Panic! At The Disco just posted a video on their Youtube channel about how their Pray For The Wicked Tour is going so far and it just got us more hyped to see them live here in Manila on October. And those are some sick Fortnite jerseys, too.
We did a list last week about the newest songs of Panic! that we want to see and hear them perform at the Mall of Asia Arena. If you haven’t seen that, you better. Because now we’re doing a list on the classic P!TAD songs and we’ve ranked them from best to
'London Beckoned Songs About Money By Machines'
This song is one of those underrated ones that you take for granted. But when you seriously listen to it, it’s about the band dealing with their fame. Of course, there will be people that will love them while there will be others that won’t. They basically said, “We don’t care what you say. We’re going to do our thing whether you like it or not.” Panic meet the press!
'That Green Gentleman (Things Have Changed)'
'Build God, Then We’ll Talk'
This is one of those songs that tell a story in the lyrics without a need to rhyme with every other line. It tells a story of infidelity and deceit. Oh, and there’s a line in the song that refers to Julie Andrews’ character in The Sound of Music, who is a nun. It’s a pretty intelligent and metaphorical track if you listen to it on repeat.
An uncharacteristic song for the band at the time. Usually, their songs were high-energy and very youthful, but this seemed more mature and relaxed. They talk about everything important that happened to them during their time as a band. The line “Hey, moon, please forget to fall down” is just plain sad. These are manly tears. Shut up.
'Nine in the Afternoon'
This reminds us of love back in the day—wow we’re old. While the mainstream teens were listening to pop and RnB love songs, we were listening to this. It’s upbeat and sunny and you just want to hold hands with someone and stare into their eyes. Well, look what time it is.
'I Write Sins Not Tragedies'
Wondering why this isn’t number one? Well, we all know that this is the iconic song that launched the career of the band, especially Brendon. And that first verse is the one to thank for that. Their musical arrangement for this song is just so unique, and that was the factor that it needed to set the band apart.
'Lying Is The Most Fun A Girl Can Have Without Taking Her Clothes Off'
This is number one for many reasons. First, the title is a line from Natalie Portman’s character in the movie Closer. Second, it’s got the longest title in this list. I mean, that alone is an achievement for this song. Lastly, its catchy chorus and rhythm remind us of underground raves with glow sticks and fishnet gloves. Who doesn’t like those?