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I wish it was like it was before

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chpeverill-conti's picture
on July 17, 2014 - 8:09am

I was just looking at the old website on this website that lets you view and use websites with past formats. Then I started watching videos from 2003. It made me miss them so bad. On their old website, they were posting all the time about shows. Gerard was advertising a "21+ album release show, grab your bat repellant and your eyeliner." They were also advertising an "MCR street team." I wish that they still interacted with us like that, when they were still a new band and figuring stuff out. I really like their earlier albums (bullets and three cheers) because they were much heavier and darker. I wish I could have been into them then, but I was 5. Do you think the MCR boys read our posts? I feel like they're ignoring us, sure Gerard tweets but they don't take the time to nCOMMUNICATE or to let us know how they're feeling. On the old website, they posted blogs that had actual meaning. It makes me really sad to see how they don't really work with us like they used to. They're the band, but we're the fans. Without us, the band would be nothing. Even though they're not a band anymore, I wish that they would interact with us. If we weren't die-hard fans who continue to buy their merch and their music and write fanfiction and draw fanart and post on social networking sites, they would just die out like other bands who's fan's moved on. I wish I could have been there for the beginning.
- Z