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My Chemical Romance – “The Five of Us Are Dying”

Discussion in 'Article Discussion' started by Melody Bot, Jul 29, 2016.

  1. Melody Bot

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  2. _unproductive


    always interesting to hear how much changes from demo to final song

    wonder how much is due to the band or the influence of a producer/ghost writers
  3. heymattrick

    Sending my love

    Love this song. Not the first time they have released "earlier versions" of songs. "Make Room" has some early parts of "Na Na Na", and you could even say "Boy Division" has some parts of "We Don't Need Another Song About California"
  4. efp722


    By no means am I an MCR fan, but i always enjoy hearing early versions of songs I know. Really enjoyed hearing the framework and noticing what parts were changed. Pretty cool.
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  5. Leftandleaving

    I will be okay. everything Supporter

    huh. cool
  6. slimfenix182


    Feels more like a Three Cheers demo like that I thought. Interesting. Definitely like it better as Welcome though.
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  7. Woohoo!


    This song came a long way. It really does sound like a 3 cheers demo.
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  8. OpenIntro

    llama llama

    has a Queen-esque vibe to it (at the beginning)
  9. mikalcheuk


    that ziggy stardust tribute opening haha...
  10. AllenRicketts


    This is so awesome. Gerard is always so wordy in their demos and I love it.
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  11. Dan O'Neill


    This is awesome.
  12. tdlyon

    Most Dope Supporter

    Wow, this is basically a completely different song besides a few obvious parts. Awesome
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  13. Schooner


    I couldn't even recognise it to start with
  14. DarjoHabal


    I've noticed the same. This song has this "common man" feel to it (lyrically) that's littered throughout Hesitant Alien. It seems the theatrical/fantasy element always gets added afterwards through tweaks and rewrites. Makes me realize that Hesitant Alien is probably how he wanted to write for many many many many many years now.
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  15. AllenRicketts


    Yeah, considering the original title was 'The Five of Us Are Dying', I'd bet this was written before BP was even going to be a concept album. It's always bizarre to hear Ray strumming away to "Sleep" on Life on the Murder Scene.
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