Decaydance/Fueled By Ramen
7digital What we said: Those eagle-eyed punctuation fans amongst you may have noticed that Vegas-rockers Panic! At The Disco have reinstated that extravagant exclamation mark. Perhaps this time round it’s more than a mere affectation, seeing as in the time elapsed since last album Pretty. Odd., half their members have scarpered, citing artistic differences, leaving singer Brendon Urie and percussionist Spencer Smith holding the fort. Like the troopers they are, they’ve soldiered on regardless, and whilst Fall Out Boy’s Patrick Stump might have been drafted in to share some of the songwriting duties, Vices and Virtues sees Urie playing practically every note on what is a lushly-instrumented, emo-electro opus, and no little achievement for a skeleton staff of two.
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The Ballad Of Mona Lisa
Let's Kill Tonight
Ready to Go (Get Me Out Of My Mind)
Nearly Witches (Ever Since We Met...)