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Now officially a solo act, Brendon Urie releases an EP soon after his previous solo project, Too Weird To Live, Too Rare To Die.

For every alteration Panic! has made to their sound, Urie has remained a constant and on this EP, he’s not hesitant to steal the spotlight completely. At this point, Panic! might as well change their name to The Brendon Urie Project (!) because he’s hurled in our face on every song (the last track is an instrumental version of the title track).

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