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Panic! At The Disco - Death Of A Bachelor

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Reviewer:
Johan Wippsson Format: Album
Release date: 2016-01-15
Label: Fueled by Ramen
Genre: New Wave
Producer: Jake Sinclair, JR Rotem, Royal
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Death of a Bachelor is the fifth studio album by Panic! at the Disco and the first one with Brendon Urie as the only member. Was disappointed by the band's last record Too Weird to Live, Too Rare to Die! (2013), which was a clear regression from the brilliant Vices & Virtues from 2011.
However the band is now back on track with this new and brilliant album that will be one of the best albums in 2016. I know that it is very early to say that now, but Death of a Bachelor's masterful album, filled with playful and adventurous pop of the highest quality. Just listen to tracks like "Death of a Bachelor" and "Impossible" where Brendon in a very fun way, taking inspiration from Frank Sintra. Think, however, that his best when he is to rely more up-tempo beats in the groovier and the soulful "Hallelujah" and "Victorious", both of which became successful singles. But more good tracks can be found here as Death of a Bachelor is a very even album without any real misstep.
Just to check if you like the band has done before!



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