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|I Saw Panic! At the Disco Live…|
|1||A R I Z O N A|
these guys played some decent tunes, but by GOD were they boring. they played their set, they played it well, but it was like watching a high school talent show. the singer danced around a bit, their guitarist stood still, the drummer was actually incredible to watch, and the keyboardist looked like he wasn’t being paid enough. not a band i would have thought would tour with Panic!. also the crowd didn’t move at all during their set.
whilst she was full of energy and a lot of fun to watch, her music is just not really my thing. she has an amazing voice and a fantastic stage presence but again, not an artist i would have thought would support Panic! At the Disco.
|3||Panic! at the Disco|
Pray For The Wicked
these guys (or guy if you don’t want to count the live band) were incredible. Brendon Urie has incredibly stage presence, he hit every note, he had so much energy, the way he danced around without getting breathless was stupendous, the live band also were fantastic to see, they did stay mostly behind Urie, but whenever they stepped forward it was brilliant. i used to be a huge fan of Panic! but recently i’ve found myself growing off them, with my musical tastes expanding i’ve found a lot of music i used to be huge on back in the day just doesn’t do anything for me anymore, but hearing these songs live was well worth the price and the aching knees. anyone who even slightly enjoys this band should see them, it was amazing.
|no one gives a shit about me do they|
|lying is the most fun is still such a jam|
|Saw them with my daughter a few months ago. Haven't really been a fan, went because she is -- but they did put on a great show.|
|I’ve seen them like 4/5 times. Urie rocked it even when he was sick (even if he started losing control of his voice near the end)|