The initial tracklisting for ‘A Fever You Can’t Sweat Out’ is HILARIOUS. “I Write Sins Not Tragedies” used to be called THAT!?
Longtime Panic! At The Disco manager stumbled across an original master of the band’s breakthrough album A Fever You Can’t Sweat Out. He shared pictures of the material on social media, and hardcore fans should be amused by some of the original song titles.
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Unearthed the master of AFYCSO while packing up the apartment this weekend- almost 14 years old to the date! Nobody could have predicted the wild ride ahead with four kids who had never played a show outside of Vegas. I was 24 and remember hearing people discuss that letting me managing Panic would be good experience to learn how to make a record (which I had never done before)… learn I did, and continue to. The heart, creativity, trust and dialogue with Brendon is truly something special, and if you couldn’t tell, I’m feeling super grateful (and a bit reflective) to be playing role in all of the beautiful insanity that is Panic. #FlamChorus
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“I Write Sins Not Tragedies” used to be called “Flam Chorus”? What does that even mean!? LOL.
Some of the titles make sense. “Sweat” instead of “Lying is the Most Fun…”. “Cabaret” for “But It’s Better If You Do” must have been a placeholder title kind of like “Flam Chorus”. I mean the song kinda has a cabaret vibe. Anyways – check out the original tracklist and enjoy the walk down Panic! memory lane.