A Fever You Can't Sweat Out reviews— 22 total
22 user reviews of A Fever You Can't Sweat Out by Panic! At the Disco
consisted of a single musical genius, let alone was a brilliant act to begin with.
Because of the "fashion" aspect of the songwriting.
There lyrics are good singing to so much they are a band that needs more real music such as guitar...
I haven't found a single flaw so help me god.
At The Disco is more than a fad, more than some "new wave gospel." They are a force to be...
It challenges people who only listen to the more conventional bands where all you hear is guitar, drums, and whining...
especially maybe because of the "I Write Sins Not Tragedies" song.
At The Disco can't really be compared to any other band, their music is to original for it.
Although, as I have said before, they remind me a lot of Fall Out Boy with keyboards.
There is absolutly nothing that I hate about this album, I seriously think, if Panic.
But I think they are very different. Panic's songs are very, very catchy, they're lyrics seem a lot more meaningful than FOB's, and they also have the whole showtune, caberet thing working for them, unlike FOB.
Just because they have the word disco in their name shouldn't compare them to the likes of Depeche Mode.
I don't like some of the lyrics which at a few short moments sound dull or boring.
I love it. Three of the (very carefully chosen) top listens for me would be: Lying Is The Most Fun A Girl Can Have Without Taking Her Clothes Off, The Only Difference Between Martyrdom And Suicide Is Press Coverage, I Constantly Thank God For Esteban.
My favourite song, as I said before, is 'I Write Sins, Not Tragedies' but I like every song in the...
A good blend of skill, catchy riffs, rythyms, and synths.
the best songs for me on thsi album are 'I Write Sins Not Tragedies' and 'Time To Dance' One thing...
The song that I believe will become very popular, very quickly will be "The Only Difference Between Martydom And Suicide...
A blast to listen to. Super catchy, thought there's not much in the way of emotionally inspiring but definetly worth buying..
One of the flaws though is the little interludes it has between certain tracks.
People say they are the next Fall Out Boy but that is so wrong.
This band is actually like Fall Out Boy with a hint of Hellogoodbye and maybe some Finch.