16 Songs, 51 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

“We’re still the same band,” sings Brendon Urie on opener “We’re So Starving”. That’s hard to believe as Panic! At the Disco shed the angst and emo of their debut A Fever You Can’t Sweat Out for a beatific trip into lysergic '60s pop. “Nine In the Afternoon” exemplifies the immediate, sunny melodies, but the real pleasure emerges in repeated listens as you unpick the many layers of a record doused in strings, harmonies and relentless adventure.

EDITORS’ NOTES

“We’re still the same band,” sings Brendon Urie on opener “We’re So Starving”. That’s hard to believe as Panic! At the Disco shed the angst and emo of their debut A Fever You Can’t Sweat Out for a beatific trip into lysergic '60s pop. “Nine In the Afternoon” exemplifies the immediate, sunny melodies, but the real pleasure emerges in repeated listens as you unpick the many layers of a record doused in strings, harmonies and relentless adventure.

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