Album of the day (#3678): The Black Parade

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Today's album of the day

The Black Parade by My Chemical Romance (View album | Buy this album)

Year: 2006.
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Overall rank: 361
Average rating: 72/100 (from 662 votes).



Tracks:
1. The End.
2. Dead!
3. This Is How I Disappear
4. The Sharpest Lives
5. Welcome To The Black Parade
6. I Don't Love You
7. House Of Wolves
8. Cancer
9. Mama
10. Sleep
11. Teenagers
12. Disenchanted
13. Famous Last Words

About album of the day: The BestEverAlbums.com album of the day is the album appearing most prominently in member charts in the previous 24 hours. If an album, or artist, has previously been selected within a x day period, the next highest album is picked instead (and so on) to ensure a bit of variety. A full history of album of the day can be viewed here.
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There's a super great Hanif Abdurraquib piece about this album which makes me wish I loved it. Alas, I do not.
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I am sure this album was album of the day a few weeks back? I do remember a fairly great comment you made on it Skinny. Think

I was a huge fan at time although not listened in ages now.
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Seen a few people who has this as their all-time favorite. Understand it to some extent, but not personally mine - I still find it a killer rock album for the 00s.
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Yeah baybeeeee!!!! Best Rock album of the 21st century EASY!
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I always remember when this album came out. I liked it lots but it was the first time I really felt the generation gap. I was only 30 at the time but I felt
Hey this one's for the kids and though still young at the time I realized I wasn't down with the kids anymore.

Still I think Welcome to the Black Parade and Teenagers are both great 2000's songs.
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CharlieBarley wrote:
I always remember when this album came out. I liked it lots but it was the first time I really felt the generation gap. I was only 30 at the time but I felt
Hey this one's for the kids and though still young at the time I realized I wasn't down with the kids anymore.

Still I think Welcome to the Black Parade and Teenagers are both great 2000's songs.


I'm 30 now and I feel that way about UK drill. A lot of it is great, but it's not for me (or people my age, more specifically). However, we have a Point of Discussion thread for this exact conversation so I'll probably expand on this in there.
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Skinny wrote:
There's a super great Hanif Abdurraquib piece about this album which makes me wish I loved it. Alas, I do not.


Can you share it? I would love to read it.

Being 28 years old, I somehow never got on the MCR hype train and never actively listened to them, apart from couple of uber present hits. So the first time I actively listened to this was last year, and I absolutely loved it, and made me realise that there are some great tunes here if you can tolerate the over the top emo aesthetic, which I definitely can. That stretch of songs from How I Dissapear to I Don't Love You is as good as any 4 song strech from the 00's. Fantastic stuff.
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Daydreamer wrote:
Can you share it? I would love to read it.

Being 28 years old, I somehow never got on the MCR hype train and never actively listened to them, apart from couple of uber present hits. So the first time I actively listened to this was last year, and I absolutely loved it, and made me realise that there are some great tunes here if you can tolerate the over the top emo aesthetic, which I definitely can. That stretch of songs from How I Dissapear to I Don't Love You is as good as any 4 song strech from the 00's. Fantastic stuff.


Here you go.
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Skinny wrote:
Daydreamer wrote:
Can you share it? I would love to read it.

Being 28 years old, I somehow never got on the MCR hype train and never actively listened to them, apart from couple of uber present hits. So the first time I actively listened to this was last year, and I absolutely loved it, and made me realise that there are some great tunes here if you can tolerate the over the top emo aesthetic, which I definitely can. That stretch of songs from How I Dissapear to I Don't Love You is as good as any 4 song strech from the 00's. Fantastic stuff.


Here you go.


This is just wonderful. Thank you.
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