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September 19, 2008 Panic at the Disco's new album, Pretty. Odd, experiments with psychedelic pop, vaudeville and new instrumentation, while retaining the infectiousness of the band's debut. In a session with host David Dye, Panic at the Disco plays some of its new material.
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May 17, 2008 When Panic at the Disco released its debut CD, its members hadn't yet graduated from high school. Three years later, Pretty. Odd marks the band's massive change from heart-on-sleeve emo-punk songs to Sgt. Pepper's-style rock. The group performs stripped-down songs in NPR's Studio 4A.
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