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Panic! At The Disco

#346 April 2017

We’re catching up with PANIC! AT THE DISCO frontman Brendon Urie, from his first AP cover 11 years ago to his nightly routine of selling out arenas. It's required reading for the world’s Panic fanatics.

PANIC! AT THE DISCO
With a career trajectory not normally seen in rock music, let alone today’s pop/punk crossover fandom, Brendon Urie went from hired-hand frontman to CEO At The Disco. So we’re celebrating the seemingly unstoppable rise of Panic with an issue featuring a reprint of Panic’s first AP cover from 2006, a new interview with Urie, the sordid details behind some of his famous antics, some activity action and plenty of previously unseen photos. This truly is AP’s gift to the manic Panic fanatics in the world today.

View covers: #346.1 & #346.2

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A HISTORY YOU CAN’T CUT OUT
With all-new commentary from Brendon Urie. In addition to reprinting Panic’s first AP cover story from April 2006, we had Urie annotate the story 11 years later.
Written by Leslie Simon

THIS IMPOSSIBLE YEAR
With Grammy noms and arena tours, Brendon Urie has a lot on his plate. Lucky for us, he was willing to dish on the best and worst parts of his crazy, genius year.
Written by Evan Lucy

DRUNK HISTORY: THE GOOD, THE BAD AND THE BLURRY
Urie comes clean about the debauchery surrounding his telling of Fall Out Boy’s history online. Do not try this at home.
Written by Evan Lucy

HEARD IT THROUGH THE GREAT VINE
To let off some steam and some anxiety, Urie took to the now-defunct social app Vine for maximum buffoonery and hilarity. Our web surfing has since gotten a lot less fun.
Written by Evan Lucy

AP’S BACHELOR PAD
Create-your-own lyrics, crosswords and other trivia exercises to test your superiority of all things Panic.

PANIC IN REVIEW
The five Panic albums as reviewed by AP’s editors and contributors. No regrets, no do-overs, no revisionist history. We’re okay with it and you will be, too.

 

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