Posts Tagged ‘Vices & Virtues (Panic! at the Disco Album)’

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Panic! At The Disco Perform Acoustic for YouTube

While Panic! At The Disco was on their summer Vices & Virtues Tour, they stopped at the YouTube headquarters to perform a few songs acoustically. They performed “Ready To Go (Get Me Out Of My Mind),” “The Ballad Of Mona Lisa,” “Nine In The Afternoon,” and “I Write Sins Not Tragedies.”

The band has really made a come back, after losing Ryan Ross and Jon Walker in 2009. In 2012, P!ATD will be touring the UK.

Check out the performances from Panic! At The Disco at YouTube after the jump. …

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UTG PHOTOS: Panic! At The Disco & Foxy Shazam (11/5/11)

Another extravagant show in Grand Rapids, another set of photographs from UTG staffer Tori Thomas. Tori’s taken many photographs of Panic! At The Disco, and to add to that collection she’s bought us a set from the Fall Panic! At The Disco tour with special guests Foxy Shazam and Number The Stars in Grand Rapids on November 5, 2011. (Patrick Stump was unable to perform this date of the tour)

Foxy Shazam and Panic! At The Disco seem to get better and better every time we see them live. If you have the opportunity to see this tour, definitely go!…

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UTG PHOTOS/LIVE REVIEW: Panic! at the Disco (11/6/11)

Date: 11/6/11
Venue: Bogart’s
City: Cincinnati, OH
Acts: Panic! at the Disco, Patrick Stump, Foxy Shazam

In my younger days, the music of Fall Out Boy caught me and shoved me headfirst into the world of alternative music. My affinity for the work of those Chicago boys led me to the debut record of a new band on Pete’s new label, Panic! At the Disco. I fell in love with the raucous, refined, and risqué baroque pop that bled from A Fever You Can’t Sweat Out.

I never had the opportunity to see Fall Out Boy while they were together, …

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Panic! At The Disco post behind the scenes video

Ever wonder what it would be like on the set of a photoshoot with Panic! At The Disco? Well today is your lucky day, they posted a behind the scenes video from their photoshoot for their latest release, Vices & Virtues.

In the video, you can hear the song Brendon Urie wrote to his girlfriend (now fiancé) Sarah. The song is entitled “Sarah Smiles.”

Check out the video after the jump and leave a comment on your thoughts. …

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STREAM: Panic! At The Disco – The Calendar (iTunes Session)

Panic! At The Disco recently released a iTunes Live Sessions EP featuring songs from A Fever You Can’t Sweat Out, Pretty. Odd., and Vices & Virtues.

You can stream “The Calendar” from that iTunes Live EP, after the jump. The song originally comes from the band’s latest album, Vices & Virtues.

If you want to hear more, you can purchase the EP, here. …

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Panic! At The Disco release “Mercenary” on 9/22

Panic! At The Disco will release their new song, “Mercenary” on September 22nd. The song will be featured on ‘Batman: Arkham City’ soundtrack, which will be available on October 4th.

Fueled By Ramen, Friends Or Enemies, and Decaydance’s Facebook pages posted lyrics, along with a photo about the premiere.

Check out the lyrics below and the images associated with the song after the jump.

“I want to make you quiver, make your backbone shiver”
“In love I’ve always been a mercenary”
“You’re a truly extraordinary specimen, I look forward to breaking you”…

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Panic! At The Disco release iTunes Live EP

Panic! At The Disco have announced that they will be releasing a iTunes Live Sessions EP featuring songs from A Fever You Can’t Sweat Out, Pretty. Odd., and Vices & Virtues.

The EP will bee released on September 27th, and is available for pre-order, here.

You can see the track listing past the jump. …

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MUSIC VIDEO: Panic! At The Disco – Let’s Kill Tonight

Panic! At The Disco have been on a great run since the release of their latest album, Vices & Virtues. It seems that old and new fans are loving the direction that PATD’s material is heading.

The band have released their latest video for “Let’s Kill Tonight,” which shows Panic on the road and doing what they do best.

Check it out and leave a comment with your thoughts!…

Panic! At The Disco announce next single

Panic! At The Disco have announced that “Let’s Kill Tonight” will be their next single off of Vices & Virtues. The song is scheduled to release August 29th before their performance at Reading and Leeds festivals. You can you hear the first live version of the song below.

Panic! At The Disco’s performance on Jimmy Kimmel

Last night (June 20, 2011), Panic! At The Disco performed their current single, “Ready To Go (Get Me Out Of My Mind)” on Jimmy Kimmel Live. You can check out the performance below. You can also see them perform their first single from Vices & Virtues, “The Ballad of Mona Lisa” below. The band brought their set from their current US tour, so if you were unable to attend the tour, you can get a little taste of their live show. If you have a chance to go to the Vices & Virtues tour, go!

Panic! At The Disco perform “Always” live

Fueled By Ramen have posted a live video of Brendon Urie of Panic! At The Disco performing “Always” on the Vices & Virtues Tour. The video is shot by Zack Hall, the band’s road manager. Check out the video below.

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UTG PHOTOS: The “Vices & Virtues” tour hits COLUMBUS

Closing our coverage of Panic! The Disco’s “Vices & Virtues” tour, we have one final photo set to unveil. Click through now to see photos of Funeral Party, fun., and Panic! performing in front of thousands in Columnbus, Ohio!