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El reencuentro de Cassie " The Venomous" con my chemical romance

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MUCHOS SABEN DE CASSIE , MEJOR CONOCIDA COMO " THE VENOMOUS", ORIGINARIA DE CHICAGO Y FIEN SEGUIDORA DE MY CHEMICAL ROMANCE. Y COMO ERA DE ESPERARSE CASSIE SE FUE A VER MY CHEMICAL ROMANCE Y VOLVIO A COMPARTIR CON ELLOS  UNOS BREVES MOMENTOS QUE QUEDARAN PARA EL RECUERDO, PERO QUE VIVIRAN POR SIEMPRE GRACIAS A SUS BLOG.

EL VIERNES CASSIE NOS POSTEO LA INFO Y UNA VES QUE HABLE CON ELLA Y PEDI PERMISO PARA TRADUCIR AL ESPAÑOL SU EXPERIENCIA VIVIDA TRAS EL CONCIERTO ME PERMITIO TRAERLA CONMIGO A SI MISMO LAS FOTOS QUE ACONTINUACION DETALLO.

AGRADESCO ENORMEMENTE A CASSIE POR COMPARTIRLO Y DEJARME TRAERLO AL ESPAÑOL PARA USTEDES Y PARA QUIENES QUIERAN SEGUIRLA Y CONOCERLA, DARE LOS DATOS DE SUS BLOGS Y DEMAS CUENTAS,  ES UNA EXELENTE BLOGGERA Y ALGUIEN A QUIEN RECURRO EN NOTAS EN SUS BLOGS A DEMAS ES LA CREADORA DEL FAMOSISIMO @MyChemChat.(SIGUELO EN TWITTER.

 

CASSIE THANKS FOR LET ME TRANSLATE YOUR EXPERIENCE WITH MY CHEM LIVED IN CHICAGO, ME AND MY BLOGGER FAN´S, SAY THANK YOU.
After having just met the band and with the growing anticipation to see them perform again for the first time in years, I felt my entire body start to go numb when the lights dimmed in the moments before MCR took the stage. I don't think any hassle, no matter how big, could have made me stop smiling as I yelled along to their introductory recording of Dr. Death Defying's "Look Alive, Sunshine" speech before the lights came up and the band revealed itself in an energetic mass ready to explode as it doused the audience in the pure awesome that is "Na Na Na (Na Na Na Na Na Na Na Na Na)."
The crowd surged and swirled with breakneck force to the song. Even in my little corner of the crowd where it was more sparse, I felt the wind leave my lungs in a violent burst, not only from screaming along, but from the crushing might of hundreds of fans showing their appreciation for the band they love.
The energy did not let up as the band proceeded into "Thank You For The Venom." Nostalgia raygun-blasted me straight in the face as I watched them perform the song I had come close to seriously injuring myself during from pure loving exertion in the seats of Dayton's Hara Arena for 2005's Taste of Chaos-- my very first concert. 
It dawned on me in that moment that the band's newly charged-up energy is more reminiscent of those old shows than it has been in years. However, that is not to be said that they have regressed-- they have definitely improved. And their energy, if anything, has only taken what it once was and cloned itself tenfold to turn their performances into a huge monster on the prowl.
A benign, monster, that is-- with a mouthpiece who encourages fans' helping one another back up during crowd collapses, welcomes first time show-goers kindly and unabashedly praises his band. A kind, violent machine whose inner-controllers make their way across the stage just to hug one another and to smile and grin while speaking encouraging words.
There was such a brotherly and supportive feeling radiating from MCR when its members would look at one another and smile. Ray crossed the stage and spoke to Mikey and Frank and gave them both hugs. While Gerard was onstage with only James Dewees playing keyboard for "Cancer," I could see Ray watching from the side then applauding proudly at the end of the song. The visible friendship, encouragement and happiness to be playing was heartwarming. Often, bands will perform without members glancing even briefly at any of the others. It's never been that way with MCR, and their connection seemed stronger than ever at last night's show.
The House of Blues in Chicago literally shook under the excited weight of the crowd (especially during our synchronized "Planetary (GO!)" jumping). Even during the slower songs of the band's set, there was still crowd motion, and definitely raised voices singing along at full volume. We also marveled, listened and laughed between songs at things like Gerard's use of animal sounds when he howled before "House of Wolves" or made crow sounds ("CACKAW! CACKAW!") before "Mama."
I grinned proudly and happily for the band through most of the set, still amazed that I was finally seeing them again. I even found myself choking up somewhat during "The Only Hope for Me Is You," "SING," "Welcome To The Black Parade," their newly-arranged version of "The Ghost of You" and "Helena" because I was so moved by their performance and the countless lines of their songs that have spoken so loudly and clearly to me for years and at so many different stages in my life. 
SET SPOILER WARNING
Many were surprised to hear the band play their Bob Dylan cover, "Desolation Row" mid-set, and I think everyone was amazed when the band closed with "The Kids From Yesterday" then came back out to perform "Vampire Money" as an encore! I know I was certainly surprised by the ending! It was perfect. The perfect ending to Danger Days: The True Lives of the Fabulous Killjoys just so happens to be the perfect ending of a live MCR show!
I do not remember their set in order. However, they played the following songs that I can remember:
“Na Na Na (Na Na Na Na Na Na Na Na Na)”
”Thank You For The Venom”
”Planetary (GO)!”
”SING”
”Welcome To The Black Parade”
”House Of Wolves”
”The Ghost Of You” 
”Mama”
”Desolation Row”
“The Only Hope for Me is You”
”Teenagers”
”I’m Not Okay (I Promise)”
”Helena”
"Cancer"
”The Kids From Yesterday”
-ENCORE-
”Vampire Money”
XoXo
c.
After having just met the band and with the growing anticipation to see them perform again for the first time in years, I felt my entire body start to go numb when the lights dimmed in the moments before MCR took the stage. I don't think any hassle, no matter how big, could have made me stop smiling as I yelled along to their introductory recording of Dr. Death Defying's "Look Alive, Sunshine" speech before the lights came up and the band revealed itself in an energetic mass ready to explode as it doused the audience in the pure awesome that is "Na Na Na (Na Na Na Na Na Na Na Na Na)."
The crowd surged and swirled with breakneck force to the song. Even in my little corner of the crowd where it was more sparse, I felt the wind leave my lungs in a violent burst, not only from screaming along, but from the crushing might of hundreds of fans showing their appreciation for the band they love.
The energy did not let up as the band proceeded into "Thank You For The Venom." Nostalgia raygun-blasted me straight in the face as I watched them perform the song I had come close to seriously injuring myself during from pure loving exertion in the seats of Dayton's Hara Arena for 2005's Taste of Chaos-- my very first concert. 
It dawned on me in that moment that the band's newly charged-up energy is more reminiscent of those old shows than it has been in years. However, that is not to be said that they have regressed-- they have definitely improved. And their energy, if anything, has only taken what it once was and cloned itself tenfold to turn their performances into a huge monster on the prowl.
A benign, monster, that is-- with a mouthpiece who encourages fans' helping one another back up during crowd collapses, welcomes first time show-goers kindly and unabashedly praises his band. A kind, violent machine whose inner-controllers make their way across the stage just to hug one another and to smile and grin while speaking encouraging words.
There was such a brotherly and supportive feeling radiating from MCR when its members would look at one another and smile. Ray crossed the stage and spoke to Mikey and Frank and gave them both hugs. While Gerard was onstage with only James Dewees playing keyboard for "Cancer," I could see Ray watching from the side then applauding proudly at the end of the song. The visible friendship, encouragement and happiness to be playing was heartwarming. Often, bands will perform without members glancing even briefly at any of the others. It's never been that way with MCR, and their connection seemed stronger than ever at last night's show.
The House of Blues in Chicago literally shook under the excited weight of the crowd (especially during our synchronized "Planetary (GO!)" jumping). Even during the slower songs of the band's set, there was still crowd motion, and definitely raised voices singing along at full volume. We also marveled, listened and laughed between songs at things like Gerard's use of animal sounds when he howled before "House of Wolves" or made crow sounds ("CACKAW! CACKAW!") before "Mama."
I grinned proudly and happily for the band through most of the set, still amazed that I was finally seeing them again. I even found myself choking up somewhat during "The Only Hope for Me Is You," "SING," "Welcome To The Black Parade," their newly-arranged version of "The Ghost of You" and "Helena" because I was so moved by their performance and the countless lines of their songs that have spoken so loudly and clearly to me for years and at so many different stages in my life. 
SET SPOILER WARNING
Many were surprised to hear the band play their Bob Dylan cover, "Desolation Row" mid-set, and I think everyone was amazed when the band closed with "The Kids From Yesterday" then came back out to perform "Vampire Money" as an encore! I know I was certainly surprised by the ending! It was perfect. The perfect ending to Danger Days: The True Lives of the Fabulous Killjoys just so happens to be the perfect ending of a live MCR show!
I do not remember their set in order. However, they played the following songs that I can remember:
“Na Na Na (Na Na Na Na Na Na Na Na Na)”
”Thank You For The Venom”
”Planetary (GO)!”
”SING”
”Welcome To The Black Parade”
”House Of Wolves”
”The Ghost Of You” 
”Mama”
”Desolation Row”
“The Only Hope for Me is You”
”Teenagers”
”I’m Not Okay (I Promise)”
”Helena”
"Cancer"
”The Kids From Yesterday”
-ENCORE-
”Vampire Money”
XoXo
c.
TRADUCCION AL ESPAÑOL 

Después de haber conocido a la banda y con la anticipacion creciendo para verlos actuar de nuevo por primera vez en años, sentí que mi cuerpo entero comenzaba a entumecerse cuando las luces se apagaron en los momentos antes de que MCR, subiera al escenario. Yo creo que nada, no importa cuán grande, podría haber hecho que yo parará de sonreír o de gritar durante la introduccion grabada del Dr. Death Defying -"Look Alive, Sunshine"durante el discurso se encendieron las luces y revelan a si mismos como una masa energética a punto de explotar, fue cuando la audiencia se introduce increiblemente en la pureza de "Na Na Na (Na Na Na Na Na Na Na Na Na)".

La multitud se arremolinó y con una fuerza vertiginosa de la canción. Incluso en mi pequeño rincón entre la multitud, donde era más escasa, sentí el viento deje mis pulmones en un estallido de violencia, no sólo de gritar a lo largo, sino de la fuerza aplastante de cientos de aficionados que muestran su agradecimiento por la banda que les gusta.

La energía no bajo hasta que la banda procedió a "Thank You For The Venom". Nostalgia, con una pistola de rayos-me golpeé directamente a la cara mientras miraba interpretar la canción yo debia acercarme, encerio a autolastimarme durante la exercion de amor puro en los asientos del Hara Arena de Dayton en el 2005 en la gira del Taste of Chaos - mi primer concierto.

Me di cuenta en ese momento que la banda recién cargada de energía es más una reminiscencia de esos viejos programas que no han sido vistos en años. Sin embargo, no quiere decir que no hayan regresado – ya que definitivamente han mejorado. Y en todo caso mas su energia, solamente tomaron lo que tenian y se clonaron mas de diez veces, mientras interpretaban sus ejecuciones como un enorme monstruo al acecho.

Un monstruo malo, es decir - con una boquilla que alienta a los aficionados 'ayudarse unos a otros durante el colapso de la multitud, nos dan la bienvenida por primera vez a los asistentes , para mostrarnos el resultado, con amabilidad y descaradamente alabando a su banda. Un tipo, de máquina violenta cuyos controladores internos hacen su camino a través del escenario sólo para abrazarlos y sonreirles y conpartir algunas palabras de aliento.

Había un sentimiento fraternal y solidario que irradia de MCR, cuando sus miembros se miran unos a otros y sonríen. Ray cruzó el escenario y habló con Mikey y Frank y les dio dos abrazos. Mientras que Gerard estaba en el escenario solamente con James Dewees quien toco el piano para "cáncer", pude ver a Ray mirandolo por un lado y luego aplaudiendo con orgullo en la final de la canción. La amistad era visible, y la felicidad de estar tocando fue conmovedor. A menudo, las hay bandas cuyas presentaciones no son compartidas entre los miembros, ni siquiera para mirarse aunque sea brevemente. Nunca ha sido así con MCR, y su relación parecía más fuerte que nunca en el show de anoche.

El House of Blues de Chicago, literalmente se sacudió bajo el peso de la excitación de la multitud (sobre todo en nuestra sincronizada "Planetario (Vamos)" saltamos). Incluso durante las canciones lentas interpretadas por la banda, todavía había movimiento de gente, y sin duda habia voces cantando a todo volumen. También se maravillaban, al escucharlos y reían entre canción y canción. Huvo cosas que me gustaron como cuando Gerard hizo sonidos de animales como cuando gritó antes de "House of Wolves" o cuando hizo sonidos como("CACKAW! CACKAW!") Antes de "Mamá".

Estoy orgullosa y feliz por la banda durante la mayor parte de la presentacion, aun mas mi azombro de que finalmente los volvi a ver de nuevo. Incluso me encontré chokeada durante la cancion "The Only Hopr For Me Is You", "Sing",y "Welcome To The Black Parade", y su nueva versión concertada de "The Ghost of You" y "Helena" porque fui motivada por su presentacion y las innumerables líneas de sus canciones que me han hablado tan alto y claro desde hace años y en diferentes y tantas etapas en mi vida.


JUEGO DE ATENCION SPOILER
Muchos se sorprendieron al escuchar que la banda tocara su cover, "Desolation Row"de Bob Dylan a mediados de la presentacion, y creo que todo el mundo estaba sorprendido cuando la banda cerró con "The Kids From Yesterday" y luego volvió a salir para interprestar "Vampire money " como un complemento Sé que me ha sorprendido sin duda el final! ..Era perfecto. El final perfecto para días de peligro: Las verdaderas vidas de los fabulosos Aguafiestas, solopaso a ser el final perfecto de un show en vivo de MCR!


No recuerdo su conjunto en orden. Sin embargo, tocaron las siguientes canciones, que yo recuerde:

"Na Na Na (Na Na Na Na Na Na Na Na Na)"
"Thank You For The Venom"
"Planetario (GO)!"
"SING"
"Bienvenidos a la Desfile Negro"
"House of Wolves"
"The Ghost Of You"
"Mamá"
"Desolation Row"
"La única esperanza para mí Usted es"
"Los adolescentes"
"I'm Not Okay (I Promise)"
"Helena"
"El cáncer"
"The Kids From Yesterday"

-ENCORE-
"Vampire dinero"



XoXo
c.

PHOTOS DE CASSIE 

Group picture! :’D!!!

I’m against the wall. Gerard’s pointing at my boot. Ha-ha!

Gerard, Ray and Frank looking at my boots while Mikey is complimenting Emily’s gloves.

Talking to MCR. Gerard, Y U make dat face, tho?

CASSIE ES LA CHICA DE CHAQUETA NEGRA CON MECHONES ROJOS

VISITA LOS BLOGGS DE CASSIE 

http://poisonandfire.tumblr.com/ 

http://www.cassiethevenomous.com

www.twitter.com/@PoisonAndFire   

www.twitter.com/@MyChemChat     

 


 

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Cada qe puedo. me pongo a "Chattear" ahi!!! ^^ que emoción xDD...
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Pero no sabia que era tan tan taaan fanatica... es mas loca qe yo..(ok, creo qe no estoy tan lok xD)

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