Too Weird To Live, Too Rare To Die! – Panic! At The Disco
Condition: Brand New
Brendon Urie, Spencer Smith and Dallon Weekes delivered a modern mix of punk, pop and electro glam rock on their fourth longplayer. Optically the trio comes across in the casual style of the 60s and embodies not only on this level the casual and also rebelliousness of the youth of that time. Relaxed and always with an exuberant tendency to decadence, many Americans gave themselves a kind of demonstration of the "American Way Of Life" during this time, as one or the other would like them to still have today.. .
And on a musical level, the band also presents itself in a positive sense: fresh and relaxed, everything fits musically. You mix different influences to a big whole and the resulting symbioses are just inspiring and fun. Sometimes a little bit weird, totally danceable, with thoughtful content and music, but almost with defiant electro accompaniments or towards the end of the album, very calm piano supports a sentimental sound.
Label: Fueled By Ramen, Decaydance
Format: Vinyl, LP, Album
Style: Indie Pop