Damn, I hit 300 followers Thank you, everyone !!!!!!! I will be doing a special review for MCR's Black Parade album!
This is THE ALBUM that got me into music All of these songs are FANTASTIC this is a pop-punk/emo masterpiece. The guitars usually used in the songs were amazing and some of my favourite parts of those songs! The End is an amazing first track for this album and the way it built up was great.
Also, The Vocals on that track was amazingly good! The Track Dead! was my favourite song also I loved the drums and guitar and the VOCALS were GODLY by the very cool Gerard Way.
This entire album is just amazing it is quite sad that Danger Days: The True Lives of the Fabulous Killjoys was mediocre and also the sick Cancer patient shit made this album yet even though it is simple it is so genius at the same time and also really fucking sad too.
The track I don't love you feels cheesy yet amazing at the same time for me.
Houses of wolves is straight-up amazing idk what else to say about it tho ngl. The song cancer is really fucking sad and the most relaxed song on here the piano and drums are very relaxed as well and the lyrics are fantastic. Mama is just a fantastic song and the lyrics are also just FUCKING AMAZING and it starts off as a really chill song and then it goes fucking insane after a minute It's also pretty eDgY.
With the song sleep is pretty much the bit where the cancer patient dies I believe and the song has a lullaby feel to it even though it is 1000 times louder than a normal one and the samples on that track were amazingly great! The song Teenagers feels like a very raw and real song about feeling old and not being a Teenager.
Disenchanted is about the patient about to die and to start thinking life is bad and boring and it is really fucking sad. Last but not least Famous Last Words is about how the patient is not afraid to keep on living and fighting the battle of cancer and it is a very raw and depressing song.
This album is just amazingly put together and a great album with a serious and dark topic and concept yet it doesn't feel like a cash grab corny or really shitty and this is a classic and a masterpiece for the pop-punk genre. Also thank you @ParthanyJobtano for the feedback while I was making this review!