‘Death of a Bachelor’ doesn’t disappoint

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“Death of A Bachelor,” Panic! At The Disco. Copyright 2016. $6.99.

Reviewed by Catherine Wiggins

   From “Victorious” to “Emperor’s New Clothes” to “Crazy = Genius,” Panic! At The Disco proves that they’re just as good as they used to be.
“Death of A Bachelor” hit the world of music on Jan. 15 with amazing songs, crazy beats and somewhat questionable lyrics. The album begins with “Victorious” and then transfers into the most quotable song of the album — “Don’t Threaten Me With A Good Time.” Other quotable songs from the album are “Hallelujah,” which came out in April of 2015, “Crazy = Genius,” “The Good The Bad and the Dirty” and “Golden Days.”
The album is Brendon Urie’s, the lead singer and the only remaining original member, farewell to being a bachelor.
The band released four music videos — “Death of A Bachelor,” “Emperor’s New Clothes,” “Victorious” and “Hallelujah.” “Emperor’s New Clothes” is a sequel of some sorts to the band’s previous video to “This is Gospel.”
If you enjoyed “A Fever You Can’t Sweat Out” and “Vices and Virtues,” you will not be disappointed with this album.
Weezer and Panic! At The Disco will perform at 7 p.m. June 20 at PNC Music Pavilion and 7 p.m. June 21 at Walnut Creek Amphitheatre in Raleigh. Check ticketmaster.com for prices and more information.

Catherine Wiggins is freshman at Williams High School and a Teens & Twenties writer.


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