight afterwards comes my favourite song on this album, and by My Chemical Romance, The Sharpest Lives. It's message about drinking and partying too much is very apparent and you can't help to feel a little sympathetic to the narrator. The next track need no explanation. If you know this album, this band, even this genre, you probably know about Welcome To The Black Parade. Although not their best song (look backwards and you'll see it) it's a blast to listen to. After that comes another single, I Don't Love You, a song with a very simple message. It feels so... earnest and saddening you can't help but feel a bit sad, especially if you relate to the lyrics.After that comes House of Wolves. The Sharpest Lives may be my favourite MCR song, but this track is right behind it. I love the message about going to either heaven or hell and the 'S-I-N's throughout the song. After such a bombastic, energetic song like House of Wolves, it surprising to see how well it transitions to the slow, saddening Cancer. The lyrics make you feel sad on the inside, and the piano makes it even more rueful.Then comes Mama, an extremely brutal perspective of a soldier's life. I never thought of MCR as a group that would collaborate with anyone, but they team up with Liza Minnelli, and she adds a lot of atmosphere to song above everything.After Mama, comes Sleep, the song that has grown on me the most. When I first listened to the album I didn't like this track. And then I started liking the guitar at the end. And then the whole song, and that was the time that I started loving this album.Then comes Teenagers, the most popular song (in terms of downloads) in the album. No joke this song has basically double the sales than Welcome to the Black Parade, and I see why. It it much more catchy (doesn't mean better) than the other song, and while I love both of them, I like Teenagers more.Did I mention I didn't like Sleep when I first heard it? Well I hated... not LOATHED Disenchanted when I first heard it. But then, after googling the lyrics I instantly fell in love with this song in the blink of an eye. It's almost like Cancer, although it has a different sound. Then comes the final 'full' song of this album, and hell is this a great closer. Famous Last Words, the second single, has loud, furious guitars, an uplifting message and an amazingly catchy chorus.
Realistic
The Black Parade may very well be regarded as the best rock album released in it's decade. It's theatrical mesh of Emo and Operatic Rock literally is the best representation in it's time of it's genre on many different tracks. A concept album at heart, The Black Parade centers around The Patient, his death and journey. This is where many others have failed, the theoretical transition into death and all that follows is made listenable, emotional, realistic and just plain entertaining by MCR. Personally, this album invokes so many emotions within me, and if i had to suggest one album to listen to, the last album you'd ever listen to, The Black Parade, literally for all intent and purpose, is it.
Voodoolkree
While I personally enjoy Three Cheers more, this is a fucking monumental album which shows MCR's capabilities as a band to the fullest degree. From the lyrics to the vocals to the instrumentation, it's a fantastic record. Probably MCR's magnum opus, and cohesively their tightest project. I mean Welcome to the Black Parade is still a fucking battle cry for emo's 12 years later.Favorite songs: This Is How I Disappear, Welcome to the Black Parade, Mama, Sleep, Famous Last WordsLeast favorite song: Disenchanted
Uylo
Track by Track Review:The End. - Very GoodDead! - Very GoodThis is How I Disappear - Very GoodThe Sharpest Lives - Very GoodWelcome to the Black Parade - ExcellentI Don't Love You - GoodHouse of Wolves - Very GoodCancer - ExcellentMama - Very GoodSleep - Very GoodTeenagers - Very GoodDisenchanted - Very GoodFamous Last Words - ExcellentBlood - Good
Vaua
'The Black Parade' by My Chemical Romance is truly their best album. It is an album of such monumental and most earnest praise and recognition that ten years later, people are still listening and discussing it to this day. The album's strongest points definitley hit very hard; in terms of lyrics and instrumentals, tracks like "Welcome To The Black Parade", "Cancer", and my personal favorite, "Famous Last Words" help bring forth a mix of riff heavy guitar licks and even a bit a string incorporation, something that MCR wasn't known for at the time. This album is all built around the concept of death and how it comes for you when the time is drawning near to it's end. The main protagonist (dubbed "The Patient") is suffering from cancer and reflects on his life as he's dying. It is a fun and saddening thrill ride that people ten more years from now will remember and reflect on just like today.
Foiuost
Track Picks:1. Teenagers2. Cancer3. Dead!4. Welcome to the Black Parade5. Disenchanted6. Famous Last Words7. The Sharpest LivesI don't like: This is How I DisappearRating: 8.5/10
Aria
a rock opera that combines emo mope with punk punch and ends up half as annoying as it should be and twice as enjoyable as it has any right to be. Sure, the maudlinity of Way's lyrics occasionally weigh it down, but the hooks usually come in to the rescue before his head goes completely under the water.