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Too Weird To Live, Too Rare To Die!

by Panic! at the Disco

Too Weird To Live, Too Rare To Die! by Panic! at the Disco

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Too Weird To Live, Too Rare To Die!

by Panic! at the Disco

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Label: Decaydance/Fueled By Ramen
Panic! At the Disco sound exactly like their friends Fall Out Boy on their fourth album's opening "This Is Gospel," with Patrick Stump-style vocal flicks and "oh-oh-ohs," despite robotic vocoder. Panic! are no longer making retro power-pop with modern bells and whistles. This time around they mimic classic electro-pop, from The Faint ("Girl That You Love") to Devo ("Girls/Girls/Boys"). Head straight to the peppy "Collar Full" for the best melody here.

About This Album

Panic! At the Disco sound exactly like their friends Fall Out Boy on their fourth album's opening "This Is Gospel," with Patrick Stump-style vocal flicks and "oh-oh-ohs," despite robotic vocoder. Panic! are no longer making retro power-pop with modern bells and whistles. This time around they mimic classic electro-pop, from The Faint ("Girl That You Love") to Devo ("Girls/Girls/Boys"). Head straight to the peppy "Collar Full" for the best melody here.

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About This Album

Panic! At the Disco sound exactly like their friends Fall Out Boy on their fourth album's opening "This Is Gospel," with Patrick Stump-style vocal flicks and "oh-oh-ohs," despite robotic vocoder. Panic! are no longer making retro power-pop with modern bells and whistles. This time around they mimic classic electro-pop, from The Faint ("Girl That You Love") to Devo ("Girls/Girls/Boys"). Head straight to the peppy "Collar Full" for the best melody here.