My Chemical Romance to release limited edition live package

Set includes a bullet-shaped USB drive and vest

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My Chemical Romance have announced the release of a limited edition package to accompany an extended version of last year’s concert DVD filmed at the Palacio de los Deportes sports arena in Mexico City.

The show was filmed in 2007 on ‘The Black Parade’ world tour and now live footage of the nine-song encore from that show is being released.

The package features a bullet-shaped USB drive attached to a brand-new custom-designed ‘¡Venganza!’ vest – copied from those worn by the band on their world tour in support of 2004’s ‘Three Cheers for Sweet Revenge’. Only 5,000 of the vests have been produced.

In addition to the nine-track encore, the bundle includes exclusive photos of the band taken during the show, and those who pre-order the package on the band’s official website will receive instant downloads of the live, previously unreleased versions of ‘Give ‘Em Hell, Kid’ and ‘Helena’ from the show. The package, which is priced at $49.99, will ship on March 31.

The tracklisting for ‘¡Venganza!’ is:

‘I'm Not Okay (I Promise)’
‘Cemetery Drive’
‘Thank You For The Venom’
‘The Jetset Life Is Gonna Kill You’
‘The Ghost Of You’
‘It's Not A Fashion Statement It's A Deathwish’
‘Give 'Em Hell Kid’
‘You Know What They Do To Guys Like Us In Prison’

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