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Bop Shop: Songs From Kendrick Lamar, B.I, My Chemical Romance, And More


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The Bop Shop
Hussle
B.I
AOMG
BhutaniAlt
Pale Waves
Nostalgia
Spielbergs
HoskenFeeling
Yellowcard


Kendrick Lamar's
O.J. Simpson's
Kanye West
Jussie Smollett
Will Smith
Kobe Bryant
Nipsey Hussle
Gerard Way's
Soulja Boy
Heather Baron-Gracie
Bon Iver
Mxmtoon
MlnarikOslo
Mads Baklien
HoskenJason P. Woodbury
Ryan Key's
—Athena Serrano


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Ocean Avenue


MlnarikFrom
Topanga
Yellowcard
Florida
Jacksonville
California
Chicago


the Black Parade

Positivity     41.00%   
   Negativity   59.00%
The New York Times
SOURCE: http://www.mtv.com/news/3186575/bop-shop-kendrick-lamar-b-i-my-chemical-romance/
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Summary

Yet the passion for creating music still lingers, as shown in lead vocalist Gerard Way's expressive range and the heavy chorus: "Let our bodies lay while our hearts will stay / Let our blood invade if I die in pain / Now if your convictions were a passing phase / May your ashes feed the river in the morning rays." The band might not be able to return exactly to how things were, but they are willing to perform music to bring comfort in these strained times. It sounds like the perfect coming-of-age film theme, though songs of soundtracks past have never cut quite so deep. So I dug in to find that "Wealth of the Canyon," a standout track, plays like a desert broadcast from the past where remnants of space-age pop mingle with an undeniably easy (and breezy) feeling you might've found out Topanga in 1972. Yellowcard may have broken up more than five years ago, but there’s always a place off "Ocean Avenue." The upbeat, catchy pop punk song brings the yearning intensity with its rapid drumming building tension in the chorus, accompanied with electric-guitar chords, violin strings, and lead vocalist Ryan Key's passionate vocals.

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