Sound — 7
Panic! At The Disco sound very simular to Fall Out Boy only they sound a little techno at times. In fact Pete Wentz, the bass player from Fall Out Boy, started a record company when members of Panic! At The Disco were making fun of Fall Out Boy. Pete went and listened to their demos (so he could make fun of them) and decided to start the record label and sign them. The music style is kind of a punk, techno, emo, sort of dance music kind of sound.
Lyrics — 9
Ryan Ross the guitarist writes the lyrics, Brendon Urie is the singer. The lyrics are catchy and some songs are well written, while a few could have used a little more touching up. The singer sounds alot like Patrick Stump. I couldn't tell you how good of a singer he is but his voice is good.
Overall Impression — 8
This album sounds very simular to Fall Out Boy's album "Take This To Your Grave." The songs that stick out are "I Write Sins Not Tragedies," "Lying Is The Most Fun A Girl Can Have Without Taking Her Cloths Off" and "There's A Good Reason These Tables Are Numbered Honey, You Just Haven't Thought Of It Yet." I like the lyrics and the rhythm of the songs. I don't like some of the lyrics which at a few short moments sound dull or boring. If I something happened to it I would eventually buy it again.