Hey Look, Ma We Made It and Now It's Time to Rank Panic At The Disco Songs

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Don't panic! We've listed out all of the greatest Panic! at the Disco songs ever released, ranked by readers like you. Nothing screams glamorous teenage angst like your favorite Panic! track, so why not share these feelings with the world?

Fusing together indie and rock, Panic! at the Disco has latched onto fame since the early 2000s. Since their formation, the band has released many hits that have remained popular among America's younger generation. When a Panic! song comes on in your the car, chances are you're singing at the top of your lungs like it's still 2005 and your hair is either dyed bright blue or you're wishing wish it was. Oh, and don't forget the thick black eyeliner that you're trying not to cry off. The band's greatest tracks bring us the sense of comforting nostalgia we can all share.

Which song by Panic! at the Disco are you most eager to scream at the top of your lungs? Don't be shy - let us know your favorites by voting here. While you're at it, vote for your least favorite tracks too (if that's even possible)! You might just be surprised to see how many other fans agree with you.

Hey, Look Ma I Made It

You might know the most recent single from Panic! At The Disco, it's on every radio station imaginable. If you missed the beloved band you'll be happy to hear that they're back and better than ever.

Lying Is The Most Fun A Girl Can Have Without Taking Her Clothes Off

"Lying Is the Most Fun a Girl Can Have Without Taking Her Clothes Off" is a single from the album A Fever You Can't Sweat Out. Released in 2006, the song's title was taken from a line of dialog in the 2004 film Closer.

New Perspective

"New Perspective" was released in 2009 as a single promoting the film Jennifer's Body. Vocalist Brendon Urie began writing the song two years prior to its recording regarding a lucid dream he had.

The Only Difference Between Martyrdom And Suicide Is Press Coverage

"The Only Difference Between Martyrdom and Suicide Is Press Coverage" is the debut single and second track from the band's debut studio album A Fever You Can't Sweat Out. This song reached number 77 on the US Billboard Hot 100. No music video was ever made for it.

Emperor's New Clothes

"Emperor's New Clothes" was released in 2015 as the second single from the band's fifth studio album, Death of a Bachelor. The track's music video was uploaded to YouTube the day of its release, and serves as a sequel to the music video of "This is Gospel".

High Hopes

"High Hopes" was released in 2018 as the second single from their sixth studio album, Pray for the Wicked. The song has reached number four on the Billboard Hot 100, becoming the band's highest-charting song on the chart.

Don't Threaten Me With A Good Time

"Don't Threaten Me with a Good Time" was released as the second promotional single from the band's fifth studio album, Death of a Bachelor in 2015. The video of the audio track was uploaded to YouTube on the same day of its release.

Miss Jackson

"Miss Jackson" was released as the first single for the band's fourth studio album, Too Weird to Live, Too Rare to Die!. The track is titled after Janet Jackson and refers to her hit song "Nasty" in the line "Miss Jackson, are you nasty?" during its chorus.

Nine In The Afternoon

"Nine in the Afternoon" is the first single from the group's second album Pretty. Odd.. The song's title comes from a happening during a practice session. After playing for a while and not knowing what time it was, Spencer Smith suggested that it was "seven in the afternoon." It was later changed to "nine in the afternoon" to mesh better with the other lyrics.

This Is Gospel

"This Is Gospel" was released as the second single from their fourth studio album, Too Weird to Live, Too Rare to Die! in 2013. The music video for the song, directed by Daniel Cloud Campos, was also released on the same day.

The Ballad Of Mona Lisa

"The Ballad of Mona Lisa" was released in 2011 as the first single from the group's third studio album, Vices & Virtues. Vocalist Brendon Urie wrote the song to express personal struggles and convictions many years prior to its official production for the album.

I Write Sins Not Tragedies

"I Write Sins Not Tragedies" is the second single from Panic! at the Disco's debut studio album, A Fever You Can't Sweat Out. This track is the band's first single to have a music video accompany it.