Pretty. Odd. by Panic At The Disco

It’s true that probably no one will read this blog, but may people will because is written in English. So I’m going to give it a try with the new PATD CD. Don’t think that PATD aren’t the same since their last record ”A Fever You Can’t Sweat Out”. Ok, think because Brendon Urie can say they are in ”We’re So Starving” but the electrical emo songs so catchy that obligate you to ear his records from the 1st track to the last disappeared. Instead, you’ll find jazz tunes and piano ballads with the strange titules that you know from the band. They’re finally sounding like some you never heard before and finally sound like real geniuses of music, joining ridiculous pianos with funky jazz rythms. An espectacular song is definettly ”Do You Know What I’m Seeing?” and it deserved to be an single radio-friendly that would probably a girl’s favorite. ”I never gave a damn about the weather, and it never gave a damn about me” Brendon sings in a ridiculous strangely catchy melody with a violin, piano, classic guitar that together make a expectacular song from the emo boys. There are still the strange interludes, but this time they sing and past to another ridiculous catchy sound like FOB tune and make it definetlly one of the best records from 2oo8. ”We’ve been busy writing songs for you” and what songs! ”Nine In The Afternoon” is what better describes the album. Ridiculous and catchy, with guitars, and piano it makes it one of the most catchyest songs ever. So, in the album, the band makes this one sond huge  like a Disney Movie Soundtrack, but much better then that sounds.Chorus, guitars, pianos, violins, saxofones, pretty much every instruments that you remember and probably you’ll find something to enjoy. (76% of 100%) Recomended Songs: Nine In The Afternoon ; Mad As Rabbits ; Do You Know What I’m Seeing? ; That Green Gentleman (Things Have Changed).

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