Pete Wentz and Patrick StumpSpencer Smith and Ryan RossBrendon Urie and Brent WilsonBrendon Urie is the only person who has ever been in the band
"Pet Salamander" was originally a Blink-182 cover band.
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Panic! was the first band to be signed to Decaydance Records (now DCD2 Records)
Spencer SmithDan PawlovichAndy HurleyBrent Wilson
Spencer Smith announced his departure from the band via the band's website on April 2, 2015.
Brendon UriePete WentzRyan RossThe moon
Ryan Ross dropped out of university to record the album.
I Write Sins Not TragediesThe Ballad Of Mona LisaThe Only Difference Between Martyrdom and Suicide Is Press CoverageHeadfirst Slide Into Cooperstown On A Bad Bet
This single introduced the world to Panic!
Best New Artist in a VideoVideo of The YearBest Rock VideoBest Group Video
"I Write Sins Not Tragedies" was the first video to win Video of the Year without winning any other awards since Neil young's "This Note's for You" in 1989.
The opening lyrics to Pretty. Odd. are "Oh, how it's been so long/ We're so sorry we've been gone/ We were busy writing songs for you!"
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"It got a little bit annoying to try to write that every time you’re typing the name,” said Ryan Ross about the departure of the exclamation mark.
Northern DownpourWhen The Day Met The NightI Have Friends In Holy SpacesLie To The Truth
The fourth single from Pretty. Odd. is no longer played live.
Spencer Smith and Brendon UrieRyan Ross and Jon WalkerRyan Ross and Brendon UrieNo one left, they're all still in the band, and everyone is happy
Many fans were heartbroken about the band's split.
Myrtle BeachSeattleCape TownNew York
Cape Town or South Africa was referenced in The Young Veins' song "Cape Town" and the Panic! At The Disco song, "Bittersweet".
The Ballad of Mona LisaBittersweetAlienationNew Perspective
"New Perspective" was featured in the soundtrack for the 2009 movie, "Jennifer's Body".
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Vices & Virtues returned Panic! to some of its former emo glory.
An emotional breakup of Brendon Urie'sPete WentzThe departure of Ryan Ross and Jon WalkerA calendar that Spencer Smith had when he was younger
When asked about the song, Brendon Urie said “It was about a guy and a girl, a kind of a story, but the more we looked at the lyrics, we felt that it really tied into the experience of Ryan and Jon leaving, and it was weird. We were like, ‘Oh, that’s kind of weird, going from the idea of a girl, and then thinking about the intimate relationship we had with the four of us, and what that ended up being with Spencer and I.’ That dictated the rest of the song. We were able to finish it with that in mind.”
When asked about the meaning of the song in interview, Brendon said "'Miss Jackson' is about something that actually happened to me when I was younger. I hadn't really talked about it, and I felt that if I didn't, I would keep thinking about it, it would drive me crazy. When I was younger, I would mess around; I'd sleep with one girl one night, sleep with her friend the next night, and not care about how they felt, or how I made them feel. And then it happened to me and I realized 'Wow, that's what that feels like?'"
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Dallon Weekes, Kenny Harris, and Dan Pawlovich are all touring members, but aren't official members.
Death Of A BachelorBonelessWolf's TeethTake A Vacation!
The album is named after the album's fifth track.
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You are a huge Panic! fan, and can probably recite the title of every song from A Fever You Can't Sweat Out. Keep on listening to those sweet tunes.