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[Updated] Panic! at The Disco - A Fever You Can't Sweat Out (Mp3 Download)



Review by Johnny Loftus @ allmusic.com
The state of pop-punk/emo in 2005: it's hip to be self-aware. "Dear studio audience," Panic! at the Disco vocalist Brendon Urie quavers in "Only Difference Between Martyrdom and Suicide Is Press Coverage." "I've an announcement to make/It seems the artists these days are not who you think." He goes on to shout out, "Applause! applause!" His lyrics also say he's the narrator, but that's for debate. Because later on A Fever You Can't Sweat Out Urie's hooting about meeting the press and his band being a "wet dream for the webzines," so who's worrying about stardom now, the narrator or Panic! at the Disco? With Fever it's clear that the MySpace revolution has come full circle -- no longer just a convenient promotional tool, the site is now something to sing about. Writing music that webzines actually want to cover should be more important that assuming they will and then obsessing over it. But bands like Panic! at the Disco don't see that. On Fever they fill the gaps between their formulaic guitars and warbling urgency (interchangeable groups include the Academy Is... and Fall out Boy) with painstakingly layered vocals, trumpet, vocoder, and weird breakdowns of rickety piano or synths. This is a band in love with making a record -- making a statement -- but there's nothing unique inside, neither in their formula nor the vaunted and sticky production. Panic! at the Disco's name doesn't even ring true -- the guitars, keyboards, and bittersweet vocals of the Panic Division ring close enough to cause real identity problems.


Track Lists
01. Introduction
02. The Only Difference Between Martyrdom And Suicide Is Press Conference
03. London Beckoned Songs About Money Written By Machines
04. Nails For Brakfast, Tacks For Snacks
05. Camisado
06. Time To Dance
07. Lying Is The Most Fun A Girl Can Have Without Taking Her Clothes Off
08. Intermission
09. But It's Better If You Do
10. I Write Sins Not Tragedies
11. I Constantly Thank God For Esteban
12. There's a Good Reason These Tables Are Numbered Honey, You Just Havent
13. Build God, Then We'll Talk

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What People Said

is anyone else having problems with this album? Anonymous Anonymous :: 9/23/06, 4:21 PM :: Top  

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This ablum is not downloading. It says there is a problem with opening the original links. =[ Anonymous Anonymous :: 9/23/06, 9:09 PM :: Top  

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It album doesn´t downloading...=(
=´( Anonymous Anonymous :: 10/16/06, 6:37 PM :: Top  

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The links worked after it was updated Anonymous Anonymous :: 11/10/06, 12:23 PM :: Top  

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the songs are not fully downloaded but it finished dwnloading. it only plays about 45 seconds of the song... wat should i do? Anonymous Anonymous :: 11/10/06, 4:01 PM :: Top  

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yup this doesnt work i tried more than half of them, this sit sucks Anonymous Anonymous :: 4/29/07, 9:09 PM :: Top  

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