#OnTheList with Xtine: 5 Songs PATD’s Brendon Urie Listened to While Creating ‘Death of a Bachelor’

#OnTheList with Xtine is a weekly feature from Fresh 102.7’s Christine Richie that will be highlighting all things music and more, from her favorite emerging artists, top female vocalists, and much, much more!


Panic! at the Disco‘s Brendon Urie is the latest artist to visit Fresh 102.7 and the Adorama Live Theatre for a Fresh Up Close & Personal event on April 18th. As the sole life-long member of PATD and force behind catchy pop hooks laced with angst-driven vocals, Urie has taken a fresh perspective into writing for the band’s latest album, Death of a Bachelor.

See Also:

[Interview] Panic! at the Disco’s Brendon Urie Talks with Xtine Richie

[PHOTOS] Panic! at the Disco’s Brendon Urie Performs ‘Up Close & Personal’

[PHOTOS] PATD’s Brendon Urie Meets Fans at Fresh

Before taking the stage for an interview with Christine Richie and performing a few PATD favorites, Urie shared with us the music he was listening to while working on Death of a Bachelor.


Kendrick Lamar – “Alright”


Rage Against the Machine – “Down Rodeo”


Queen – “Death on Two Legs”


David Bowie – “Let’s Dance”


Weezer – “Pink Triangle”


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