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Pretty. Odd.

Panic! at the DiscoAudio CD
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First they infected us with A Fever You Can’t Sweat Out, then they captivated us with Pretty. Odd. and now it’s Panic! At The Disco’s turn to remind us why we fell in love with them in the first place. With Vices & Virtues, their first album as a duo, frontman/multi-instrumentalist Brendon Urie and drummer/percussionist Spencer Smith have proven that their best ideas are ... Read more in Amazon's Panic! at the Disco Store

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Product Details

  • Audio CD (March 25, 2008)
  • Original Release Date: 2008
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Fueled By Ramen
  • ASIN: B00132D808
  • Average Customer Review: 3.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (230 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #3,149 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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The title gives it away instantly- Pretty.Odd. (don't forget the periods) is not exactly the album that affirmed admirers of Panic At The Disco will have expected. The quartet, then teenagers, hit big in 2005 when A Fever You Can't Sweat Out rode its hit single "I Write Sins Not Tragedies" and its striking video to huge sales, defining their niche bridging emo and theatrical art-rock. Three years later Panic (they've ditched the exclamation mark) return with an expansive album that shamelessly, and very skilfully, takes inspiration directly from the Beatles' bigger budget productions and the baroque classic rock that came in their wake. They must use every instrument in the orchestral palette. But this is hardly a trip to "guilty pleasures" territory, four minute pop tunes polished almost to sterility. Even the catchy, imposing opener "We're So Starving", where they protest "we're still the same band", is playful rather than predictable. "That Green Gentleman (Things Have Changed)" offers so many styles it defies categorisation, the darkly comic sixties pastiche "When the Day Met the Night" could wear the vague "sunshine pop" label comfortably and the likes of "Pas De Cheval" and nicely wistful first single "Nine in the Afternoon" stick in the head after a single hearing. Also the token acoustic strumalong is called "Folkin' Around". Whether their fanbase actively craved such a diverse display of ambition is moot, but Pretty.Odd. is an impressive and deservedly popular collection. For once it seems that the public agree with those critics who so often describe lovingly crafted, low-selling tributes to genres past as perfect pop. --Steve Jelbert

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19 of 19 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Pretty.Surprising. February 1, 2010
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If you're reading this, chances are you're not one of this band's fans, but are likely a, shall we say, "more mature" music fan acting on a recommendation or a hunch. My quick tip is that if you like the Beatles, the Beach Boys, ELO, and other '60s and '70s-era orchestrated rock/pop music, you owe it to yourself to get this CD. It might take you a few listens to thank me, but I think you will. I think this is an important album in its own way, a brilliant album, inspired and beautiful. It's become one of my favorite albums.

Let's just say I'm waay outside this band's demographic--I'm 47, a rock musician for 30 years, and I tend to listen to "musician's music." I look for serious musicianship and songwriting, and I usually ignore emo and other teen styles. I can't stand Blink 182, Good Charlotte, Jet or Fall Out Boy. I bought this for my 13-year-old daughter for Christmas after hearing "Nine In the Afternoon" coming out of her room many times, and thinking it sounded pretty cool. I've still never heard their first CD, though I like the single. But since giving Pretty.Odd. a spin to see what the fuss was about, I must admit I am totally blown back by this album. It does walk a fine line between homage and copy-cat, but I guess it doesn't matter to me--I love it. I've been recommending it to all my musician buddies, and they're all loving it too. It's got all the sonic elements of a George Martin-produced mid-late period Beatles album, but with modern recording techniques and equipment. There have been so many "next Beatles" tags thrown out there by the media that I stopped paying attention years ago. All those promises faded into forgettable obscurity. But I think this one might stand the test of time--though unfortunately the band broke up not long after releasing it.
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12 of 13 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Pretty.Good. April 19, 2008
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I loved Panic at the disco's debut album, the million selling "A fever you can't sweat out" and was really thrilled when I finally got its follow up. "Pretty. Odd." is quite different from its more energetic electronic/Punk predecessor, featuring sunny harmonies, loads of horns and a retro sound reminiscent in parts of The Beach Boys or the Beatles. The band stated that they wanted a classic rock sound and that's what it sure sounds like.

The mood for the most part is mellow. Lead-off single "Nine in the afternoon" is a bouncy horn sprinkled song with sunny harmonies and quirky time changes. "Do you know what I'm seeing" is an upbeat string-swathed song with accordion flourishes. "I have friends in holy spaces" is a Lo-Fi jazzy acoustic piece with lots of horns. "When the day met the night" has a sunny surf sound, peppered with horns and tinkling pianos.

"Pas de cheval" has a galloping feel with nice harmonies and fleeting horns. Melancholic and Beatles-esque is the ballad "Behind the sea" with a slight marching drum beat, and an upbeat sing-along coda. "Folkin' around" is a fiddle filled country song, while "She had the world" is a melodic acoustic/violin festooned ballad with sixties sounding vocals/harmonies. I love it! Similar but with a slightly faster tempo is "From a mountain in the middle of the cabins".

"Mad as rabbits" is a sunny upbeat pop rocker, but my favourite song is "That green gentleman (Things have changed)". This is a bouncy song with a catchy chorus, retro sounding guitars, ELO-style harmonies and lyrics that reference the album title.

Most of the song titles are apparently lines appearing in the songs themselves. The album has a slight oddball pop feel similar to the sound of say The Smiths, and it did take a bit to grow on me but you know what, it's Pretty.Good.
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20 of 24 people found the following review helpful
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Upon hearing the first hit from "Pretty.Odd", called "Nine In The Afternoon". my reaction was to make accusations against the band that they are nothing but Sargent Pepper rip off artists, down to the string and brass instruments. What nerve these "emos" had, i thought.

However, despite their obvious "influence" by John,Paul,George and Ringo, with each listen i couldnt help but like the song, becouse to be honest, its a pretty good sounding song.

So i decided to give the other songs a preview here on Amazon, and i was pleasantly surprised. I heard what sounded like some genuinely inspired stuff. The previews were impressive enough for me to actually go and purchase the physical album it self. Though i wasnt completely sure it was going to be a good album, i had a pretty good hunch for some reason that these guys just might of worked together something some what special.

So i leave Target, hop in my car with the new cd in hand and begin to unwrap and open it. I turn on the car, and just when im about to feed the cd player with the disc, something pretty odd happens....the radio starts to play "A Day In The Life" by the Beatles.

Was this a sign? Was it the spirit of The Beatles blessing these new tunes i was about to embark on listening to? Or was it a warning from the ghosts of john and george to "listen to the real beatles instead of those emo clown posers!". Who knows.

I respectfully listened to the entire Beatles song as i made my way to the interstate. Once it finally reached its big orchestral build up at the end and fades out, i took a breath and poped in "Pretty.Odd"

And i must tell you, the experience was pretty pleasant!
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5.0 out of 5 stars Five Stars
My favorite album of all time!
Published 8 days ago by Nicholas Jensen
5.0 out of 5 stars Five Stars
Published 26 days ago by jesse
3.0 out of 5 stars Some songs on this were good. It's different from their other stuff
The title is also a warning. Some songs on this were good. It's different from their other stuff.
Published 1 month ago by Julie Coughlan
5.0 out of 5 stars Pretty. Odd, pretty great!
This is, in my opinion, the best Panic! At The Disco CD ever! A lot of their songs remind me of the Beatles, and are calm and folk-like, as compared to some of their more intense... Read more
Published 5 months ago by Autumn
1.0 out of 5 stars Audio-Ear-Rape. :-)
Wow. I might have some of the widest musical tastes of anyone I've ever met. Kid of the 80's, so know all the 70's to current. Read more
Published 5 months ago by Keven Quinlan
5.0 out of 5 stars :D
So excite! I just finished a new art piece and had this blasting in the background! It's awesome! I love panic!@thedisco <3
Published 6 months ago by Trinity Blemings
5.0 out of 5 stars Favorite. Album. Ever.
This album is my favorite of Panic!'s and one of my favorite albums of all time. It mixes alternative with country, who knew you could do that?
Published 6 months ago by ~~Kayla~~
5.0 out of 5 stars Perfection.
Beautiful. Panic! has never been better. This Beatles styled album with inspirational lyrics can raise anyone's sprit. Definitely their best.
Published 6 months ago by Nadia
5.0 out of 5 stars Great!
I love Panic at the disco and this is a good album its more autistic and it means something that its the last album made with Ryan and Jon in the group. Love the album!
Published 6 months ago by Micaela Fernandes
5.0 out of 5 stars Pretty Amazing!
I am a huge fan of all of Panic!'s albums, but this one has to be my favorite. The whimsical lyrics, beautiful orchestration, and catchy melodies make listening to the album a... Read more
Published 7 months ago by Tina Umhoefer
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You don't have to worry cause we're still the same Arse
Hey stupid... the point of the title "9 in the afternoon" is to create a sense of surrealism by referencing a nonexistent time of the day.... but your perspective is too narrow to realize that.
Apr 17, 2008 by Robin Cicalese |  See all 16 posts
Their new album is amazing. I love how they have changed their sound, but i love how they still have the strange lyrics that Ryan comes up with. I can't wait until the cd comes out on tuesday and I can't wait to see what they do live in concert with their show
Mar 23, 2008 by AdelaideLA |  See all 5 posts
Its not Bad, its just not their Last Album
I agree. This album is very good. Panic! fans that were looking for more of the same from the last album are just frustrated that the band went a different direction. This is original music and very enjoyable. Good job Panic!
Mar 21, 2008 by zstarry9581 |  See all 4 posts
This forum is full of people bashing Panic. I guess the majority of users here came to the forum to display their discontent with the sound of the album. Hopefully people listen to the CD and not just read posts of angry fans while they decide whether or not to make the purchase.
Mar 28, 2008 by T. Stopforth |  See all 3 posts
C'mon, have you even listened to the songs??
Con a friend into buying it and when they hate it, they'll give it to you. Then you won't have to waste your own money on it and you'll still be able to give it a listen.. And after listening to it you'll regret that you did. You don't have to be a fan or a hater or Panic! to recognize that... Read More
Apr 21, 2008 by S. Hill |  See all 2 posts
AFYCSO and Pretty. Odd. are both awesome. Be the first to reply
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