A Fever You Can't Sweat Out, Urie has proven to be a multifaceted artist. His versatility has become Panic!’s strongest asset as the band’s trajectory has continued upward while most of his peers have faded out of relevance. Most Panic! fans are divided in their reverence, however, usually favoring a specific album and forsaking all others — their debut, its Beatles-inspired follow-up, the party album that came next or the band’s latest effort, Death of a Bachelor, their first to debut at No. 1 on the U.S. Billboard 200.
Panic! at the Disco has come a long way from their electronic pop-punk origins. Having played musical chairs with every original member except vocalist Brendan Urie, Panic! has transformed into an eclectic solo project, regularly tapping into new genres for inspiration, incorporating psychedelic rock, baroque pop and even hip-hop into its music. In the decade since Panic!’s debut,