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01:59 

Rock Sound Scans

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23:51 

different pics

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For some reason, nobody wanted the seat next to Brendon


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14:18 

Nylon Magazine

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The June/July issue is the one with Butch and Brendon, Florence Welch is on the cover. Included with the issue is a video of Brendon and Butch in the studio recording a cover of Elvis Costello's "Every Day I Write The Book" for Nylon Magazine.

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11:52 

Panic! Get Saucy in Boston Tour Opener

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09:50 

Kerrang! Magazine Article

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11:38 

Panic! in Blunt Magazine

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11:32 

Panic! in Ourzone Magazine

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17:02 

Mind Equals Blown: 'Vices & Virtues' Review

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Rating: 4/5

Amidst drama, questions, and doubts, the great resurfacing of Panic! At The Disco is among us. Though the band's legitimacy and future came into question years ago after key members Ryan Ross and Jon Walker took off after 2009′s Pretty.Odd, the remaining duo of vocalist Brendon Urie and percussionist Spencer Smith proves to be more than enough on their new record, Vices & Virtues.

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15:22 

AP Magazine

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00:48 

Interview, articles & reviews

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14:44 

Panic! At The Disco Frontman Moves Forward

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Panic! At The Disco's new album, Vices and Virtues is in stores today, so it's a perfect time to catch up with frontman Brendon Urie, who dishes on the band breakup, Mona Lisa being revealed as a man, his biggest vice and virtue, and living through tough times to get to rock heaven.

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00:22 

and more

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19:05 

the Beatweek interview: Vices & Virtues & more

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"I've always wanted to live near the ocean," says Brendon Urie of why he's now residing in California after having spent his whole life in Las Vegas. And perhaps the change of scenery is why seemingly nothing fazes him these days. He's sufficiently at peace with the fact that half of his Panic! At the Disco bandmates left him two years ago to work on another project that he's since hung out with them. He loved the challenge of playing nearly every instrument on Panic's new record Vices and Virtues on top of his usual singing duties. He gets a kick out of the fan fuss over the fact that the exclamation point in his band's name keeps disappearing and reappearing. And even with the Vices and Virtues release already out the door today, he's developed such an addiction to songwriting that he's still writing new material daily out of habit. But the 2011 story of Panic! At The Disco starts back in 2009, when Urie and drummer Spencer Smith woke up one day and realized they were suddenly a duo and decided to plow ahead together anyway.

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19:44 

#MusicMonday

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Really, you should be listening to music every day, but thanks to Twitter, Monday has become the best day of the week to discover new songs, show some love to the tune currently dominating your iPod playlist and quietly judge the listening habits of your closest friends. Yes, it’s #MusicMonday, one of Twitter’s most enduring trending topics. Hence “MTV News’ #MusicMonday,” a weekly look at the songs we are currently crushing on.

This week, Panic! at the Disco revel in their virtues and vices.

The arc of the career of Panic! at the Disco has been a wild ride. Over five years, the band went from underground darlings to massive headliners on the strength of their debut A Fever You Can’t Sweat Out. Then came the difficult second album (2008’s Pretty. Odd.), the loss of the exclamation point and the splintering of the group. But now the band is back (and so is the exclamation point) with Virtues & Vices, which hits stores on Tuesday (March 22).

Vices & Virtues is being considered a return to form for the band, as it taps back into the energy and perspective of the debut. It’s full of big riffs, rugged rhythms and frontman Brendon Urie’s signature vocals and hyper-literate lyrics. But it’s not a step backwards by any means, as Urie and drummer Spencer Smith explained to MTV News.

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22:01 

Live Review: Panic! At the Disco at The Roxy

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I love it when big bands play at The Roxy. Last night reminded me of when I saw The All-American Rejects there in December of last year. Mostly, I think it's because, in small venues like that that sell out in a matter of hours, only hardcore fans of the band are able to get tickets to the show.

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11:03 

rocksound

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12:14 

Panic! at the Disco Split but Still Remain Friends

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It's never easy to recover from a band breakup, whether it's because of musical differences or riffs in the friendships among members. So when Panic! at the Disco guitarist Ryan Ross and bassist Jon Walker left the band in 2009, lead singer and songwriter Brendon Urie and drummer Spencer Smith not only wondered about the band's fate but if the four, former bandmates would ever be friends again.

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10:23 

Panic! At the Disco Talks "Vices & Virtues," Weezer Compliments and More

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Panic! At the Disco fans had reason to panic –or, Panic!- in 2009, when half the band split, leaving vocalist/guitarist Brendon Urie and drummer Spencer Smith to regroup and come out swinging when the time was right and when they were ready.

The band – half Warped Tour attraction, half pop act and a little bit of stylized art rock performance project- has emerged with the excellent, ear pleasing Vices & Virtues, which fills the room with its melodic sensibilities. Like the title of the band's Platinum-plus debut, A Fever You Can't Sweat Out, you won't be able to purge your mind of the songs on Vices & Virtues, which will embed themselves in your brain and your booty, which you will be shaking since Panic! At the Disco make music that angst-written white kids can dance to. The first single, "The Ballad of Mona Lisa," drips with emotion and melodies so vivid and memorable that they will undoubtedly echo from the stages at Warped Tour and beyond. It's nerdy but lived in pop that comes from a very real place that makes the hiatus of a band like Fall Out Boy a little bit more bearable for the late teen set that flocks to this sound and style.

ARTISTdirect.com News Editor Amy Sciarretto spoke to Urie just before Vices and Virtues impacted and he was anxious for P!ATD fans to hear the new album. He discussed the upside to downsizing, the possibility of expanding the band's ranks again in the future, nerdy pop, his biggest vice (it involves sleeping) and his best virtue (it involves his job.)

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21:20 

Kerrang Mag[16.2.11]

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13:22 

Band Bio Update on the FBR Website

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Panic! At The Disco began writing the follow-up to 2008's critically acclaimed opus Pretty. Odd. a year-and-a-half ago, however once they entered the studio with acclaimed producer John Feldmann (The Used, Neon Trees) in California, they quickly realized that so many songs were pouring out of them that they literally couldn't stop the process if they tried. "It just felt right to keep at it so we wrote 15 more songs in the studio with John as we were recording," Urie explains. Afterward the band headed to the West Coast to add some "accents with Butch Walker (Weezer, Pink), but ended up pushing out their older material and replacing it with new songs during those sessions, too.

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Brendon! at the Disco

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