imo one of the things that makes the first two albums so great is the creative tension between brendon and ryan. ry brought the bite of punk and the whimsical quality of folk, while bren brought the sweetness and showiness of pop. these creative differences obviously contributed to the breakup, but while they were able to make it work, they made it fucking work. as much as i love both ry’s solo stuff and panic!’s later stuff, neither ryan nor brendon can be quite as great without the other.

afycso and pretty. odd. are a gift.

thank u for attending my TED talk.

things i live for:

- the transition between “but it’s better if you do” and “i write sins not tragedies”

- the transition between “i have friends in holy spaces” and “northern downpour” 

that shit smOoth as fuCK 

Strange things Brendon Urie has worn
  • a tshirt that read ‘lap dance tester’
  • bunny ears
  • high heels
  • a tshirt that read ‘i died on the oregon trail’
  • Basically a furry costume
  • booty shorts that had ‘are you nasty’ printed on the ass
  • a purple hoodie
  • a purple llama suit
  • a tshirt that read ‘who the fuck is Beebo?’
  • a crop top
  • Ryan’s jackets, ties, t-shirts, even his school tshirt goddamn
  • a tiara
  • that yellow over the shoulder thong thing

    A Fever You Can’t Sweat Out, the first studio album by band Panic! At the Disco, was released September 27, 2005.

    Masterpost of Ryan Ross singing

    For anon: Ryan has provided backing vocals for most pre split panic songs. there’s also loads of clips of him singing w/ friends etc, but I’m listing the ones I found noteworthy.

    For Afysco his vocals can be heard clearly on Live In Denver

    Songs where he’s had major parts on Pretty Odd include:

    Iconic Acoustic Versions:


    The Young Veins:

    Solo Stuff: