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Panic! At The Disco To Appear On Greatest Showman Covers Album

A match made in heaven.

In awesome but not-at-all surprising news, Panic! At The Disco are set to feature on an upcoming covers album of The Greatest Showman.

The release – which will be out on November 16 – will see Brendon Urie tackling the musical’s opening number, The Greatest Show.

Brendon tells Variety: “Benj Pasek and Justin Paul are phenomenal writers. They sent that song over and said, ‘We think you should sing this.’ And I heard it and I was like, ‘This sounds like a Panic! song. You guys did a Panic! song better than I’ve ever done a Panic! song. So I would love to.’… I tried it, and then for whatever reason – labels, management, I’m not sure why – I got cut out of the process and it seemed like it wasn’t going to happen. But finally I hooked back up with them and we got a demo version recorded and they mixed it and are putting it out. It’s awesome.”

The full tracklisting is below:

1. The Greatest Show – Panic! At The Disco
2. A Million Dreams – Pink
3. A Million Dreams (Reprise) – Willow Sage Hart
4. Come Alive – Years & Years and Jess Glynne
5. The Other Side – MAX and Ty Dolla $ign
6. Never Enough – Kelly Clarkson
7.This Is Me (The Reimagined Remix) –Keala Settle, Kesha and Missy Elliott
8. Rewrite The Stars – James Arthur and Anne-Marie
9. Tightrope – Sara Bareilles
10. From Now On – Zac Brown Band

Bonus tracks:

1. The Greatest Show – Pentatonix
2. Come Alive – Craig David
3. This Is Me – Kesha
4. Rewrite The Stars (Acoustic) – Zendaya

Of course, this little nugget of news was revealed very recently, too…

Brendon Urie photo: Andy Ford

Posted on October 9th 2018, 2:37pm
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