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    The ABCs According To Panic! At The Disco

    Threatening you with a good time since day one.

    A is for A Fever You Can't Sweat Out.

    Fueled By Ramen

    Panic! At The Disco's debut studio album, released September 27, 2005. Notable tracks include "I Write Sins Not Tragedies," and "Lying Is The Most Fun A Girl Can Have Without Taking Her Clothes Off."

    B is for Brendon Urie.

    C is for Crooner.

    Fueled By Ramen

    A singer, typically male, who sings sentimental songs, with a jazz background, in a low voice.

    D is for Death Of A Bachelor.

    Fueled By Ramen

    Panic! At The Disco's fifth studio album released on January 15, 2016. Notable tracks include "Death Of A Bachelor," "Victorious," and "Hallelujah."

    E is for Eyeliner.

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    A cosmetic applied as a line around the eyes to make them appear larger or more noticeable.

    F is for Fueled By Ramen.

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    An American record label owned by Warner Music Group with distribution from one of the company's main labels, Atlantic Records.

    G is for Grammy nominee.

    An artist or group under consideration for a Grammy Award, an honor awarded by The Recording Academy to recognize outstanding achievement in the mainly English-language music industry.

    H is for House of Memories.

    I is for "I Write Sins Not Tragedies."

    Fueled By Ramen

    The hit single from Panic! At The Disco's first album, A Fever You Can't Sweat Out. "I Write Sins Not Tragedies" was Panic!'s first music video and until 2015, this single was the band's only Top 40 hit.

    J is for Jon Walker.

    Fueled By Ramen

    An American musician, most known for being the former bassist for Panic! At The Disco. Along with Ryan Ross, Walker is co-founder of the band, The Young Veins.

    K is for Keyboard.

    Fueled By Ramen

    1. A set of keys on a piano or similar musical instrument.

    2. One of the five instruments Brendon Urie can successfully play.

    L is for Las Vegas.

    1. The city where Panic! At The Disco was born and eventually discovered.

    2. The most populated city in the state of Nevada, known for its night life, gambling, entertainment, and fine dining.

    M is for Madison Square Garden.

    N is for "New Perspective"

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    Panic! At The Disco's first single after the departure of Ryan Ross and Jon Walker. It was released July 28, 2009 promoting the film Jennifer's Body.

    O is for Official Lineup

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    1. A group of people or musicians brought together to take part in a team or event.

    2. Throughout the years, Panic! At The Disco's official lineup has changed repeatedly. Currently, Brendon Urie is the only official member of the band. Alongside are Dallon Weekes, Kenneth Harris, and Dan Pawlovich, who are official touring members.

    P is for Pretty. Odd.

    Fueled By Ramen

    Panic! At The Disco's second studio album released on March 25, 2008. Notable tracks include "Nine In The Afternoon" and "Northern Downpour."

    Q is for Queen's "Bohemian Rhapsody"

    A song by the British rock band Queen. It was written by Freddie Mercury for the band's 1975 album A Night at the Opera. A cover by Panic! At The Disco is included on the album for Suicide Squad.

    R is for Ryan Ross.

    A musician, singer, and songwriter best known for his work as lead guitarist and main songwriter for Panic! At The Disco. Ross is also a co-founder of the band, The Young Veins, in which he was the lead singer.

    S is for Spencer Smith.

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    The drummer and founding member of Panic! At The Disco. Smith played on four out the band's five albums before his official departure in 2015.

    T is for Too Weird To Live, Too Rare to Die.

    Fueled By Ramen

    Panic! At The Disco's fourth studio album released on October 8, 2013. Notable tracks include "This Is Gospel," "Miss Jackson," and "Girls/Girls/Boys."

    U is for Urielectric.


    The name of Brendon's home studio where the album Death Of A Bachelor was written and recorded.

    V is for Vices and Virtues.

    Fueled By Ramen

    Panic! At The Disco's third studio album released March 18, 2011. Notable tracks include "The Ballad Of Mona Lisa," and "Ready To Go (Get Me Out Of My Mind)."

    W is for Weezer & Panic! at the Disco Summer Tour 2016.

    X is for Extra.

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    Over the top; excessive but not necessarily a negative quality.

    Y is for The Young Veins.

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    The rock band created by former P!ATD members Ryan Ross and Jon Walker, after their official departure caused by creative differences.

    Z is for Zero.

    The amount of fucks Brendon Urie gives.

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