This classic My Chemical Romance album just returned to the charts
It looks like My Chemical Romance fans have been listening to one particular album a lot this week.
According to the Billboard 200, a classic MCR album has re-entered the charts after being released over 15 years ago.
We are just a few weeks away from the one year anniversary of My Chemical Romance announcing their return. Now, it looks like MCR fans are already celebrating the special day by streaming one of their albums a whole lot.
16 years after its release, Three Cheers For Sweet Revenge has officially re-entered the charts this week. The 2004 album is currently sitting at No. 185 on the Billboard 200. Following its release, the LP spent 79 weeks on the chart and peaked at No. 28.
[Photo via Billboard][/caption]This isn't the first time Three Cheers For Sweet Revenge has re-entered the music charts in recent years. Back in March 2019, the album re-entered at No. 191 on the Billboard 200. The chart re-entry happened around March 22, the day My Chemical Romance announced their break up in 2013.
The chart re-entry also comes just days after one fan seemingly uncovered another return clue from the Danger Days era. An eagle-eyed fan noticed Gerard Way wearing an olive green jacket during an old interview, a clothing item that has symbolized MCR's return era. The jacket also had an American flag patch which could've been a hint to their return show in Los Angeles.
As well, My Chemical Romance recently unveiled some new vinyl of Three Cheers For Sweet Revenge, The Black Parade and Danger Days. Each vinyl features a color that truly defines a specific My Chemical Romance era.
Last week, MCR fans finally learned that the rare Life On The Murder Scene vinyl is finally getting released thanks to Record Story Day. The LP arrives on Black Friday following various coronavirus pandemic delays.
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