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Panic at the Disco is a rock band from Las Vegas formed in 2004 by longtime childhood friends. It originally consisted of lead singer Brendon Urie, lead guitarist Ryan Ross, Spencer Smith on drums, and bass player Brent Wilson. Currently, Brendon Urie is the only official member of the band, and now tours with musicians Kenneth Harris, Dan Pawlovich, and Nicole Row. Panic at the Disco debuted with their album 'A Fever You Can't Sweat Out' in 2005. The song 'I Write Sins Not Tragedies' on this album became a hit for the band and their single went double platinum. They went on to create their second studio album in 2008 entitled 'Pretty. Odd.' which was a departure in style from their first. This second album was inspired by 1960's rock music like The Beatles and The Zombies. It featured the popular song 'Nine in the Afternoon.' After the release of this album, lead singer Urie and drummer Spencer Smith became a song-writing duo and last two members of the original band. In 2010 the pair recorded Panic at the Disco's third album, 'Vices & Virtues', which was then released in 2011. Critics enjoyed the musical experimentation in this album. In 2013, joined by new bassist Dallon Weekes, the band released their fourth album 'Too Weird to Live, Too Rare to Die!' This album was best known for its two hits 'Miss Jackson' and 'This is Gospel'. The band created their fifth album entitled 'Death of a Bachelor' in 2016, featuring their hit single 'Hallelujah'. This album won the band record sales numbers and was the Billboard 200's number one album during the first week of its release. Panic at the Disco's most recent studio album, 'Pray for the Wicked', debuted in June of 2018 and features the hit single 'Say Amen (Saturday Night)'.