i write a sins

a playlist: mainstream bangers from white boys experiencing heartbreak that highlighted my adolescence

(and looking back in hindsight are actually problematic because they promote the Nice Guy mentality and/or demonize their significant other by placing themselves on a pedestal in a situation where that kind of victimization is unnecessary ala aubrey graham) 

breakeven - the script
apologize - onerepublic 
everything you want - vertical horizon
it ends tonight - the all-american rejects
down - blink-182
my friends over you - new found glory 
someday - the strokes 
hate - plain white t’s 
mr. brightside - the killers 
makedamnsure - taking back sunday 
seventy times seven - brand new
i write sins not tragedies - panic at the disco 
running away - hoobastank

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Oml this is too much XD

  • I Write Sins Not Tragedies but instead of a competent mix engineer you have me
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okay so this probably isn’t what you wanted but I’m working on an experimental type of mashup and I decided to fuse I Write Sins Not Tragedies with Uprising by Muse

it’s not as funny as the Boulevard of Broken Dreams post but it’s unlike anything you’ve probably heard before. at least, I hope you’ve never had to hear anything like this

suggestions for better (or worse) matched mashups are welcome

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When you have a spelling test but you’re Panic! af

Panic! At The Disco music videos, a summary:

I Write Sins: The circus invades a wedding.

Ballad of Mona Lisa: Steampunk vampires, plus a murder conspiracy.

Nine In The Afternoon: Drugs ft. a marching band

That Green Gentleman: Drugs ft. Russian nesting dolls.

Miss Jackson: Brendon killed a hooker, some tires got set on fire and also there was this magic lady who gave her soul up or something. It was a bad day for everyone.

But It’s Better If You Do: Brendon secretly goes to a secret illegal strip club, keeping it a secret from his wife who just so happens to secretly work there. Good times.

Lying Is The Most Fun: People with fish tank heads which is apparently a metaphor for having sex??

Nicotine: Brendon clones himself to deal with the loss of his girlfriend.

This Is Gospel: Murderous doctors.

Ready To Go: Brendon accidentally travels to a different time/dimension, dances with some emo swiffers, gets shot out of a canon, is transported to Toonville, and then everybody decided to go all Singing In The Rain. In conclusion: what the fuck.

Build God, Then We’ll Talk: Mime porn.

Girls/Girls/Boys: To raise awareness of bisexuality, Brendon Urie goes naked.

Northern Downpour: Why are there words on everything.

Let’s Kill Tonight: Shockingly normal, considering the title and the lyrics of the song.

Hallelujah: Illusions, illusions everywhere.

Emperor’s New Clothes: Despite the amount of religiously themed songs, Brendon decides that Hell is the place for him.

(BONUS) 

The Overture: Wut.