Song Info
Released September 28, 2010 for Rock Band

2105 users have this song ($2)    
Genre: Emo
Album: The Black Parade (2006)

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Full Band

Other Versions
Welcome To The Black Parade (Lips)
Welcome to the Black Parade (Guitar Hero)
Welcome to the Black Parade (Rocksmith)
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Welcome to the Black Parade - Vocal Review Xtreme Nights
A vocalists nightmare....Or vocalist Heaven? That is all that this song comes down to really. This song can be really difficult for a lot of players to sing towards the end (At least for a full combo). WttBP is a great song, and probably up there with the best of the MCR catalog. But is it fun on vocals?

I will say that it's a great song on vocals, but the difficulty of it gets frustrating towards the end of the song(It starts at the line "Do or Die"). Don't get me wrong, it's really not that hard, but if you are going for an FC, you will be frustrated. The vocals are like Heaven, at least to me because of how many pitch changes are there and how vocal heavy it is. Besides it being frustrating to FC, I think this is one of the better vocalist songs.

Final verdict? I will give it 5 Stars, it is a good vocalist song, and is a must have for any vocalist. The only downfall is the fact that it can be frustrating at the first few tries if you are just a casual player. All in all, a good song, and it is also fun on all the other instruments, just in case you are wondering.
03.08.11 10:26pm 0 Replies | Reply +2 Relevance
Variated, Catchy and Simply Awesome! Dead Player
When I first heard this song, I had no doubt about this being awesome to sing in Rock Band. And don't you know it, I was right.

Troughout the song, the vocals changes alot, ranging from mellow and woefull singing, to high pitched shouting, harmonies charted as solo and long held notes in the outro. All this variation in singing styles makes this a very entertaining chart and it never gets boring. In fact, there is nearly not a single moment where you don't sing, even during the guitar solo there is alot singing going on, that really helps on the fun!

Everything seems to be perfectly charted aswell, and it is one of those few songs that the engine lets me sing without failing me out on the first notes no matter if I sing it right or not.

All in all, if you do not hate this song or if you can't sing, you should be able to enjoy it alot. It is also awesome on drums and pretty cool on guitar.
11.10.10 11:08pm 0 Replies | Reply +1 Relevance
I don't care for the vocal chart on this to me it is badly charted.
03.12.11 2:02pm 9 Replies | Reply -11 Relevance
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