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I’ve seen Panic! At The Disco 3 times in concert; Once during the Pretty Odd era, once during the Vices & Virtues Era and another time during the Too Weird Too Live, Too Rare Too Die era. I painfully didn’t get to see them for their first album, but I’ve seen them perform cuts from the album.
A Fever You Can’t Sweat Out, came out 10 years to the date and yet the album sounds as fresh as ever. To acknowledge the speciality of today, here’s the ranking of the 13 tracks on the album.
Song : Introduction
Why : This is just the introduction track on the album and not much else. This is the first easy ranking choice.
Song : Intermission
Why : It’s just an intermission track. As incredible as the production of the song is, it still shouldn’t be higher ranked than the other songs that will follow this. This is the second and final easy ranking choice. It’s about to get extremely hard.
Song : I Constantly Thank God For Esteban
Why : Being honest, I love the title of the song, but I never really liked this song on the album. It’s not a weak song in any way, but compared to the other songs, it’s not that strong. It might be someones favourite song, but it’s just not my cup of tea. Seems like a filler track on the album. I really do love the title of the track though, it’s hilarious.
Song : Build God, Then We’ll Talk
Why : This song is incredible, but this is where the ranking gets tough. Any other day, this ranking choice might be different, but today this song is number 10. Hey! At least it got into the top 10.
Song : There’s A Good Reason These Tables Are Numbered Honey
Why : This song is really good, but it isn’t better than the songs ranked below it. This track goes though, but it’s just alright. The title is A1 though.
Song : Nails For Breakfast, Tacks For Snacks
Why : This song isn’t really a knock out, but it’s a really good song. I remember playing GTA 2 on the computer listening to this song. Crazy how it’s been 10 years.
Song : Camisado
Why : Wheeeeeeeeew. This track is absolutely a banger. Brendon is essentially rapping on this song and he’s killing it. One of my all time favourite Panic! songs.
Song : London Beckoned Songs About Money Written By Machines
Why : I feel like I just keep on saying, I love this track, because I do keep saying that. This album is incredibly cohesive, so it’s hard to rank, but on how I’m feeling today, this song is 6th. Oh and just for the record, the weather today, is slightly sarcastic.
Song : But Its Better If You Do
Why : This song feels like the second part to I Write Sins Not Tragedies and yet it comes before the track on the album. Either way, I love this track. This song deserves top 5 recognition.
Song : The Only Difference Between Martyrdom And Suicide Is Press Coverage
Why : The transition from the introduction track to this song is flames. Brendon Urie’s vocals just floats over this song. It’s flawless victory Mortal Kombat levels amazing.
Song : Lying Is The Most Fun A Girl Can Have Without Taking Her Clothes Off
Why : This song would be second, but Time To Dance holds a special place in my heart. This song is classic Panic! At The Disco.
Song : Time To Dance
Why : “Have Some Composure!!! Where is your posture??? Oh nooooo” I auditioned for this song during my grade 2 talent show, but my teacher said it was too much to handle. I then went with a Justin Timberlake song, but still. This song holds that special memory for me during elementary school. Imagine a 2nd grader screaming these lyrics. That was me.
Song : I Write Sins Not Tragedies
Why : This song is literally everything, as I’m typing this, I’m listening to it right now. It’s honestly, the perfect song. I mean, if you’re a fan, then you understand what I’m saying. I love this song. 10 years later, this album and this song are just timeless.
MY MOTTO IS: IF YOU WANNA WIN THE LOTTERY, YOU HAVE TO MAKE THE MONEY TO BUY A TICKET!
From The 6ix,With Love
Thank You For Reading
Sincerely, Kid From The 6ix
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