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Panic At The Disco

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Panic! At the Disco  I Write Sins Not Tragedies   buy on itunes
Panic! At the Disco  But It's Better If You Do   buy on itunes
Panic! At the Disco  Lying Is the Most Fun a Girl Can Have Without Taking Her Clothes Off   buy on itunes
Panic! At the Disco  The Only Difference Between Martyrdom and Suicide Is Press Coverage   buy on itunes
Panic! At the Disco  Build God, Then We'll Talk   buy on itunes
Panic! At the Disco  Time to Dance   buy on itunes
Panic! At the Disco  Nails for Breakfast, Tacks for Snacks   buy on itunes
Panic! At the Disco  Behind the Sea   buy on itunes
Panic! At the Disco  Camisado   buy on itunes
Panic! At the Disco  But It's Better If You Do   buy on itunes

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They've styled themselves as a whimsical, cod-Victorian version of the Monkees, and generated enough imagination and ambition over their two albums so far to put most contemporaries to shame . . . Nevadan foursome Panic at the Disco — the first band signed to Pete Wentz's Fueled by Ramen label, before they'd even played their first gig — amount to much more than any convenient emo-pop tag might suggest. Fond of the occasional literary reference — "The Only Difference Between Martyrdom and Suicide Is Press Coverage" is borrowed from [i]Fight Club[/i] author Chuck Palahniuk — Panic matured into second album [i]Pretty. Odd[/i] by taking their cues from the Beatles' [i]Sgt. Pepper's[/i] and the result is both splendidly odd and fetchingly pretty.
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