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Panic! at the Disco

Too Weird to Live, Too Rare to Die!

Panic! at the Disco performs "This is Gospel" before the Legends and Celebrity Softball Game during the All-Star break

Panic!'s All-Star performance
Panic! at the Disco performs "This is Gospel" before the Legends and Celebrity Softball Game during the All-Star break

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Panic! at the Disco

Select tracks from Panic! at the Disco - Too Weird to Live, Too Rare to Die!
Track Name iTunes Link
This is Gospel
Miss Jackson
Vegas Lights
Girl That You Love
Nicotine
Girls/Girls/Boys
Casual Affair
Far Too Young To Die
Collar Full
The End Of All Things

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Panic! at the Disco Album Cover
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About Panic! at the Disco

Panic! At The Disco's roots coming of age in Las Vegas loom large on the band's fourth album Too Weird To Live, Too Rare To Die!. From its glittery synth-based, drum-heavy sound, to its playful, celebratory subject matter, to the Rat Pack-inspired imagery on the cover, to the title itself, the album finds the band, for the first time in its nearly 10-year career, owning up to loving their hometown. "This album is more confessional than anything I've done before," the band's frontman and songwriter Brendon Urie notes. He found himself writing about his relationships and mentions the final song, "The End of All Things," as the most revealing in terms of opening his heart. "When I was writing it, I was tearing up because I was feeling a lot of emotion." Urie strikes a more playful note on "The Girls Love Girls and Boys" - a racy song about women who like girls and guys. Along similar lines is "Nicotine," which compares a girl to a bad habit you just canHt kick.

Panic! At The Disco is now looking forward to a bright rest of the year. This Fall, they hit the road on The Gospel Tour. Urie promises their upcoming tours will be as big a spectacle as the tours they've launched for their previous albums, "I want our show to be a steady stream of continuous music," Urie says. "I want to create that club feel where the music doesn't let up and the beat never stops. You came to a show. I'm going to tire you out. I'm going to make you work for it. I want to create an environment that doesn't feel like an arena. I want the audience to actually forget where they are. Then an hour later, they're like, 'Wow, what just happened?'"

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