Sum 41 vs. My Chemical Romance

My Chemical Romance

Submitted by Travis.

Check out the chorus in Sum 41′s “The Jester” and the chorus of My Chemical Romance‘s “House of Wolves”. Pretty similar.

Sum 41 - "The Jester" (2007)

My Chemical Romance - "House of Wolves" (2006)

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16 thoughts on “Sum 41 vs. My Chemical Romance

  1. avatarben

    The only similarity i can hear is that they are both using power chords, which considering the type of music isnt all that suprising.

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    KIT Reply:

    @ Ben: Dude you must have some wax buildup going on because these song are pretty FN similar! Chords, Riff, percussion… are you kidding me!

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  2. avatarBlackr

    i suggest you to add this entry Mooi Wark (Achter de tent)2007 Vs My Chemical Romance (Teenagers) 2006 .. they are equal, and the first one isnt a cover since it have different lyrics.

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    Keith Reply:

    Thanks, I’ll check it out!

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  3. avatarslamic

    My Chemical Romance – Thank You For The Venom first 10 seconds sounds like sum 41- reminded me of Half Hour of Power album …dont you think so?

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    Keith Reply:

    If anything the MCR riff sounds a bit like Ozzy’s “Crazy Train”

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  4. avatarTravis

    not the only time mcr was copied either

    mcr:helena

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jcNDqAcxZmI#t=1m43s

    offspring:half truism

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Cr0pqtyM8m0&feature=fvst#t=0m43s

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    Travis Reply:

    i really think other than the intros that these 2 are pretty much the exact same cept for half truism was sped up

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    Keith Reply:

    Good one! I know there is another song out there that sounds like the MCR “Helena” chorus. Something from the 80s. I haven’t been able to figure it out.

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  5. avatarMark Adams

    I think these two sound like Lifestyles of the Rich and Famous by Good Charlotte (2002), but I think GC’s was better.

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