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Decaydance/Fueled By Ramen
7digital What we said: If every other full-time member of your band quit, leaving you alone, you’d probably think long and hard about calling it a day. Following the departure of drummer Spencer Smith in the spring of 2015, Panic! At The Disco-frontman Brendon Urie found himself in this precise predicament. Instead of giving up, however, Urie took it on the chin, turned Panic! into a solo recording project, and is now unveiling what might well be the most audacious album of his career. Directly inspired by the never-seen-together-before trio of Queen, Frank Sinatra and Knoxville deathcore outfit Whitechapel, Death of A Bachelor is a smash-and-grab, pop-rock romp, fuelled by the irresistible euphoria that comes with creative emancipation.
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|2:59||Not available separately|
Don't Threaten Me with a Good Time
|3:33||Not available separately|
|3:01||Not available separately|
Emperor's New Clothes
|2:39||Not available separately|
Death of a Bachelor
|3:24||Not available separately|
|3:18||Not available separately|
|3:17||Not available separately|
|4:14||Not available separately|
The Good, the Bad and the Dirty
|2:52||Not available separately|
House of Memories
|3:29||Not available separately|
|3:23||Not available separately|
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- © 2015, 2016 Fueled By Ramen LLC for the United States and WEA International Inc. for the world outside of the United States. A Warner Music Group Company.