Panic! At The Disco Lyrics

Panic! At The Disco Lyrics

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From the Album Viva Las Vengeance (2022) (buy at
Viva Las Vengeance

From the Album The Greatest Showman: Reimagined (2018) (buy at
The Greatest Showman: Reimagined
The Greatest Show

From the Album Pray For The Wicked (2018) (buy at
Pray For The Wicked

From the Album Death Of A Bachelor (2016) (buy at
Death Of A Bachelor

From the Album Too Weird To Live, Too Rare To Die! (2013) (buy at

From the Album Vices and Virtues (2011) (buy at

The Ballad Of Mona Lisa
Let's Kill Tonight
Trade Mistakes
Ready To Go (Get Me Out Of My Mind)
The Calendar
Sarah Smiles
Nearly Witches (Ever Since We Met...)
Stall Me (Bonus Track)
Oh Glory (Demo) (Bonus Track)
I Wanna Be Free (Bonus Track)
Turn Off The Lights (Bonus Track)
Bittersweet (Bonus Track)
Kaleidoscope Eyes (Bonus Track)

From the Album Live in Chicago (CD/DVD) (2008) (buy at

Behind The Sea
But It's Better If You Do
Do You Know What I m Seeing?
Folkin Around
I Constantly Thank God For Esteban
I Write Sins Not Tragedies
Lying Is The Most Fun A Girl Can Have Without Taking Her Clothes Off
Mad As Rabbits
Nine In The Afternoon
Northern Downpour
Pas De Cheval
She's A Handsome Woman
That Green Gentleman (Things Have Changed)
The Only Difference Between Martyrdom And Suicide Is Press Coverage
Theres A Good Reason These Tables Are Numbered Honey, You Just Havent Thought Of It Yet
Time To Dance
We're So Starving

From the Album Pretty. Odd. (2008) (buy at

We're So Starving
Nine In The Afternoon
She's A Handsome Woman
Do You Know What I'm Seeing?
That Green Gentleman (Things Have Changed)
I Have Friends In Holy Spaces
Northern Downpour
When The Day Met The Night
Pas De Cheval
The Piano Knows Something I Don't Know
Behind The Sea
Folkin' Around
She Had The World
From A Mountain In The Middle Of The Cabins
Mad As Rabbits
Behind The Sea (Alternate Version)
Do You Know What I'm Seeing? (Alternate Version)

From the Single I Write Sins Not Tragedies (2006) (buy at

I Write Sins Not Tragedies
Nails For Breakfast
Tacks For Snacks (Demo Version)

From the Album A Fever You Can't Sweat Out (2005) (buy at

Other Songs:
Bohemian Rhapsody (from "Suicide Squad" soundtrack)
Camisado (Demo)
Carry On My Wayward Son
First Try
In My Eyes
It's Almost Halloween
Karma Police
Killer Queen
Mercenary (from "Batman: Arkham City - The Album")
Nails For Breakfast, Tacks For Snacks (Demo)
Nearly Witches (Demo)
New Perspective
Oh Glory
Round Here
Skid Row (Downtown)
Slow Motion
The Good Life
The Weight
This Is Halloween (from "The Nightmare Before Christmas" Soundtrack)
Time To Dance (Demo)
Tonight, Tonight (from MySpace Smashing Pumpkins Tribute)

Panic! At The Disco Info:

Panic! at the Disco was formed in 2004 in the suburban area of Summerlin, Las Vegas, by childhood friends Ryan Ross, who sang and played guitar, and Spencer Smith, who played drums. They both attended Bishop Gorman High School, and they began playing music together in ninth grade.

They invited friend Brent Wilson from nearby Palo Verde High School to join on bass, and Wilson invited classmate Brendon Urie to try out on guitar. The quartet soon began rehearsing in Smith's grandmother's living room. Initially, Panic! at the Disco was just a blink-182 cover band.

The band had not even performed a single live show when they were signed. At the time of their signing, all of the band members were still in high school (with the exception of Ross, who was forced to quit UNLV). -Wikipedia

Las Vegas, Nevada, United States

Pop punk

Years active:

Associated acts:
The Young Veins, Fall Out Boy

Name Origin:
Their name is from a line in the song:
Panic by Name Taken.

When 12, Ryan Ross asked his parents for a guitar for Christmas and his friend Spencer Smith got drum set so they could start playing.

Spencer Smith - drums, percussion (2004-present)
Brendon Urie - lead vocals, guitars, keyboards, piano (2004-present)
Dallon Weekes - bass guitar, synth, backing vocals (2010-present; touring 2009-2010)

Touring Members:
Bartram Nason - cello, keyboards, electronic drums, percussion (2006-2007)
Eric Ronick - keyboards, backing vocals, percussion (2006-2008)
Ian Crawford - lead guitar, backing vocals (2009-2012)
Kenneth Harris - lead guitar, backing vocals (2013-present)

Past Members:
Brent Wilson - bass guitar (2004-2006)
Ryan Ross - vocals, lead guitar, keyboards, synth (2004-2009), lead vocals (2004)
Jon Walker - bass guitar, guitars, backing vocals (2006-2009)

Panic! At The Disco Quotes:
Um, I don't know, we've had a couple of favorite shows. I think the house of blues in Atlantic city was one of our best shows and Myrtle Beach as well, and I think on our second tour of the Fusion Tour, Minneapolis , Minnesota was a really good show for us.

Pretty much the last song of our first album is gonna be like the first song on our new album and we just want to kind of.we just don't want to be like labeled like dance punk, rock band or whatever, we want to go in a direction more towards the musical sense like theater, like orchestra stuff

Um, its probably true, when we wanted to change the band name, we really just thought that.actually its from a band called, "Name Taken" and they have a song called Panic as well and in the song it says "Panic at the disco" and it was kinda a toss up between that and The Smith's song that says, 'burn down the disco' and for whatever reason I mean we just thought panic at the disco sounded weird, where like you know, people might not get it but it sounds pretty funny and pretty weird, so we'll keep it.

Panic! At The Disco Awards:
2006 Won MTV Video Music Awards for "I Write Sins Not Tragedies"

2006 Won TMF Awards for Best Video International (2006) for "I Write Sins Not Tragedies"

2008 Won MTV Asia Awards 2008 for edc Style Award

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