Death of A Bachelor

Death of A Bachelor

Music CD - 2015
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Publisher: New York, NY : Fueled By Ramen, [2015]
Copyright Date: ℗2016
Branch Call Number: POPULAR CDP PANI DB P82
Characteristics: 1 audio disc (37 min.) ; 4 3/4 in
4 3/4 in
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Nov 04, 2019

One of Panic!'s worst albums, but that's not saying it's bad.

Nov 02, 2019

this album has so many good songs 5/5

Apr 29, 2019

I first got hooked on L.A. Devotee, and it is still my favourite P!ATD song. While this album is not my favourite overall, it has the most songs I truly love on it, which sounds weird, but it all makes sense in my head. Despite the fact that Emperor's New Clothes is too aggressive for my tastes, the rest of the album more than makes up for it.

Oct 13, 2018

This is my absolute favourite album by Panic! At The Disco, I love this album so much. Every song is amazing, and I cannot express fully how much I love every song off this album. Most of the songs are very upbeat and lively which just makes me want to dance and sing along to the whole album on repeat. The song I cannot get enough of is, “House of Memories”; if I could listen to only one song for the rest of my life, it would be this one. The lead singer, Brendon Urie, has a very unique vocal style and is insanely talented which makes this album even more perfect than it already is. I even got the opportunity of seeing Panic! At The Disco in concert a couple years ago and they are just as amazing, if not better, in person. I recommend this album to everybody as it is very under-appreciated, and I think it deserves more. I rate “Death Of A Bachelor” 5/5 stars. @Kyky18 of the Teen Review Board at the Hamilton Public Library

Death of a Bachelor is the fifth studio album released by Panic! At the Disco. With front man Brendon Urie writing, and renowned producer Jake Sinclair producing the tracks on this album, it has become one of their best selling records to date. I really loved this album, and I thoroughly enjoyed the jazz feel to all of the tracks. Brendon Urie used Frank Sinatra as one of his main inspirations on this album, and I think he captured Sinatra’s essence quite well. The use of jazz instruments I think aided in the atmosphere of all of the tracks. This is one of my favourite albums to date, and I would recommend this to anyone into jazz/pop. I would give this album a 5/5.
- @TheCuriousBookworm of The Hamilton Public Library's Teen Review Board

Nov 06, 2016

this album is my literal jam its so good for when you are in a good mood

Jul 22, 2016

A really good album once again.

Jun 17, 2016

This is one of the best albums I have ever heard. I love it!

Feb 01, 2016

Another amazing album by Panic at the Disco. This is really worth a listen.


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Jun 15, 2017

"Promise me a place in your House of Memories"

-Brendon Urie


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