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Death of a Bachelor: Review

February 12, 2016 11:53 am by: Category: Features 1 Comment A+ / A-

Panic! At The Disco released their latest album “Death of a Bachelor” on January 15. This album is a blend of pop punk, techno, and  jazzy soul.

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Although all of the original band members but the vocalist, Brendon Urie, left the band. Urie, still continues to make music under the name of Panic! At The Disco. Urie was able to create a full album with a wide variety of instrumentals on his own.

This album is filled with songs for any music fan. Although the album is primarily rock based it can still be enjoyed by jazz or pop fans.

This album is filled with upbeat songs that are inherently catchy like “LA Devotee” and ” Victorious.” In contrast to these songs Urie created some with more sadder tones. Songs like “Impossible Year” and  “Death of a Bachelor”  have somber emotion, but have a deeper meaning about maturity.

The time in between the release of “Too Weird to Live, Too Rare to Die!” and “Death of a Bachelor” Urie went from being a single rockstar, to getting married and settling down. Urie titled this album to reflect his own personal experiences and how he gained a higher level of responsibility.

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“This album was one of my favorites,” said sophomore Charlene Liu-Chen. Panic! At The Disco’s wide fan base really enjoys this new album. “Death of A Bachelor” retains the sound of the previous albums but at the same time is able to add a new twist that is able to draw in new fans.

Panic! at the Dicso and Weezer will be touring this summer and will be coming to San Diego on August 3, 2016.

More information about the tour can be found at

Comments (1)

  • Allison

    Thank you for blessing this newspaper with Panic!. My life is now made.

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