Pretty. Odd.

Panic! at the Disco - Pretty. Odd.
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2008 Ratings: #461 / 791
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Part Four

If this was by any other band I would probably love this, but with a band like this I can not set my bias aside. Frankly put...I think Brendon Urie is downright AWFUL. I think he might be one of the worst vocalists in recent memory and listening to his voice sounds like I'm commiting a hate from against myself. He just sounds...hateable. Brendon Urie's voice sounds so pretentious and full of itself ... read more


Back in 2007 a young band that just finished touring for their massively successful debut shut themselves out from society to work on a follow up that never came.

From what I understand what they were working on was just never going to be finished, they wanted to create their own instruments for it and none of the songs had any choruses and it was a weird concept record that was like a fairy tale, every song would lead into the next and it was heavily influenced by film scores, Ryan Ross said ... read more



You were so close yet so far...

Back when I stanned this band, Death of a Bachelor was by far my favorite. However, with age, I've found that I prefer Pretty. Odd. to their other releases. It's P!ATD at their most creative, fun, and frankly least pretentious. If they spent the rest of their career refining their approach to baroque pop, they probably would've turned out to be a lot more interesting and respectable in the long term. However, they didn't go that ... read more


I don't get why fans love this one so much

Favorite Tracks: We're So Starving, Nine in the Afternoon, That Green Gentleman (Things Have Changed), Northern Downpour (Best Song), Pas de Cheval, Behind the Sea, She Had the World, Mad as Rabbits

Least Favorite Track: I Have Friends In Holy Spaces


Some good tunes but nothing innovative.


Pretty Odd has the biggest dick of all the Panic! at the Disco albums.

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Added on: September 20, 2013