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|Three Cheers for Sweet Revenge|
|Studio album by My Chemical Romance|
|Released||June 8, 2004|
|Recorded||October 2003 – January 2004, at Bay 7 Studios, Valley Village / Sparky Dark Studio, Calabasas, California|
|Genre||Pop/rock, post-hardcore, alternative rock indie rock emo pop punk|
|My Chemical Romance chronology|
|Singles from Three Cheers for Sweet Revenge|
Three Cheers for Sweet Revenge is the second studio album by American rock band My Chemical Romance, released on June 8, 2004. This was the band's first album to be released through Reprise Records. The previous album, I Brought You My Bullets, You Brought Me Your Love, was released through Eyeball Records. The album, as of October 2010, has sold 1,699,000 copies in the US.
Johnny Loftus of Allmusic wrote that "with the aid of production major-leaguer Howard Benson, they've edited the slight rookie excesses of I Brought You My Bullets You Brought Me Your Love, resulting in a rewarding, pretty damn relentless product." The album was awarded 4 out of 5 stars by Loftus. Andy Greenwald of Blender thought that "Way’s gulping, gasping whine turns stompers like "I’m Not Okay (I Promise)" into after-school poetry". Greenwald praised the fact that Way integrated elements of his life into the songs on the album. He awarded the album 3 out of 5 stars. JR of IGN wrote that it was "a good album" but "isn't nearly as varied or daring as it could have been". He ranked the episode 7.1 out of 10. Kirk Miller of Rolling Stone said that "Revenge is a hell of a good time." Ian Mathers of Stylus Magazine wrote, that this album contained "twelve near-flawless songs and an interlude in thirty-nine minutes" and that "even when it lets up, [it] doesn’t let up". Robert Christgau declared Three Cheers a dud.
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After the release of Three Cheers for Sweet Revenge, My Chemical Romance received an extremely positive response from mainstream communities, as shown by the popularity of their music videos on MTV, etc. However, they received some negative responses from the underground music communities. Factors that may have contributed to this shift in fan base are hypothesized to include: the band replacing Matt Pelissier with Bob Bryar on percussion for live shows succeeding their Summer Sonic performances; the band signing to a new label, Reprise Records; a change in image and style; and the fact that they had gained a measure of mainstream popularity.
Three Cheers for Sweet Revenge has sold over 1 million copies to date in the U.S. and has been certified platinum by the RIAA. It has also been certified Double Platinum in Canada, Platinum in the UK and Gold in Ireland, Chile and Argentina. In addition, a vinyl version of the album was released December 16, 2008. Unlike their previous album, this does contain the Parental Advisory label.
All songs written and composed by My Chemical Romance.
|2.||"Give 'Em Hell, Kid"||2:18|
|3.||"To the End"||3:01|
|4.||"You Know What They Do to Guys Like Us in Prison"||2:53|
|5.||"I'm Not Okay (I Promise)"||3:08|
|6.||"The Ghost of You"||3:23|
|7.||"The Jetset Life Is Gonna Kill You"||3:37|
|9.||"Thank You for the Venom"||3:41|
|10.||"Hang 'Em High"||2:47|
|11.||"It's Not a Fashion Statement, It's a Fucking Deathwish"||3:30|
|13.||"I Never Told You What I Do for a Living"||3:51|
|1.||"I'm Not Okay (I Promise)" (music video; dialogue)|
|2.||"I'm Not Okay (I Promise)" (music video; performance)|
|3.||"Thank You for the Venom" (live performance)|
|4.||"Helena" (live performance)|
|5.||"Give 'Em Hell, Kid" (live performance)|
|6.||"The Ghost of You" (live performance)|
|7.||"You Know What They Do to Guys Like Us in Prison" (live performance)|
|8.||"I'm Not Okay (I Promise)" (live performance)|
|1.||"Bury Me in Black" (Japanese version bonus track; demo)||Japanese edition, "I'm Not Okay (I Promise)", Life on the Murder Scene||2:37|
|2.||"Jack the Ripper" (live; originally by Morrissey)||"Thank You for the Venom"||4:02|
|3.||"I'm Not Okay (I Promise)" (radio edit)||"I'm Not Okay (I Promise)"||3:16|
|4.||"You Know What They Do to Guys Like Us in Prison" (live from BBC Radio 1 Lock Up session)||"I'm Not Okay (I Promise)"||2:51|
|5.||"I'm Not Okay (I Promise)" (live from MTV $2 Bill)||"I'm Not Okay (I Promise)"||3:24|
|6.||"I'm Not Okay (I Promise)" (live from Sessions@AOL)||"Helena", Life on the Murder Scene||3:06|
|7.||"You Know What They Do to Guys Like Us in Prison" (live from Sessions@AOL)||"Helena", Life on the Murder Scene||3:10|
|8.||"Helena" (live from the Starland Ballroom in Sayreville, New Jersey)||"Helena"||4:14|
|9.||"The Ghost of You" (faded ending)||"The Ghost of You"||3:16|
|10.||"Helena" (live from San Diego on June 30, 2005)||"The Ghost of You", Warped Tour Bootleg Series||4:22|
|11.||"I'm Not Okay (I Promise)" (live from San Diego on June 30, 2005)||"The Ghost of You", Warped Tour Bootleg Series||2:59|
|12.||"Cemetery Drive" (live from Las Cruces on June 28, 2005)||"The Ghost of You", Warped Tour Bootleg Series||2:58|
|Australian ARIA Albums Chart||38|
|Austrian Albums Chart||73|
|German Albums Chart||57|
|Irish Albums Chart||36|
|Japanese Albums Chart||73|
|New Zealand RIANZ Albums Chart||30|
|UK Albums Chart||34|
|U.S. Billboard 200||28|
|Year||Song||Peak chart positions|
|2004||"I'm Not Okay (I Promise)"||86||4||—||19||38||65|
|"Thank You for the Venom"||—||—||—||71||—||—|
|"The Ghost of You"||84||9||38||27||—||—|
|Australia||April 11, 2005||Reprise, Eyeball||CD||9362486152|
|Japan||July 22, 2004||WPCR11890|
|January 26, 2005||CD+DVD||WPZR30075|
|June 24, 2009||CD||WPCR13504|
|United Kingdom||September 3, 2004||9362486152|
|United States||June 8, 2004||486152|
|December 16, 2008||12" vinyl||148615|