The greatest moment of my life was when my dad asked if Panic! at the Disco is a gay band.
I have so many midsummer feels, so I thought I should make this post as to not implode.
Relevant reblog because this time last year.
Panic! At The Disco - The Calendar
Panic! at the Disco: New Perspective
HAVE I MENTIONED HOW THIS SONG HAS INVADED AND BECOME MY LIFE?
For a while I just ignored the existence of this song because it’s not on an album, but then.. I listened to it properly and IT STUCK TO MY BRAIN AND WOULDN’T GO AWAY.
IT’S SO GOOD LIKE JFC IDEK.
I can’t stop thinking and playing and humming and singing and learning it all the time all day and I keep LIVING this song and wasting my time instead of reading Harry Potter and haters gonna hate me so much for this…
And if that wasn’t enough I was reading this Panic! fanfic that went SO PERFECTLY with this song and just hnnnng… >_<
AND this song is so amazingly accurate cause I can’t wait to get out of here myself, where nobody knows me so I can be praised from a new perspective. DO YOU HEAR ME. I’M GOING TO MARRY THIS SONG OKAY. I’m even gonna watch Jennifer’s Body just because of this even if people keep telling me it’s a shit movie…
- Yes Brendon, that’s exactly where I like you, you know.
- The fish tank idea, it’s great, but it just doesn’t suit the song.
- I can’t help to wonder if Brendon was thinking “Hell, these pajamas are quite delightful! Could I take them home with me?” Does he acually sleep in those PJs?
- Can we bring back 50’s mod Ryan, please? Or rather CAN WE JUST BRING BACK RYAN??
- You keep telling me it’s almost halloween, but I’m still confused as to what this even is.
- Umbrellas. It doesn’t get any gayer than that, does it?
- They used to be such an awesome band. Here, 4 cool guys, pick your favorite. Then they split and now it’s just like… Brendon and that other guy.
Just sharing some thoughts as I’m watching all their music videos (chronologically). I have missed so much…
When Fall Out Boy meets The Beatles in a baroque discoteque at approximately nine in the afternoon in the middle of the summer.
So I recieved this on Saturday:
~Panic! at the Disco: Vices & Virtues~
I got a play.com exclusive front cover image poster with it too. (I do recommend them for music and movie purhases.)
And how could I expect anything less than beautiful of the cover art and booklet?
~Always / The Calendar~
I have listened through the whole album a couple of times now, and at first I was very, very sceptical. I don’t like this, oh that’s a little cheap Brendon, and it sounds too synthetic… And as far as the lyrics go, all it did was make me cry… However, all I had to do was to start on track 6 and take it for a walk in the mild spring weather! And mind you, Nearly Witches is great for walking. Add an umbrella, and you have the perfect musical scenario. Give it a spin and take a bow~
All over this album has both A Fever You Can’t Sweat Out and Pretty. Odd.elements to it. Well, it is Panic! at the Disco after all. It seems like it starts out more Fever like, then turns more Pretty. Odd. like. Perfect for a vinyl record, I expect. But all in all it’s such a wonderful blend, and it all comes together in the end~
1. The Ballad of Mona Lisa
I was very sceptical about this song too, but it didn’t take long before I realized how much I loved it! It’s a great start to the album, too. I was a bit disappointed though, to find that my favorite part of the song was written in the tiniest font in the booklet. (Oh bawww …Just kidding. Sorta.)
~And let the sun rain down on me~
Speaking of - scientists are planning to dig up the body of Lisa Gherardini to confirm if she is the real model for da Vinci’s Mona Lisa or not. (ABC Nyheter)
2. Let’s Kill Tonight
A very cool kind of song. I wish I could show this to my 14-year-old self, it would have done me good.
I like this one. A more Fall Out Boy-like song. And the Hurricane scene in the The Overture ”music video” is simply amazing!
The first couple of times I listened to the album, I was very affected by the dark cover art, especially from this point on. And oh Brandon, how did you know exactly how I feel about… everything? Needless to say, this is where I start to cry…
5. Trade Mistakes
Eh… This one is nice. I don’t really have much more to say.
Or I’m just still crying at this point.Oh, and did I mention the little interludes between many of the songs? Well, there are interludes, in the same fashion as on Kaizers Orchestra’s Violeta Violeta Vol.1, and I love them to bits and pieces! (Yes, both Kaizers and the interludes.)
6. Ready to Go [Get me out of my mind]
Possibly one of my favorites. Makes me wonder if I, myself am ready to leave, ready to live, ready to go…
Such a wonderful, sweet little love song! It has that light and bright Pretty. Odd.vibe to it.
8. The Calendar
I really like this one. ”… and I will come back to life - but only for you, only for you.”
If I wasn’t already crying…
9. Sarah Smiles
Another favorite! I just love the genre twist on this one, and the lyrics completelystick to my brain! Also, I love that he calls her Doll and Honey.
Very much Panic! at the Disco just as we know them, really.
10. Nearly Witches [Ever Since We Met…]
This… I don’t even know where to start. It’s like all the left over awesome from all the other songs ended up in the bottom, in this song! It’s so grand, and it rounds up the album in the same brillianty chaotic finale as if you combined Tables andBuild God, Then We’ll Talk from A Fever You Can’t Sweat Out! (Where the first aforementioned track is my favorite Panic! song ever in history.) And when you hear the reprise of Mona Lisa, oh dear… Then, when all of it is over, you just sit there. Breathe. Let it sink in. …Before you play it all again, ALLRIGHT!
I was so happy when I realized that the order of Panic! at the Disco’s albums are the same both chronologically and alphabetically. Which means they will play chronologically if they are listed alphabetically. So I decided to start at the top andexcuse me while I sit in a corner and drool like a challenged person, the first album is so good. As well as the second one and ahhh~
If Panic! at the Disco was a country, I would go there and stay forever!
Original doodle by Kaizerin. (Me)
(December 13th 2010)