Vices & Virtues

Panic! at the Disco - Vices & Virtues
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Based on 13 reviews
2011 Ratings: #811 / 907
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Based on 115 ratings
2011 Ratings: #215
March 22, 2011 / Release Date
LP / Format
Decaydance, Fueled by Ramen / Label
Pop Rock, Power Pop / Genres
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FinalLifeline
85
A marked improvement on the sound of their first record, and a step slightly sideways from their sophomore release. The first three tracks aren't much better than anything from their first record, but from "Memories" onward, Panic! set to reminding us why those of us who love them why we keep coming back. "Trade Mistakes" and "The Calendar" are standouts, while the "Blackbird"-mimicking "Always" stands as Brendon Urie's most vulnerable moment ... read more
Claytastic
40
The first ever StEMOpunk album. GET IT?!

Honestly, some of these tracks sound like leftovers from Pretty Odd. The album as a whole is much more tight and listenable than that and A Fever You Can’t Sweat Out, but I can’t help but feel some thematic inconsistencies. The whole thing sounds like a mish mash of ideas from their previous two records. Getting better, though.

Best Tracks: The Ballad of Mona Lisa, Always

Worst Track: Hurricane
KengojiUltamYT
63
It's really cheesy pop rock that's steampunk?
RyannAlpaca
55
I don't think there are any songs on here that stand out for being terrible, but besides the singles I don't think most of the songs on here stand out for anything, most of them are not that bad, but in general they are REALLY forgeatable pop-punk songs with some corny hooks.

Fav tracks: Let's Kill Tonight, Nearly Witches, Ready To Go and Ballad Of Mona lisa.
Least fav tracks: I don't know It can be literally any songs besides the ones that I just quoted my favorites.
Absolute_Madman
50
It's an okay pop rock album. It's better than "Fever" (though admittedly not as interesting), but it's a noticeably worse album than "Pretty. Odd.". The strongest tracks come at the very start and the very end, with everything in the middle feeling like padding.

5/10

Best Track(s): The Ballad of Mona Lisa, Let's Kill Tonight, Nearly Witches (Ever Since We Met...)
Worst Track: Hurricane
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Track List

  1. The Ballad of Mona Lisa
  2. Let's Kill Tonigh
  3. Hurricane
  4. Memories
  5. Trade Mistakes
  6. Ready to Go (Get Me Out of My Mind)
  7. Always
  8. The Calendar
  9. Sarah Smiles
  10. Nearly Witches (Ever Since We Met...)
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