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Panic at the Disco ~ Pretty. Odd. (new)

Panic at the Disco ~ Pretty. Odd. (new)

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4.55 / 5 based on 38 Reviews

Product Description

Panic At the Disco subverted the potential for a sophomore slump by taking a sharp left turn from the emo-fused pop-punk of their debut, A FEVER YOU CAN'T SWEAT OUT. Rather than retracing the footsteps that brought them popularity, Panic At the Disco made PRETTY. ODD, a headlong dive into pure 1960s pop psychedelia. From the floral print cover-art (framed by a vintage photo album-style border) to the artfully constructed retro symphonic pop inside, PRETTY. ODD. will surprise fans and stump naysayers. Both the self-referential opener, "We're So Starving," and the lead single, "Nine in the Afternoon," with its soaring chorus and echoing horn lines, channel SGT. PEPPERS-era Beatles. The drowsy, lovely "Northern Downpour" and the music hall send-up (complete with added vinyl crackle), "I Have Friends in Holy Spaces," suggest the band has also been listening to the Beatles' WHITE ALBUM. But although PRETTY. ODD. is indebted to the Fab Four, it also has a contemporary feel, and no shortage of guitar-charged rock. Most surprising is that this unlikely experiment succeeds on the merit of its ambition, wit, and fine melodic songwriting. see more...

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  • "fans who are more used to their older style of music, but I definitely recommend buying it and giving it a listen." in 1 review
Liv C.
Statesboro, GA
85 reviews
It's so obvious they were on drugs for this album, but it turned out so well. It's instrument heavy when it comes to the variety of the sounds, and of Brendon is everything wonderful. This has a very, very different sound than their previous album, but it's still well put together. You can really hear Brendon's early range, and the songs are so fun to sing along with.
Luz Y.
204 reviews
Pop Culture Expert Level 1
This album is incredible. Panic at the disco has always been good 🖤 I don’t have a favorite song because I love them all. This is a good album to jam out to any time. If you haven’t heard this album then it’s time to stop living under a rock
Gabriela M.
Houston, TX
109 reviews
Pop Culture Expert Level 1
This album is usually very criticized for not having the "pop" staple sound from Brendon's "Panic!". I used to be a full Panic fan since AFYCSO and this sophomore album was nothing like their debut one. AFYCSO filled with showtime life, pretentious lyrics and burlesque theme, Pretty. Odd. felt like a fresh breeze of vintage tunes with fluffy lyrics that often talked about happy things. Most of the teens back then didn't identify themselves with this new vibe and that made the album kind of a flop compared to their massive debut. In my case, I loved it at first heard even though it was so different. I feel as it speaks to me everytime I listen to it. My favorite songs are Northern Downpour, When The Day Met The Night and She Had The World. The sound is beautifully crafted, beautifully produced, the orchestra bits are perfect, 60s vibes are on point and Ryan Ross's voice is extremely soothing. Many don't like this album, but give this album a try during a chill moment. It'll pay off.
Hanna W.
53 reviews
Pop Culture Expert Level 1
P!ATD is probably my all time favorote band, and this is honestly probably my favorote album! The great thing about Panic! is that every album is something different. This album is very flowery. It has some of the most poetic lyrics that compliment the music so well. Not to mention, this album has a lot of Ryan Ross's vocals which are to die for. This album isn't for everyone, but i definitely recommend giving it a try. You will either love it or hate it, theres no in between when it comes to Pretty.Odd.
Haley P.
Tampa, FL
13 reviews
OUT OF ALL THE ALBUMS YOU PICKED, YOU PICKED THE ONE THAT BRENDON URIE CONSTANTLY DENIES EVER HAVING MADE. HE STRUGGLES DAILY WITH HAVING TO KEEP HIMSELF FROM THINKING OF THIS ALBUM, HIS HEART ACHES AT NIGHT WHEN HE HEARS WHEN THE DAY MET THE NIGHT. EMO TEARS SHALL BE SPREAD TONIGHT BY THOSE WHO LISTEN TO THIS ALBUM BECAUSE NO MATTER HOW MUCH WE BEG, BRENDON WILL NEVER PERFORM THESE SONGS LIVE AGAIN. SO HOLD ON TIGHT TO THIS ALBUM AND ALL HOPES OF HEARING LIVE VERSIONS
Megan H.
Oak Harbor, WA
20 reviews
I personally love panic at the disco. they are the perfect mix of punk and pop music. the lyrics can mean so many different things its really how you interpret it
Ashley H.
14 reviews
Pop Culture Expert Level 2
Pretty odd has the same panic at the disco style, with the more Beatles feel. Not only is it well organized, and well stylized, but each song seamlessly blend sent one another. The lyrics are amazing in every song, it's interesting to listen to The whole way through, and makes you want to wear flower crowns and washed out denim. Highly recommend!
amanda w.
547 reviews
Pop Culture Expert Level 4
I feel like Panic at the Disco really went down in the dumps after their first album. This one didn't do much for me, the songs were a little too strange and they were trying to be the psychedelic phase too much. I remember going to a festival they were playing at and they were late because they were busy smoking up backstage.... professional.
Bella P.
48 reviews
Pop Culture Expert Level 2
LOVE THIS ALBUM. I cry sometimes when I listen to it, the last album where someone really sings other than Brendon. It's really folky and beatles-esque which I like a lot. She's a handsome woman and nine in the afternoon have to be my two favorites. Panic! At The Disco for the win <3 I definitely recommend this album to folk/indie rock fans.
hannah o.
dublin, CA
18 reviews
One of the best things about Panic! At the Disco is that their music style changes every album, but they are still recognizable as themselves. I love this album, although many are somewhat opposed to the less mainstream sound of it. I would definitely recommend listening to it and figuring out if you like it or not before buying.
Heather H.
Brunswick, GA
112 reviews
Pop Culture Expert Level 2
What's your favorite song?
Maddisen S.
Des Moines, IA
161 reviews
Is this your favorite album of theirs?
Sarah K.
92 reviews
Have you ever seen them live?

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