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May Death Never Stop You (The Greatest Hits 2001-2013) [CD+DVD] CD+DVD

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Product Details

  • Audio CD (March 25 2014)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: CD+DVD
  • Label: Warner Music
  • In-Print Editions: Audio CD  |  LP Record
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1 customer review)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #20,918 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

Disc: 1
1. Fake Your Death
2. Honey, This Mirror Isn't Big Enough For The Two Of Us
3. Vampires Will Never Hurt You
4. Helena
5. You Know What They Do To Guys Like Us In Prison
6. I'm Not OK (I Promise)
7. The Ghost Of You
8. Welcome To The Black Parade
9. Cancer
10. Mama
See all 19 tracks on this disc
Disc: 2
1. I'm Not OK (I Promise) Version 1
2. I'm Not OK (I Promise) Version 2
3. Helena
4. The Ghost of You
5. Welcome To The Black Parade
6. Famous Last Words
7. I Don't Love You
8. Teenagers
9. Blood
10. Na Na Na & Art is A Weapon
See all 12 tracks on this disc

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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Ashley on May 26 2014
Format: Audio CD Verified Purchase
The greatest hits CD by MCR is amazing, I consider it to be a great ending to the MCR era!
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13 of 14 people found the following review helpful
Vinyl edition has some issues... April 4 2014
By Kaitie Kinsey - Published on
Format: LP Record Verified Purchase
My Chemical Romance is my favorite band of all time, and the music found on this collection is stellar. I won't say too much about the music, other than that I personally love it, especially the "last" My Chem song "Fake Your Death" and the "Attic Demos" from before their first album. The music is not the issue here, nor is Amazon's customer service, which did a fabulous job of fixing a shipping problem with my order. Also, I personally think that the DVD is great. Some people were disappointed that it contained outtakes from the videos as opposed to the videos themselves, but seeing as I own every My Chem DVD that came before this and have seen the videos multiple times, this is awesome to me and I've already watched it twice in the 2 days since I've received it.

I have three distinct problems with this vinyl package. Some people may not care at all about these things, but I collect records so these seemed pretty major to me:
1] Both of my discs came absolutely covered in fingerprints and even a few small scuffs on all 4 sides. I know that vinyl is packaged by hand, and I've received brand new records with a few fingerprints and signs of human touch and handling. That is acceptable to me, especially as I always clean my discs before playing regardless of how they look, but this is the worst I have ever seen. Almost as if someone rubbed their hands on all the sides of the records and carelessly packaged them.
2] The two extra items that came with the package, the armband/brassard and DVD, were literally stuck with adhesive to the inside of the gatefold sleeve, essentially ruining that side. This adhesive will not come off of the sleeve, and once the items are removed, the adhesive sticks to the other side of the sleeve, threatening to rip that side as well. Part of the point of the sleeve is to house the beautiful artwork that adds to this collection, and having tape ruin it is unacceptable to me. Again, I've never seen anything like this on a record, and for the price of this collection, I feel that this shouldn't have happened.
3] (not a huge issue but some like me will care) The "Parental Advisory" warning is actually printed onto the artwork on the sleeve. Again, another issue I've never seen with any other record I've purchased besides another My Chem one. Most "Parental Advisory" records I own came with that label as a sticker either on the wrapping on the outside or on the back so that it doesn't obscure the artwork, but still serves its purpose. Part of the reason I buy vinyl is for the large format artwork, so this really disappoints me.

All in all, the rest of the package seems to be high quality. The DVD works fine and had no scratches, and the gatefold is gorgeous and the artwork is high quality. The discs, besides the fingerprints, are nice and sturdy and not warped at all. I can't speak for the CD, but I can say that the vinyl version is probably only for really big fans of the band who will be thrilled to have it regardless of the quality control issues.

Side note: I cannot comment on the mastering (dynamic range compared to CD/Digital, etc.) of this collection on vinyl because I am in between setups and cannot play anything at the moment. I would've probably bought this collection on vinyl regardless of the mastering because of My Chem holding my "favorite band ever" status, but good or bad mastering may either add or remove a star from my review in the future.
12 of 13 people found the following review helpful
It's sad to say goodbye March 25 2014
By kyra shivers - Published on
Format: Audio CD
I loved it, it was a great send off for twelve years. The video is all the outtakes the world never got to see. It provided a perspective we weren't given.
7 of 8 people found the following review helpful
When I was a young boy... March 25 2014
By Watso - Published on
Format: LP Record Verified Purchase
I first discovered My Chemical Romance as a young teenager after the release of Three Cheers for Sweet Revenge. Even though my musical tastes have constantly evolved from my early years of interest in music, my love for MCR has remained constant. Few bands have mastered the art of concept albums as well as these guys have, and I am sad to see them go.

For the reviews here that suggests that you should not buy it if you're getting it for the DVD, I recommend that most of you ignore such comments. The main reason that I bought this, and why I imagine anyone else would have bought this record, is to listen to some awesome music. Being something of an audiophile, the ability to purchase a vinyl record set of some of my favorite songs without breaking the bank was an opportunity that I couldn't resist (a vinyl of Three Cheers or The Black Parade will run you HUNDREDS of dollars sometimes). While these albums are excellent when listened through all in one go, it was nice to tour some of the best songs across four different albums crammed into one compilation.

For those of you who bought this on CD, its still going to be a great record to have in your collection. Unlike me, you have the added benefit of not having to swap vinyls or flip sides while listening.

As for the unreleased track "Fake Your Death," it was definitely a great track. You can hear blended elements of different MCR eras, and it was not a bad tune to go out with.

Lastly, I will say it is a bummer that the free MP3 version of the album is filled with radio edits. I consider radio edits similar to censored paintings or books - it alters the message and overall aesthetic. I have most of these songs on CD already, though, so I'm not bummed about it enough to let it detract from my rating.
12 of 15 people found the following review helpful
Five Stars July 23 2014
By Topher - Published on
Format: Audio CD Verified Purchase
Awesome CD. Great songs. Much listen. Very song. Wow
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
Worth It June 3 2014
By Aubrey - Published on
Format: LP Record Verified Purchase
Got this vinyl record about a month or two ago. Thought about preordering the set that included a bonus going away t-shirt, but decided it wasn't the right time (and the shirt was too bare and stripped down for my taste, just black with white letters), even though it was being released around my birthday, but I chose not to give myself a gift, especially when I didn't even own a record player at the time. Circumstances changed, and I came into a humble beginning of owning a record player and a vinyl and this happened to be the one out of many (still kind of want to pick up a copy of the War on Drugs) that seemed to fill a want in my newly started vinyl record collecting hobby.

This is a very comprehensive collection of this short lived (in comparison to some of the other competition in rock and roll today, like RHCP or the Stones or the Misfits) band that I tapped into in HS. The collection of songs on this is satisfactory, although there were some songs omitted that I would have liked to have heard from the Black Parade or 3 Cheers, though I can't quite remember which ones I was wanting.

The delivery of this was good enough. The plastic seal on it was good in that it could be used for protection of the casing, but it was not nearly tight enough to be good for display. The funeral march arm band was scrape by quality, in that it doesn't look like it's actually meant to be a fashion accessory. The arm band and the dvd were not attached in the most logical way, they were just glued on which was a bit distracting from the MCR vinyl. Though not bad enough for me to create a big stink about it, I figure I'll be holding onto this one for a long time, well into the time when the glue loses it's stickiness and begins to yellow and dry up, that is what I hope for at least.

A quick thought that just popped in my head was that I was happy with the weight of the record. Not flimsy and paper thin, rather it felt strong and durable. I note this because I have heard about research stating their are pro's to 180+ gram weights. Kind of a preferential thing to me though, like wanting to a sandwich from Jimmy Johns instead of Subway, Panera, Potbelly's, made from scratch with Safeway ingredients, or other sandwich places.

In closing, I did not watch the DVD, wear the arm band, preorder for the bonus t-shirt, rather I patiently waited and ordered the basic approachable introductory set. I think that it was Warner Bros, who signed them (MCR) and I must say, that they had an excellent eye for the future (even though less than a decade later they would be disbanded), because of the brief impact of these 6 (I think there were two step in replacements, that is a drummer and a bassist) musicians who set out for a seemingly undefined goal (this is what I gathered from a documentary) of making good music. So here's to you Gerard and Mikey Way (and the other two whose names I forgot but faces I remember), shut up and take my money. Though, I do have a feeling this end to them is more of a break than a full blown retirement, that is unless they decide to do other industry duties, like the Umbrella comics that Gerard produced.

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