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My Chemical Romance formed in suburban New Jersey in 2001 out of a mutual love of horror movies, music and punk philosophies. The group’s first song was “Skylines and Turnstiles,” which was penned after experiencing the devastation of 9/11. The band recorded I Brought You My Bullets, You Brought Me Your Love, which was released on in 2003.

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Product details

  • Audio CD (12 April 2004)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: 20/20
  • ASIN: B0001XLXRU
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  Vinyl  |  MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (64 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 4,730 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. Romance
2. Honey, This Mirror Isn’t Big Enough For The Two Of Us
3. Vampires Will Never Hurt You
4. Drowning Lessons
5. Our Lady Of Sorrows
6. Headfirst For Halos
7. Skylines And Turnstiles
8. Early Sunsets Over Monroeville
9. This Is The Best Day Ever
10. Cubicles
11. Demolition Lovers

Customer Reviews

4.5 out of 5 stars

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20 of 20 people found the following review helpful By Carrie Love on 21 April 2005
Format: Audio CD
I suggest you buy this album if you like the new one. It's slightly more "screamo" and a bit edgier though. It seems to be full of Gerard's pain and turmoil and it's really raw. An album worth listening to if you want to relate to this pain and anger and want to scream along. Two very enthusiastic thumbs up! I actually like it slightly more than the second.
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47 of 49 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on 29 Aug. 2005
Format: Audio CD
I only recently 'discovered' My Chemical Romance, and after falling in love with 'Three Cheers For Sweet Revenge', my next step was to purchase their debut.
I was initially put off by reviews stating that 'I Brought You Bullets, You Brought Me Your Love' was a 'darker' album than 'Three Cheers' (which isn't the most light-hearted of albums itself). Nevertheless, I bought 'Bullets'. And I was a bowled over.
'Bullets' is a fantastic album, and I can see that 'Three Cheers' was a natural progression from it. Although both albums are drained with the distinctive MCR sound, there are obvious differences. 'Bullets' is more raw and less polished. Strangely, its 'imperfections' only serve to make the album sound even more brilliant. More emotionally striking than 'Three Cheers', 'Bullets' is a very impressive debut.
It's hard to identify the standout tracks, as the entire album is of a high standard, but 'Drowning Lessons' is wonderful.
If, like me, you're a little deterred by reviewers describing this album as 'dakrer', but you love 'Three Cheers', just buy it. You will NOT regret it!
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34 of 36 people found the following review helpful By Alice <3 on 21 Sept. 2006
Format: Audio CD
Compared to Three Cheers this album is less polished but just as great if not better and has a much more sinister feel. I personally cannot choose between the two albums as i feel they both have something different to offer. so don't be put off by the darker lyrics and and more vocal sound, it is amazing.

My personal favourite songs are 'Our Lady of Sorrows', 'Skylines and turnstiles' and 'Headfirst for Halos'.

'Demolition lovers' is really sweet. listen to the lyrics. <3

Romance - Musical intro

Honey this mirror isn't big enough for both of us - *

"The amount of pills I'm taking, counteracts the booze I'm drinking" 5/5

Vampires will never hurt you -

"And if they get me and the sun goes down into the ground

And if they get me take this spike to my heart" 4.5/5

Drowning lessons -

"A kiss goodbye, your twisted shell

As rice grains and roses fall at your feet" 4.5/5

Our Lady of Sorrows - (my favourite song)*****

"Oh how wrong we were to think

That immortality meant never dying" 10/10

Headfirst for halos - **

"And as the fragments of my skull begin to fall

Fall on your tongue like pixie dust just think happy thoughts" 5/5

Skylines and turnstiles - ***

MCR's first ever song for those of you who are interested. Written about 9/11.

"And after seeing what we saw, can we still reclaim our innocence

And if the world needs something better, let's give them one more reason now" 5/5

Early sunsets over Monroeville -

"Before I pull this trigger,

Your eyes vacant and stained...
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11 of 12 people found the following review helpful By "rubabyuk" on 21 May 2005
Format: Audio CD
The transition from this album to 3 Cheers is amazing. Whilst 3 Cheers has hook-filled riffs and the production is obviously better, this album is much darker and edgier than the second. If you are just getting into MCR then you have probably just bought 3 Cheers or heard their recent singles...be aware that this album is very different. Personally I think this is as equal to 3 Cheers. I think the song 'Our Lady Of Sorrows' stands out more than any other, and is definatley one to look forward to at a live gig. 'Headfirst For Halos' is laced with irony, it sounds so jovial but has emotional and gritty lyrics. You can see the bands mentality has changed so much since then, and it was certainly ahead of its time when it came out. If you have the 2nd album...you need this one too, just purely for the contrast and to understand where the band are coming from.
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11 of 12 people found the following review helpful By AnfieldWrap on 1 Mar. 2007
Format: Audio CD
I bought this on a whim after getting into the band with The Black Parade, and it's absolutely brilliant! Every song's great, but my favourite has to be Drowning Lessons - one listen and it's been in my head ever since! I would strongly recommend this...
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Tom Maddi on 22 Nov. 2010
Format: Audio CD
'I Brought You My Bullets, You Brought Me Your Love' is the edgy, aggressive, dark, emotional and all-round excellent debut from New Jersey rockers My Chemical Romance.

1. 'Romance' 4/5

The albums opener is a beautiful piece of music, solely on guitar with the added effect of an old buzzing radio in the background. It quickly sets you in the mood for the rest of the album. This thing isn't exactly going to be all 'fluffy clouds and rainbows.'

2. 'Honey, This Mirror Isn't Big Enough For The Two Of Us' 5/5

After the somber, almost peaceful nature of the first track you almost become settled. 'Honey' comes right in with a harcore, full-throttle punk riff that will get you banging your head. As soon as front-man Gerard Way opens his mouth we are also introduced too his dark, poetic lyrics that paint all-sorts of dark, twisted and fantastical images into our head. Even when the pace slows, the song still isn't far from the next crazy verse. A very good punk-anthem that sets the album off in the right way after the instrumental.

3. 'Vampires Will Never Hurt You' 5/5

This is the song in which the albums concept first comes into play. It tells the story of two lovers who are plagued by the dangers of vampires, and everything along with them. Starting off quiet moderately paced, Gerards semi-screamo lyrics are bursting at the seems to explode into 'HARDCORE' mode; which is exactly what happens after the first minute or so. The track continues to dip in between fast, punky, slow and screamo. After the slightly off-concept (but still brilliant) 'Honey', 'Vampires' really kicks off the albums story.

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