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Panic! at the Disco Shares 'Death of a Bachelor' Track-By-Track Breakdown

Watch Brendon Urie reflect on each song on the band's fifth studio album

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Last week Panic! at the Disco released their fifth studio album, the pretty impressive Death of a Bachelor. Frontman Brendon Urie is the only original member of the band left, giving him creative control to do whatever he wanted with the LP. It made for this over-the-top, Sinatra-fueled, Queen-channeling, cinematic 11-track beast. At times, it can feel overwhelming, so it's a good thing Urie decided to share a video track-by-track on Twitter describing some of the writing and recording process.

From the reason why he decided to keep the word "cocaine" in a hook to attempting to write a song like Weezer's "My Name Is Jonas," here's the good, the bad and the dirty of the album. Get clicking! 

1 / 11

"Victorious"

2 / 11

"Don't Threaten Me With A Good Time"

3 / 11

"Hallelujah"

4 / 11

"Emperor's New Clothes"

5 / 11

"Death of a Bachelor"

6 / 11

"Crazy=Genius"

7 / 11

"LA Devotee"

8 / 11

"Golden Days"

9 / 11

"The Good, The Bad & The Dirty"

10 / 11

"House of Memories"

11 / 11

"Impossible Year"

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