Tuesday, December 10, 2013

CD Review: Panic! at the Disco Find Out How To Be "Weird" And "Rare" On New Album

American rockers Panic! at the Disco have become one of the most consistently solid bands of the last ten years. Since their debut album "A Fever You Can't Sweat Out" went platinum and each album that followed cracked the top 10 on the Billboard Album chart. Every new release from Panic! at the Disco is a sure-fire hit. Their latest album "Too Weird To Live! Too Rare To Die!" was released back in October where it debuted at #2 on the Billboard Album chart.

Panic! at the Disco gives you a fun, upbeat album beginning with the singles "This Is Gospel" and "Miss Jackson." They dig deep into the electronics on "Girl That You Love," then get their club vibe going with "Nicotine." They really strike a chord with today's younger audience with their latest single "Girls/Girls/Boys" with its racy subject matter and contagious chorus. The album closes with the pop-punk feel of "Collar Full" and then Panic! at the Disco do a complete 180 with the gentle piano sound of "The End Of All Things."

They have one show left this year on December 12 in Detroit, MI before taking a month off. Panic! at the Disco will be hitting the road again in mid-January, headlining a U.S. tour that runs through to March. To find out more about their new album " Too Weird To Live! To Rare To Die!," please visit panicatthedisco.com.

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