|13.||Panic! At The Disco|
A band hailing from Las Vegas, that sounds like a dancey-poppier version of Fall Out Boy, only 10 x more repetative. Discovered by Pete Wentz OF Fall Out Boy.
After the hatred between Pete Wentz and Brandon Flowers (the Killers), Panic! released the song "London Beckoned Songs About Money Written By Machines" with the lyrics:
<i>"Stop stalling, make a name for yourself.
Boy you better put your pen to paper, charm your way out.
If you talk you better walk you better back your shit up,
with more than good hooks while you're all under the gun.
Start talking "a sensationalist",
Only slightly clever to just a certain extent.
If you talk, you better walk, you better keep your mouth shut
With more than good hooks while you're all under the gun."</i>
Taking a stab at Brandon for being unoriginal, after the release of the Killers' song "Under The Gun", which was released only in the United Kingdom.
Which is incredibly ironic, because had it not been for Pete Wentz, the Panic! would be nowhere. And considering the fact that they're basically a creation from Pete's own pen, the pure hypocrisy of this statement is nauseating.
All of the old Panic! At The Disco fans believe that they're better than the new ones for discovering them "first".
All of the new Panic! fans are dillusional, and believe they've been fans from the beginning.
Everyone forces themselves to like them because of the catchy name and because of the fact that they most likely adore Fall Out Boy.
|1.||panic! at the disco|
Probably a fire. Because if I were at the disco and there were a fire I would most likely panic(!), though they say not to. Panicking at the disco usually leads to people getting trampled, so be careful.
Sally (breathless): Panic! at the Disco.
John (Aghast): Yeah, I saw you trample that old lady on the news.
|2.||panic! at the disco|
An amazing Vegas band combining all the pop punkness with electronica.
|3.||panic! at the disco|
An awesome elctronic-rock band that can really perform live from Las Vegas.
Kid 1: Panic! At the Disco is cool!
Kid 2: I know. Brendon really knows how to dance.
|4.||panic! at the disco|
An awesome 'scene' band that blends together (creatively, I might add) rock, techno, disco, and pop to make up catchy songs about life. Their random lyrics seem to pull together in every song. They use very big words in their dance-worthy songs.
Anna:"Dude, I can't wait to hang at the Panic! at the disco concert"
Stephanie:"I know, it's gonna be awesome!"
|5.||panic! at the disco|
An amazing band from Las Veags who dabble in jazz and techno fused with their own brand of rock. Formed in 2004.
After Panic! At The Disco get on MTV, every teenie will want to have Ryan Ross' babies.
|6.||Panic! At The Disco|
One of the best bands ever to exist. They have their own sound and style.
Person 1: Did you get to go to the Panic! At the Disco concert last night?
Person 2: Yeah. And I hear Pete Wentz was there...
Person 1: Lucky...
|7.||panic! at the disco|
A pop-rock band hailing from Las Vegas, Nevada that infuses a rather wide array of other elements into their songs.more...
They currently have one album out, entitled "A Fever You Can't Sweat Out" which is split down the middle(this split marked by track 8, "Intermission") with the first containing very electronica-influenced futuristic sounding songs, and the second containing songs that sound older by means of use of vaudeville piano and accordion
The current line-up of Panic(as they are often abbreviated to) consists of:
Brendon Urie-Vocals, Guitar, Keyboard, Piano, Accordian, and organ
Ryan Ross-Guitar, Keyboard, Piano, Accordian, Organ
Spencer Smith-Drums and Percussion
The lyrics are written by guitarist Ryan Ross and are often more reminiscent of prose than traditional lyics or poetry, and contain many allusions to various facets of pop culture, in particular the writings of Portland satirical author Chuck Palahniuk. These allusions include:
-The second track of their album is called "The Only Difference Between Martyrdom and Suicide is Press Coverage" which is a line taken from Palahniuk's novel "Survivor"
-The sixth track on the album, entitled "Time To Dance", is said to be one big reference to Palahniuk's "Invisible Monsters"
-The song "London Beckoned Songs about Money Written By Machines" contains lyrics that start with "Just For the record, the weather today is...", this is verbiage very often used by the narrator of Palah...