In “Quality not Quantity”, Isabella L. describes how Brendon Urie’s, lead singer of Panic! At the Disco, most recent album, “Death of a Bachelor”. She refers to songs and says how there are songs of jazz and rock and pop, and that Panic! At the Disco may be trying too hard. Yet, that’s what makes the album good.
I personally agree that this album is good, but I haven’t noticed the styles the songs switch to till after I read this article. The album, “Death of a Bachelor”, does have those twists and drops and the rhythm. You can feel the energy of the songs and rhythms, making the album good, but there are flaws, they’re just covered and overlooked seeing as not all of the albums by Panic! At the Disco are perfect. They all have the drops and twists somewhere in them, but most seem to overlook them like Isabella Luxenberg said in her article.