10 Songs, 37 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

Panic! At the Disco followed up the lush '60s pop nods of 2008's Pretty. Odd. with Vices & Virtues, a contemporary whirl through theatrical emo and playful synth-rock. "Ready to Go (Get Me Out of My Mind)" is a glittery tornado of dance-friendly beats and string-spun exuberance, while the glammy tango of “Nearly Witches (Ever Since We Met…)” finds vocalist Brendon Urie resembling a commanding circus ringmaster. Even the band’s unexpected sonic pastiches—such as the mariachi horns littered throughout “Sarah Smiles”—amplify the collection’s high-spirited atmosphere.

EDITORS’ NOTES

Panic! At the Disco followed up the lush '60s pop nods of 2008's Pretty. Odd. with Vices & Virtues, a contemporary whirl through theatrical emo and playful synth-rock. "Ready to Go (Get Me Out of My Mind)" is a glittery tornado of dance-friendly beats and string-spun exuberance, while the glammy tango of “Nearly Witches (Ever Since We Met…)” finds vocalist Brendon Urie resembling a commanding circus ringmaster. Even the band’s unexpected sonic pastiches—such as the mariachi horns littered throughout “Sarah Smiles”—amplify the collection’s high-spirited atmosphere.

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Ratings and Reviews

4.7 out of 5
1.1K Ratings

1.1K Ratings

Tiffinij ,

They're back !

I missed this panic! sound that wasn't in the last album. Im so glad to here that they're back and this album is proof! Everybody Panic!

Michael Owens ,

as we can tell,

many people have many different tastes in music.
Although I can't see where "unoriginal" comes into this.
This is pure Panic. honestly, if we're going to stereotype art,
then this would have to be the child of fever and pretty. odd.
the beautiful atmosphere that the cd creates with the beautiful symphonic minors placed althroughout this album is simply beautiful.
I love this cd, especially Memories and Trade Mistakes.
it simply reminds me of the rennaisance, and all the beautiful art that came out of that time,
and this is easily another height in the band's career.
they're going the right way, and that way is their own.

RaRaRetep ,

The Return of Panic!

I have to admit I was at first hesitant due to the loss of the two memebers however all I have to say is wow. This is the album that should have followed Fever, way better than the Jennifers Body single as well. Its good to have the raunchy, theatrical, and rockin' Panic! back finally.

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