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  1. The correct answer is "Up Around the Bend". https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BTan4LJR290 This should totally happen already. I'm sure they all know it, they've done CCR before, and it's such a fun party song, it'd be such a fun little classic jam in the setlist. Someone agree with me about this.
  2. So I lucked out like crazy and am flying to California for the show. At a place that's of interest to Lakers... the Shrine in Los Angeles! Not the first time one of my favorites has broken a hiatus to show up there!
  3. you guys i've said it here before but "unsatisfied heart" FUCKING. DESTROYS ME. this song is so fucking depressing it's so chilling everything about it. the somber, cold, dark, windy atmosphere the longing image of him gazing at his house from across town, staring at it, his family surely wondering where he is and not knowing he's right there, wishing desperately he could be with them the longing of waking up in the middle of the night from a dream of just being at peace again "My salvation was at hand...", maybe the saddest line bruce has ever written the way it's a total fucking subversion of the core themes of his entire body of work and the way that through it all, we have no idea what the man even did, that the sheer threat of it being revealed could prompt him to uproot his entire life nothing about this song is okay and it only has come to hit me harder and harder the longer i've known it. this song makes me choke up and tear up. there is a lump in my throat and tears in my eyes. this song makes me barely fucking want to be alive. i mean i say that rhetorically. it's beautiful. but.... fuck, this song is so utterly, all-encompassingly desolate and tragic. fuck. this song absolutely wrecks me and deserves so much more credit as one of the most harrowing songs he's ever done
  4. Haha just that on a demographic level there's probably not a ton of overlap between big My Chemical Romance fans and big Springsteen fans, and the fanbase of the former skews younger than that of the latter. As a devout fan of both, obviously no negative tone is intended. I'm glad you enjoyed the show! I thought it'd be "Cancer". I've never had the chance to see them live (...yet!)
  5. Got some comments to catch up on here I'm sure. But for now, listening to Up for the first time - any thoughts on that one?
  6. Great picks! "Famous Last Words" is my all-time favorite song of theirs. It's a phenomenal ending to a great album. If you like those two, you really might enjoy the rest of the album; I'd recommend checking out "The Sharpest Lives" and the opening pair of "The End."/"Dead!" from that album, and maybe "Helena" and "Cemetery Drive" off Three Cheers For Sweet Revenge, their previous release.
  7. "Could Have Been Me" and "Kiss This" are dope, but the only ones I know. I gotta check out more by them. Was just thinking it a couple days ago while listening to the former
  8. I was thinking of posting a My Chemical Romance thread very recently anyway! I don't know how much interest there'd be here -- a search looks like they've never even really been mentioned on this forum, and their fanbase probably skews younger than most members here -- but it can't hurt to try? Despite their negative reputation (especially among people who didn't actually give them the time of day), they actually are an outstanding band with a very consistent discography. And years after they broke up, and after I figured I'd never get to see them live -- something I'd thought about multiple times in the past year or two especially -- turns out they're getting back together! Right now it's just for a show in L.A. and one in Australia... but they've got a new logo, are posting positively about the fan response, so surely there's gotta be more on the horizon. Any other MCR fans on this board? Might present a sample platter of some of their better songs to try and win over people who haven't been converted...
  9. Spoiler tags prob aren't needed now, right? Since lol at the idea of opening this thread if you haven't seen it yet. He didn't kill Todd because odds are Jack & Friends would have murdered Brock as revenge if he did. The field trip with Todd was after Andrea's death, and Andrea's death scene ends with "Remember, there's still the kid", and the first thing Todd said when letting him out was a reminder that Jack would keep his word. Plus all the normal psychological reasons and learned helplessness. I went in with very low expectations and wow I liked this QUITE a bit. It did a lot of things right. What were y'all's favorite things about it?
  10. Oh yeah I def look forward to any new Killers content. They're one of my favorite bands.
  11. This movie has basically no good reason to exist. Here's hoping it exceeds its concept and pleasantly surprises me. I don't even think it'll be bad necessarily, but man, it's just so weirdly unnecessary.
  12. I saw them live, and man, I triiiied to get into it, and for a time I could, but... it's just... not a good song. I just couldn't do it.
  13. "All These Things That I've Done" is a bad song and one of The Killers' worst.
  14. Very well-written; however, they should still at least get together for a raucous rendition of "Octopus's Garden".
  15. I saw Once Upon A Time In Hollywood; it was the first Tarantino movie I've ever seen. I enjoyed it. The ending was pretty wild.