thank you science
The absence of women in history is man made.
My school library gets it
May Death Never Stop You booklet | scan 2/8
Gerard Way - 2001- 2012
HONEY THIS MIRROR ISN’T BIG ENOUGH FOR THE TWO OF US 3:55
Finally acquiring the fund from Eyeball Records to produce our full-length alum, “Honey…” was the first song tracked for Bullets, once back at Nada Studios. Possibly the angriest tune i remember recording, it also held with it a sense of self-actualization, and a strong desire to be a “live fast, die young” burning spark that i felt captured the sentiments of five desperate individuals. Desperate to be heard, of course, which is why it is so loud in execution. Our first vinyl, and technically our first single, which was distributed in the UK.
VAMPIRES WILL NEVER HURT YOU 5:28
This will always be my favorite recording of the band, because it was the first. Having little money, or for that matter the songs, to complete a full-length album, we hopped in a van and headed to Nada Studios. John did an amazing job spinning plates as he scrambled to record all of the elements in one day, with my vocals coming last, and i remember a strange feeling and a storm coming outside. I had never heard my voice recorded, and hearing the band recorded for the first time was all i needed to invigorate me to do the job. Most everything is done in one take. The tempo of the song is 187 bpms.
I still love the way this song fires off as the opening to Three Cheers…To me, “Helena” has all of the components that made for a great MCR song - honestly, vulnerability, and kinetic force. A direct result of the passing of Mikey’s and my grandmother, Elena Lee Rush, the song would go on to be one of our signatures and always the show closer. Very fast, very angry.
I would take a bullet for garlic bread
who would shoot a garlic bread
john williams did this on fucking purpose i know it