Panic At The Disco Pretty Odd (Retail) 2008 HHI

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Panic At The Disco Pretty Odd (Retail) 2008 HHI

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Name:Panic At The Disco Pretty Odd (Retail) 2008 HHI

Total Size: 76.18 MB

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Last Updated: 2015-09-07 02:47:52 (Update Now)

Torrent added: 2008-10-08 04:36:02

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Artist......: Panic at the disco
Album.......: Pretty.odd
Grabber : EAC
Encoder : LAME v3.90.3
Release Date: Mar-25-2008
Rip Date....: Sep-28-2008
Genre.......: Alternative
Quality : VBRkbps / 44.1kHz / Joint-Stereo
Playtime : 48:41 min
Ripper : Happy Hacker Industries
CD Songs : 15
Label.......: Fueled By Ramen
Album Info..:

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

Album opinion is taken from sites such as cduniverse and allmusic,
HHI does not express an opinion either way with regard to the quality
of the band etc. We hope you enjoy the music whatever it is!

Track Listing....:
01.We're so starving [01:21]
02.Nine in the afternoon [03:12]
03.She's a handsome woman [03:12]
04.Do you know what i'm seeing [04:14]
05.That green gentleman [03:15]
(things have changed)
06.I have friends in holy [01:56]
07.Northern downpour [04:08]
08.When the day met the night [04:54]
09.Pas de cheval [02:39]
10.The piano knows something [03:44]
I don't know
11.Behind the sea [03:33]
12.Folkin' around [01:56]
13.She had the world [03:47]
14.Form a mountain in the [03:02]
middle of the cabins
15.Mad as rabbits [03:48]

48:41 min
76,2 MB

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