Danger Days: The True Lives of the Fabulous Killjoys

Danger Days: The True Lives of the Fabulous Killjoys
Danger Days: The True Lives of the Fabulous Killjoys
Studio album by My Chemical Romance
Released November 22, 2010 (2010-11-22)
Recorded June 2009–July 2010
Calabasas, California[1]
Genre Alternative rock
Length 53:56
Label Reprise
Producer Rob Cavallo, My Chemical Romance
My Chemical Romance chronology
¡Venganza!
(2009)
Danger Days: The True Lives of the Fabulous Killjoys
(2010)
The Mad Gear and Missile Kid
(2010)
Singles from Danger Days: The True Lives of the Fabulous Killjoys
  1. "Na Na Na (Na Na Na Na Na Na Na Na Na)"
    Released: September 28, 2010
  2. "The Only Hope for Me Is You"
    Released: October 11, 2010
  3. "Sing"
    Released: November 3, 2010
  4. "Planetary (Go!)"
    Released: March 25, 2011

Danger Days: The True Lives of the Fabulous Killjoys is the fourth studio album by American alternative rock band My Chemical Romance. The album was produced by Rob Cavallo and was released by Warner Music and Reprise Records on 19 November 2010. The album was released in the USA by Reprise Records on 22 November 2010.

Contents

Concept

The album's concept is based around the lives of the "Fabulous Killjoys", in the setting of a post-apocalyptic California in the year 2019. Promotional websites for the album reference the alleged 2012 doomsday prediction as a possible cause of the fictional catastrophe. The band's alter-egos are the four Killjoys: "Party Poison" (Gerard Way), "Jet Star" (Ray Toro), "Fun Ghoul" (Frank Iero), and "Kobra Kid" (Mikey Way), shown in the videos for "Na Na Na" and "Sing". The Killjoys are a group of outlaws who are fighting against the evil corporation Better Living Industries (BL/ind.) and it's various "Draculoids" and exterminators, such as Korse (Grant Morrison).[2] The character aliases were originally the names of their "designer" guns.[3] Their guide is the pirate radio DJ named Dr. Death Defying who is voiced by Steve Montano (also known by the stage name "Steve, Righ?" when performing with Mindless Self Indulgence[4]).

The two music videos show a girl simply known as 'Little Girl' or 'The Girl' (played by young upcoming actress and singer/songwriter Grace Jeanette Clarke[5]) and Dr. Death Defying's sidekick 'Show Pony' (played by a performer known as Ricky Rebel[6]). '"Na Na Na" shows the Killjoys' daily lives until Korse defeats them and captures the girl, and "Sing" shows Killjoy's rescue mission to get her back; however, this mission sees the gang wiped out in the process, though the girl is taken in by Dr. Death Defying and their other allies.[7]

A website for Better Living Industries was launched in November 2010, featuring a mission statement, a report from the Zones and a merchandise store.[8]

Gerard Way has said the inspiration for the song was a Trans-Am car he had seen years ago and the visual idea of it driving fast through a desert: this car is the one used in the music videos. Way has also stated "there is no story" in the album itself, with Dr. Death Defying's interludes "painting a picture of this world" and he feels the songs are quite "direct".[3]

The final track, "Vampire Money", was a reaction to the band being asked to do a song for the Twilight franchise. Gerard Way said that the reason the song was on the album was because "there’s a lot of people chasing that fucking money. ‘Twilight?’ A lot of people around us were like, ‘please, for the love of God, do this fucking movie.’ But we’d moved on."[9]

Promotion

The band posted a teaser trailer for the album on September 17, 2010 via their official YouTube account, entitled "Art Is the Weapon".[10] This was followed by the announcement of tour dates throughout Europe as part of the World Contamination Tour.[11] The album's first single "Na Na Na" premiered on air September 22, 2010 via WRFF in Philadelphia, Zane Lowe's radio show on BBC Radio 1, and KROQ-FM in Los Angeles.[12] It has also been announced that "Na Na Na" will be sung in Simlish in The Sims 3: Late Night, to be released October 26, 2010.[13] "Na, Na, Na" was also named the official theme song to the WWE PPV event, TLC: Tables, Ladders, & Chairs 2010.[14] The single for "The Only Hope for Me Is You" was released as a single on October 11, and it was also given as a free download to anyone who pre-ordered the album at the iTunes Store. The song "Planetary (Go!)" featured as the lead song in Gran Turismo 5 and in the opening credits to the game (except for the Japanese version), on PS3 and was premiered live on October 23, 2010. "Planetary (Go!)" was also used in an advertisement for Super Bowl XLV. "The Kids From Yesterday" was also premiered live on October 23, 2010. Earlier in October, all four members of the band had a world exclusive interview with Kerrang! as a means of explaining Danger Days. "Save Yourself, I'll Hold Them Back" was released as a free download on the band's official website on 5 November 2010.[15] The album premiered on November 16, 2010 on the band's official website, hosted by Dr. Death Defying.[16] The songs "Na Na Na" and "Destroya" were also featured on the hit MTV show Teen Wolf. Sing was used in a promotional trailer for its Sky TV premiere.

Reception

Critical response

Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 4.5/5 stars[17]
Alternative Press 4/5 stars [18]
The A.V. Club (D-)[19]
Entertainment Weekly (B-)[20]
Kerrang! 5/5 stars[21]
IGN 9/10 stars[22]
NME 8/10 stars[23]
Rock Sound 8/10 stars[24]
Rolling Stone 3.5/5 stars [25]
Spin 7/10 stars[26]

Upon its release, Danger Days: The True Lives of the Fabulous Killjoys received generally positive reviews from most music critics.[27] At Metacritic, which assigns a normalized rating out of 100 to reviews from mainstream critics, the album received an average score of 70, based on 26 reviews, which indicates "Generally favorable reviews".[27]

Rock Sound received a preview of the album, commenting "the way they've used everything they learned on The Black Parade and tightened up in certain places feels natural and confident" and that it sees "the creativity of the band taking flight musically, graphically and literally."[28] Dan Martin of NME got the chance to preview the album and had equally positive reviews. He stated that "[t]his is the best rock record of the year by such a margin that you actually feel rather embarrassed for everybody else."[29] Alternative Press has reviewed the album, and comments, "It's truly hard to believe this is the same act who exploded onto the scene six years ago with the raging anthem, "I'm Not Okay (I Promise)"", as well as stating, "MCR have fully followed their own larger-than-life creative vision", with a rating of four stars.[18] Matt Heafy, frontman and guitarist of the metal band, Trivium, listed the album as the 4th best album of 2010.[30] Stephen Erelwine of Allmusic awarded the album four and a half stars out of five and said the band were, "Swapping gothic pomp for metallic power pop..." and that, "there’s no emo bloodletting...but for most listeners it’s crystallized fun, the purest rush My Chemical Romance has ever delivered."[31]

Rock Sound later reviewed the album, saying that "If MCR were your favourite band in the past it might feel like it’s going to take some steady reappraisal before you ink their new logo on your rough book" and that " ‘Danger Days…’ simply sounds like they’re having way more fun than ever" with a rating of eight stars out of ten.[24] was number 28 on Rolling Stone's list of the 30 Best Albums of 2010.[32]

Editions

In addition to the standard CD edition, the band also offered the California 2019 Edition exclusively through its official online store. The edition features the standard CD version of the album as well as an exclusive EP, The Mad Gear and Missile Kid, a 48-page book entitled Art Is the Weapon, a wooden "bad luck beads" bracelet, one of four polyresin prop ray-guns and a matching mask housed in a white box adorned with a photo sleeve. Unfortunately because of manufacturing problems involving the craftsmanship of the ray-guns, the packages were shipped later in the year in February 2011, with the pre-ordered CD and EP arriving on time at standard shipping speed.[33]

An iTunes deluxe version was also released featuring the song "We Don't Need Another Song About California" and the music video for "Na Na Na".

Tour

On September 19, 2010, the band announced "The World Contamination Tour", so far taking place in parts of the UK, France, Amsterdam and Germany.[34] This was followed by US radio dates in December before moving onto Japan, a full Europe tour, a US tour, European festivals and the Honda Civic Tour with Blink-182 in 2011.

Track listing

All songs written by Frank Iero, Ray Toro, Gerard Way and Mikey Way, except where noted.

No. Title Writer(s) Length
1. "Look Alive, Sunshine"     0:29
2. "Na Na Na (Na Na Na Na Na Na Na Na Na)"   Bob Bryar, Iero, Toro, G. Way, M. Way 3:25
3. "Bulletproof Heart"   Bryar, Iero, Toro, G. Way, M. Way 4:55
4. "Sing"     4:29
5. "Planetary (GO!)"     4:06
6. "The Only Hope for Me Is You"   Bryar, Iero, Toro, G. Way, M. Way 4:32
7. "Jet-Star and the Kobra Kid/Traffic Report"     0:26
8. "Party Poison"   Bryar, Iero, Toro, G. Way, M. Way 3:35
9. "Save Yourself, I'll Hold Them Back"   Bryar, Iero, Toro, G. Way, M. Way 3:49
10. "S/C/A/R/E/C/R/O/W"     4:27
11. "Summertime"     4:06
12. "DESTROYA"     4:32
13. "The Kids from Yesterday"     5:24
14. "Goodnite, Dr. Death"     1:58
15. "Vampire Money"     3:37
Total length:
53:56

The Mad Gear and Missile Kid

The Mad Gear and Missile Kid is an exclusive three-track EP by a fictional alter-ego band of the same name, and comes with the California 2019 special edition of the album.[33][35] Guitarist Frank Iero told MTV "It's basically what the Killjoys are listening to in the car as they're having those gun battles".[36]

Release history

Standard edition
Region Date Label Format Catalog
Australia November 19, 2010 Reprise CD 9362497189
Canada November 22, 2010 2521752
Chile December 2, 2010 5217522
Germany[37] November 19, 2010 9362497189
Ireland
Japan[38] November 24, 2010 WPCR13948
Korea November 23, 2010 WKPD0196
New Zealand November 22, 2010 9362497189
Taiwan November 23, 2010
United Kingdom November 22, 2010
United States 5217522
February 1, 2011 12" vinyl 5217521
Limited edition
Region Date Label Format Catalog
United States November 22, 2010 Reprise Records CD, Box Set 5259622

Charts

Chart (2010) Peak
position
Australian Albums Chart[39] 10
Austrian Albums Chart[40][41] 15
Belgian Albums Chart (Flanders)[42] 79
Belgian Albums Chart (Wallonia)[43] 99
Canadian Albums Chart[44] 13
Dutch Albums Chart[40][45] 60
European Top 100 Albums[46] 18
Finnish Albums Chart[40][47] 9
French Albums Chart[40][48] 80
Greek Albums Chart[49] 32
German Albums Chart[40] 18
Irish Albums Chart[40] 14
Japanese Albums Chart[50] 8
Mexican Albums Chart[51] 9
New Zealand Albums Chart[52] 4
Norwegian Albums Chart[40] 21
Polish Albums Chart[40] 46
Scottish Albums Chart[53] 13
Spanish Albums Chart[54] 31
Swedish Albums Chart[55] 34
Swiss Albums Chart[56] 25
Taiwan western music chart 5
UK Albums Chart[57] 14
U.S. Billboard 200[58] 8
U.S. Billboard Rock Albums[59] 1
U.S. Billboard Alternative Albums[60] 1
U.S. Billboard Digital Albums[61] 3
U.S. Billboard Tastemaker Albums Chart[62] 3
U.S. Billboard World Albums Chart[40] 7

Certifications

Territory Provider Certification
New Zealand RIANZ Gold[63]
United Kingdom BPI Gold[64]

Chart procession and succession

Preceded by
Born Free by Kid Rock
U.S. Billboard Rock Albums number-one album
December 11, 2010 - December 18, 2010
Succeeded by
Born Free by Kid Rock
Preceded by
What Separates Me from You by A Day to Remember
U.S. Billboard Alternative Albums number-one album
December 11, 2010 - December 18, 2010
Succeeded by
Sigh No More by Mumford & Sons

Personnel

Band
Additional
  • Rob Cavallo – producer, drums on "The Kids from Yesterday"
  • Dorian Crozier – drums on "Bulletproof Heart"
  • Airi Isoda as NewsAGoGo – vocals on "Party Poison"
  • Bob Bryar – drums, percussion (tracks 2, 4-6, 8-12 and 15), additional vocals on "Save Yourself, I'll Hold Them Back"
  • Steven Montano (Steve, Righ?) as Dr. Death Defying – vocals on "Look Alive, Sunshine", "Na Na Na (Na Na Na Na Na Na Na Na Na)," "Jet-Star and the Kobra Kid/Traffic Report", and "Goodnite, Dr. Death"
  • Jamie Muhoberackeyboards, sound design
  • Michael Pedicone – drums on The Mad Gear and Missile Kid EP
  • Jonathan Rivera – additional vocals on "Save Yourself, I'll Hold Them Back"

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