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My Chemical Romance Ranked

It's been a while since i've been active on here, but i've decided to rank MCR's discography, now this would only be their studio albums, so no EP's, Compilations, Live Albums, etc. Just their 4 full length albums that they released.
1My Chemical Romance
Three Cheers for Sweet Revenge

The album that got me into MCR and rock music in general. I remember back in 2004, when i was about 9/10 years old and listening to mostly pop and rap music. I saw the video of Helena on MTV and my mind was completely blown, i went to check out the album and just quickly fell in love. Three Cheers for Sweet Revenge has intensity, musicianship, atmosphere, etc. The album is so memorable and fun. I used to play this album non-stop when i was in High School and holds a special place in my heart, to be one of the most creative and clever albums i ever listen too.

Rating- A
Favorite songs- Helena, Cemetery Drive, Thank You For The Venom
2My Chemical Romance
The Black Parade

Yes, The Black Parade at number 2, don't get me wrong this is one of my favorite albums of all time. I remember when it came out back in 2006 and i saw the video for Welcome to the Black Parade and just become star struck by the costumes, visuals and music. I really got into this record a couple of years ago and been listening to it, ever since. Many people view MCR as a guilty pleasure band, but i don't believe in Guilty pleasures, i think the concept is kind of childish. Overall The Black Parade has so much energy, it's theatrical, the songs are well structured, it's very well written and in my opinion of one the best modern rock albums to come out of the 2000s, it's an album about a dying cancer patient facing his last moments with an edgy adventurous story. I can see why so many people love this album.
Rating- B+
Favorite songs- Famous Last Words, Welcome to the Black Parade, Mama
3My Chemical Romance
I Brought You My Bullets, You Brought Me Your Love

A debut album is usually a hit or miss with Artists, usually they become superstars the minute someone hears their first song or it fails to live up to people's expectations. Bullets isn't their most famous record but it's still a lot of fun, with raw energy, great musicianship and a gritty atmosphere. I love each song gives a darker tone more then the other releases. It's vastly underrated by Fans and should be a little more appreciated.

Rating- B-
Favorite songs- Demolition Lovers, Drowning Lessons, Honey This Mirror Isn't Big Enough For The Both of Us.
4My Chemical Romance
Danger Days: The True Lives of the Fabulous Killjoys

You probably saw this coming, when this came out, i didn't care for this album at all, i was a big fan of The Black Parade and Revenge that i thought Danger Days would sound exatly like the previous releases. Honestly this record grew on me quite a bit, i like the vibe and how it turns into a different direction. Change really isn't a bad thing, since i'm pretty open minded person, i decided to push those things aside. They are some bland tracks on here with no substance or feel to them, but it does have it's strong points.

Grade- C
Favorite songs- S/C/A/R/E/C/R/O/W, Destroya, The Kids From Yesterday
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