Too Weird to Live, Too Rare to Die!

Too Weird to Live, Too Rare to Die!

Music CD - 2013
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Panic at the Disco pays homage to their Las Vegas roots via a glittery sonic approach that is inspired by their ever-increasing collection of vintage and modern synthesizers. Includes the single Miss Jackson.
"...frontman Brandon Urie explores the places synth and rock meet, generally to compelling effect."--Billboard
"4 out of 5...one of the year's finest modern-pop works...."--Alternative Press
Publisher: [United States] : Fueled By Ramen/Atlantic, 2013
Characteristics: 1 sound disc : digital ; 4 3/4 in

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TEENREVIEWBOARD
Apr 09, 2019

This is one of Panic! At The Disco’s best albums in my opinion. This album is very different from all their past albums as this album is a lot more pop. All the songs on this album are incredible and there is not one song I do not like. Some of my favourites are, “Miss Jackson”, “Girl That You Love” and “Casual Affair”. I find these songs very melodic and I listen to them the most. All the songs have very high energy and the lyrics with the background music are very well put together with each song. The lead singer, Brendon Urie, has a beautiful vocal range and it really shines throughout this album, especially in “This Is Gospel”. This album will not disappoint you and I highly recommend this album to anyone who likes alternative – pop music. I rate “Too Weird To Live, Too Rare To Die!” 4/5 stars. @KyKy18 of the Hamilton Public Library Teen Review Board

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LaNomada01
Jan 04, 2019

Man the song "Nicotine" from this album, honestly expresses every negative relationship (whether it be romantic or friendly) that people have. It's greatness.

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Brianna2315
Oct 19, 2018

BEST ALBUM BY Panic! OF ALL TIME
I LOVE PANIC! AND THIS IS MY FAV ALBUM SO FAR

aaa5756 Jun 20, 2014

The Music CD was okay – but not one of my favorites

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Brianna2315
Oct 19, 2018

"Girls/Girls/Boys is a very personal song to me it was about my love life in high school and I was in the middle not knowing what to do".
-Brendon Urie (Lead singer of Panic! and writer of Girls/Girls/Boys)

aaa5756 Jun 20, 2014

“Music expresses that which cannot be put into words and that which cannot remain silent”
― Victor Hugo

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