Panic at the Disco - Nine In The Afternoon
NME.COM feature on Panic at the Disco - Nine In The Afternoon album including album review, artwork, tracks, listen now, tour dates, discography and more.
Release date: 07 March 2008
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- Nine In The Afternoon (Radio Mix)
- Behind The Sea (Alternate Version)
- Do You Know What I'm Seeing? (Alternate Version)
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Panic at the Disco - Nine In The Afternoon: Wikipedia Album Entry
Nine in the Afternoon is the first single from the second album by Panic at the Disco, Pretty. Odd. It is the band's first song release since losing the exclamation mark at the end of the "Panic" in their name, and was also the first song written for the album. The video was filmed on December 20 and December 21. It was the first song written after the band decided to scrap an entire album of songs they had been planning to release in the autumn of 2007. Panic at the Disco's first performance of "Nine in the Afternoon" was at Virgin Festival 2007. The song has gone under changes in key and lyrics since first being performed.
On January 28, 2008 at 9:00pm, Panic at the Disco released "Nine in the Afternoon" on their MySpace page. Soon after, the band removed from their MySpace page the demo of another song from the new album, "We're So Starving". The following day, Apple added the single for download. As of March, "Nine in the Afternoon" has received moderate radio airplay. It has also been featured in the episode of the NBC television series Heroes titled "Cautionary Tales" and was included in the official television soundtrack album released in early 2008.
The song was covered by The Academy Is..., fellow decaydance band, on Warped Tour 2008.
The song is also a playable song in the music video game Rock Band 2.
The song's title comes from a happening during a practice session. After playing for a while and not knowing what time it was, a member suggested that it was "nine in the afternoon".
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