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You only hear the music when your heart begins to break...

I just found out today that MCR broke up. I find that pretty depressing. I hadn't started listening to them until about a year ago and I fell in love. I found something in My Chem's music that is hard to find; not only relatable but raw, unsenored and true to itself. Its the kind of music that leaves you wanting more. I have most of their music now and have listened to it over and over again. I felt a real connection with MCR; the music and the band itself. I was really happy with some of their latest music and was looking foreward to how they would develop that sound.