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"I couldn't be happier to get the record in your hands and in your ears, and the response from you all has truly blown me away," Toro wrote to his fans on his website.
"I really hope these songs become a part of your lives, as they have become a part of mine." at the time, explaining that the songs were inspired by his chronic digestive issues and recorded in a makeshift studio in his basement.
"When I was in art school, I worshipped Britpop," the "No Shows" singer explained.
"It's almost like this solo record is a re-education of what I was into before My Chem." When explaining the inspiration for his unique album title, he said, "My whole trip through music, I always felt hesitant, and I always felt like an alien." Gerard said he spent his MCR years "constantly rallying the outsiders" even though the band was "a really big machine" in the music industry.
This song means a lot to me, because it reminds me of the promise I made to David Morrow.
I so wish I had a picture of him, but all I have is this song, a pair of leather weight gloves, and my memory.
"I'm proud of it but at the same time, while writing it and recording it, I never thought that anyone was going to hear it.
When contacted, a representative had no information on a new album, or any of the rock band’s future plans.
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I promise I will always fight for those that are beaten, broken, and damned.
Thank you David Morrow for all you've done for this person.