2005-09-26 11:10:51 ET

The band:
The album:
"A Fever You Can't Sweat Out"
The site:
Fueled by Ramen presents Panic! At The Disco
The stores you can buy the album at:
Merchants who are down with Panic!
The stores giving away a poster too:
Merchants with posters

There... that about catches everyone up with what's going to be probably the next real big thing. And these kids are only 18 so yeah... they will be around for a long long time. Word.

"Raindrops on roses or girls and white dresses
It's sleeping with roaches and taking best guesses
At the shade of the sheets before all the stains
And a few more of your least favorite things
Oh, What a wonderful caricature of intimacy"
- from the song "Build God, Then We'll Talk"

"Haven't you heard that I am the new cancer?
I've never looked better and you can't stand it.
And I know, And I know,
It just doesn't feel like a night out with no one sizing you up.
I've never been so surreptitious
So of course you'll be distracted when I spike the punch."
- from the song "There's A Good Reason These Tables Are Numbered Honey. You Just Haven't Thought Of It Yet"

2005-09-26 17:59:03 ET

The sounded like a lot of current music I hear
not my thing but obviously doing well

2005-09-28 05:16:38 ET

Ahh... they are very much different than the mainstream stuff that is out there. Sure the vocals are right out of a page in Fall Out Boy's manual to success but there's a lot of subtle differences.

2005-09-28 05:52:02 ET

This true
I took the Q from the vocals
but what do you expect from a lyrics freak

2005-09-28 05:57:49 ET

oh yeah... i can't really explain it why this is suddenly the popular way to go about writing and listening to this type of music has in a way changed the way i write my music and poetry also... but i think it's cuz the music itself is uninteresting or just unable to hold it's own without very involving vocals.

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