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The Sad Rise & Fall of PANIC AT THE DISCO

The Punk Rock MBA | April 2, 2024
The Sad Rise & Fall of PANIC AT THE DISCO

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This post currently has 21 comments.

  1. @mainHERO88

    April 2, 2024 at 5:47 pm

    It's always crazy to me that Brendon Urie went from doing guest vocals on an Every Time I Die track to doing them on a Taylor Swift track only a couple years later.

  2. @DeannaTroyTravels

    April 2, 2024 at 5:47 pm

    I saw his last show in Vegas! Brendon is an amazing singer and performer, I was blown away seeing him live! It's a really a shame that Ryan and him couldn't stay together, to make more song magic! The lyrics of the last album were just blah hahaha.

  3. @rachelrobinson2764

    April 2, 2024 at 5:47 pm

    My husband recently got into old Emo music, so I very quickly directed him toward A Fever You Can’t Sweat Out. He ate it up. He was so disappointed when he asked if there were any other PATD albums worth listening to and I told him there weren’t 😢

  4. @bluedude05

    April 2, 2024 at 5:47 pm

    This band was a match. They came out strong and slowly as they burned down. They were still bright enough to be noticed and admired and managed to burn with passion to the end. They also managed a good ending as a band with no one having ill will for one another.

  5. @nikkimarie8170

    April 2, 2024 at 5:47 pm

    I loved Panic from start to finish and always supported Brendon’s career even when everyone else left. Im very happy that I was able to see him live so many times over the years- he always put on an incredible live show. The only album I didn’t love was the newest album- It was all over the place. But I loved every album and every song before before, even Pretty. Odd. I hope he eventually comes back into the music scene because even if Ryan started this, Brendon showed his incredible talent too throughout the years. ❤

  6. @roundearthshill248

    April 2, 2024 at 5:47 pm

    I don't care what anyone says: that first album was a f'ing BANGER. When I think back to 2006 (which is when I first heard it) driving around listening to that album is a huge part of it. I also enjoyed their 2nd album, even though it was quite the jolt at first listen. Every album after that I listened to at least once but nothing came close to those first two for me.

  7. @Pierrue

    April 2, 2024 at 5:47 pm

    Thanks for making this vid! I was a casual listener of Patd as a teen and had no clue why I wasn’t hearing from them anymore over the years. I never cared too much to look into it but I saw your vid pop up and decided to give it a watch. I had no clue they turned pop (yikes) and I think it definitely died when Ryan left.

  8. @samuelnichols4709

    April 2, 2024 at 5:47 pm

    I think its important to note that before their last album a bunch of young female fans came with forward with stories about Brendan. You can still find them online but I would guess that they may have contributed to him stepping away as of recently.

  9. @Papaya16

    April 2, 2024 at 5:47 pm

    It’s definitely not that Brendan is some “evil mastermind” and I doubt anyone ever argued that in the first place… it’s that he took the band away from his original roots and what made it special and it comes off as selling out

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