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35 Pieces Of Wisdom From My Chemical Romance

A year on from their split, My Chemical Romance issue their greatest hits album, entitled May Death Never Stop You, reminding us all how many great tunes they managed to produce during their 12 years together.

Never predictable musically, and a live force to be reckoned with - winning over a hostile crowd at a Reading Festival one year immediately springs to mind - they inspired loyalty and love from an entire generation of rock fans.

Gerard Way's unique lyrical style was also a feature of their success, and we've compiled a handy list of all the pieces of knowledge, advice and wisdom that you can take from their songs. Click on the first picture to get going: consider this your MCR guide for life.

May Death Never Stop You: The Greatest Hits 2001-2013 is released on March 24th. Preorder the album now from www.mychemicalromance

(Images: Rex)

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