Friday, 2 October 2015

FRIDAY PLAYLIST: Panic! At The Disco edition

To celebrate the release of 'Victorious' (Panic! At The Disco's best song in the last four years) AND the ten year anniversary of 'A Fever You Can't Sweat Out' (the best debut album of all time, ever) I thought it was appropriate to dedicate this week's playlist to them. So sit back and enjoy!

10) 'The Piano Knows Something I Don't Know' (alternate version)
This is absolutely mind-blowing through headphones. I love it when vocals get layered. 

9) 'The Ballad of Mona Lisa'
Great song, better video. 

8) 'Build God, Then We'll Talk'
Brilliant song, but I don't think the video could be any weirder. Why did I not realise how weird this band was? This playlist was a terrible idea.

7) 'Miss Jackson'
Having Lolo on this song was a stroke of genius, and it was a brilliant way too launch 'Too Weird To Live, Too Rare To Die'. 

6) 'Northern Downpour'
'Cause we all need a good cry sometimes. 

5) 'Hurricane'
"You'll dance to anything." 

4) 'There's A Good Reason These Tables Are Numbered, Honey, You Just Haven't Thought Of It Yet'
Oh, the theatricality! 

3) 'Bohemian Rhapsody'
One of the most genius covers of all time, ever. 

2) 'Victorious'
This is a return to form for the band, after what was a lackluster fourth album. 

1) 'New Perspective'
I don't know what it is about this one that I like so much, but it's up here. 

Well, I hope you enjoyed the very mixed bunch of songs in this playlist! I'm going to go and try and get Porno Mime out of my head... Shudder.

Because bad things sometimes happen, I completely forgot to include my FAVOURITE Panic! song - so here's a bonus track for this playlist...

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