Panic At The Disco Confirm New Album Tracklisting

Panic At The Disco have confirmed that their new album "Vices And Virtues" will be released on March 28.

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Panic At The Disco have confirmed that their new album "Vices And Virtues" will be released on March 28. The album, the band's third, is the follow up to 2008's "Pretty. Odd." and has been produced by Butch Walker and John Feldmann. It marks the first time the band have released an album since guitarist Ryan Ross and bassist Jon Walker left the band in July 2009. The release of "Vices And Virtues" will be preceded by a single, "The Ballad Of Mona Lisa", out on March 21. The band are set to play a one-off UK show at London's Bush Hall on February 8. The tracklisting for "Vices And Virtues" is: 01. The Ballad Of Mona Lisa 02. Let's Kill Tonight 03. Hurricane 04. Memories 05. Trade Mistakes 06. Ready to Go (Get Me Out Of My Mind) 07. Always 08. The Calendar 09. Sarah Smiles 10. Nearly Witches (Ever Since We Met) Thanks for the report to Nme.com.

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    Sugar_Celebi
    I'm glad they've gone back to the older style. Don't get me wrong, I loved Pretty. Odd., but AFYCSO-era Panic! is what I fell in love with. I will miss Ryan's lyrics, but I'm so thankful for Brendon's beautiful voice. I'm excited to see what the boys come up with writing wise! P.S. YAY NEARLY WITCHES!
    Shawn1379
    I absolutely love Pretty. Odd. I've been especially obsessed with it lately. I'm a bit disappointed to see only 10 tracks on this one, though. I'm also a bit worried that the primary songwriter is gone now since one of the main thing's I love about this band is the lyricism. At least Brendon's voice is still there, though...
    Metallichemical
    I'm a little curious to hear this album. I actually enjoy what I've heard from Panic!, first two albums were pretty good and totally different from what I listen to 95% of the time. Who knows, maybe their sound will progress with different songwriters this time around, as I believe Ryan Ross was probably like the main writer.
    Henkdemachtige
    Msu_Man04 wrote: Ryan Ross gone = no more Panic!. I'll give it a listen, but not looking forward to good lryics or songwriting...
    Agreed, Ryan ross is better off anyway with The Young Veins, still, this might be a good album anyway.
    Msu_Man04
    Ryan Ross gone = no more Panic!. I'll give it a listen, but not looking forward to good lryics or songwriting...
    Msu_Man04
    In retrospect, (I don't even remember commenting on this) the album is fantastic and definitely worth having!