Danger Days: The True Lives of the Fabulous Killjoys
The glammy, gloomy band?s 2006 opus The Black Parade was nearly the emo American Idiot. They never took to being that genre?s sweethearts, though, so this is a clean break: synthed-up anthems suited for the car, not the coffin. Trouble is, they were better at Alice Cooper excess, and the album?s concept — cartoon band battles evil corporation — never coheres. There?s no there there, emotional or otherwise. B?