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Promo Only Mainstream Radio April 2008

Mainstream Radio April 20081. Love In This Club – Usher f./Young Jeezy
2. Our Song – Taylor Swift
3. Nine In The Afternoon – Panic At The Disco
4. Like You’ll Never See Me Again (Remix) Alicia Keys f./Ludacris
5. Shake It – Metro Station
6. Damaged – Danity Kane
7. There’s Nothin’ – Sean Kingston f./Elan From The D.E.Y. & Juelz Santana
8. With Me – Sum 41
9. Crying Out For Me – Mario

Video: Panic At The Disco – Nine In The Afternoon

Nine in the Afternoon” is the first single from the second album by Panic at the Disco, Pretty. Odd. The video was filmed on December 20 and December 21. It was the first song written after the band decided to scrap an album worth of songs they had been planning on releasing in the fall of 2007. Panic at the Disco’s first performance of “Nine in the Afternoon” was at Virgin Festival 2007.

Panic at the Disco – Nine In The Afternoon (New Single)

Nine In The Afternoon CoverNine in the Afternoon” has been confirmed as the first single from the second Panic at the Disco studio album, Pretty. Odd. The video was filmed on December 20 and December 21. It was the first song written after the band decided to scrap an album worth of songs they had been planning on releasing in the fall of 2007. Panic at the Disco’s first performance of “Nine in the Afternoon” was at Virgin Festival 2007.

According to an ad the concept of the video for the song is “a series of bizarre yet fundamentally recognizable events with the band members”. The video contains “40 extras total and people will be featured as there are different periods, looks, wardrobe and hair changes”. In an MTV interview, it is stated that in the video “there are gratuitous fake mustaches involved and a rather bizarre parade being led by the guys in Panic, who are dressed in what could only be described as ‘Sgt. Pepper’s-meets-ice-fishing’ attire (lots of epaulets and thermal underwear). Each of them also wears a sash printed with the phrase ‘Pretty Odd’.”

The video was directed by Shane Drake, who worked on “I Write Sins Not Tragedies” and “But It’s Better If You Do“. “Nine in the Afternoon” will be released to radio on January 29.

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