My Chemical Romance announce new album tracklisting – first listen

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My Chemical Romance have announced the tracklisting for their new album – and NME has heard the record in full.

The band release 'Danger Days: The True Lives Of The Fabulous Killjoys' on November 22, and it will feature the following songs:

'Look Alive, Sunshine'
'Na Na Na'
'Sing'
'Planetary (Go!)'
'The Only Hope For Me Is You'
'Jet-Star And The Kobra Kid / Traffic Report'
'Party Poison'
'Save Yourself, I'll Hold Them Back'
'The Scarecrow Blues'
'Anytime You Want'
'Destroyah'
'The Kids From Yesterday'
'Goodnite Dr Death'
'Vampire Money'


Go to the NME.COM/blog now for our first listen preview of 'Danger Days: The True Lives Of The Fabulous Killjoys'.

Meanwhile, My Chemical Romance have announced they will preview the album with a series of UK shows in October.


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