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After reading the comments 'oh my gosh they must be so good live!' YOU HONESTLY HAVE NO IDEA. I've seen them three times, all during the post-Ryan & Jon era and let me tell you, it is an experience you will never forget. Brendon's voice is a nugget of precious gold that a studio album could only do so much to portray. Seeing them live is exponentially better than just listening to the album--I know that is not the case for many artists out there these days. Watching them live really does use all of the five senses. If you have never seen them live, I really urge you to go next time they are in your area, you haven't really experienced all Panic! At The Disco has to offer until you do.
I had to buy this albulm after I saw the vid of this concert. Their energy is so infectious and made me desperately wish I was there. I loved that they mix Fever songs with Pretty.Odd songs. And it's a live album so you can't nitpick that the vocals are not studio perfect. Brendon has an amazing voice and in many of the songs on this I prefer them over the album version.... all because the energy. They seem so excited and that comes across in the performance. It is palpable. Will always be one of my favourite bands, especially since they continue to change things up, grow, and not stagnate.
if you dont like this type of music then dont waste everyones time saying how you hate it. have you ever tried giving a concert? im not saying its amazing vocals all i'm saying is if you want great vocals then go listen to someone lipsyncing. at least their real.