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m (Em the LMW fan moved page ‘Cricket and Clover’ (Lost Panic! At the Disco album 2007) to Cricket and Clover’ (partially found unreleased Panic! At the Disco album; 2007))
m (Em the LMW fan moved page Cricket and Clover’ (partially found unreleased Panic! At the Disco album; 2007) to Cricket and Clover (partially found scrapped Panic! At the Disco album; 2007))
Revision as of 22:42, 28 November 2019
Cricket and Clover was a scrapped album by the famous alt rock band Panic! At The Disco. It is also known as The Cabin Album by fans
After touring, the band decided to get back to work and make a new album. They rented a cabin on a mountain in Nevada and began writing the album. The band went a little crazy since they were isolated, so they didn’t get any work done.
The album was written differently than other albums they’ve written. Instead of just a set of songs, Panic! decided to turn their second album into a story and each song led into the next song. The story was about two lovers.
Panic! At The Disco written many songs for the album, here are the ones we know about.
- ”Nearly Witches” (Released on the FOB Mix-tape under the name Paul Revere Jumpsuit Apparatus. It was a demo at the time and didn't become an actual song until Vices and Virtues
- ” It’s True Love” (Bits and pieces can be found on YouTube)