Panic! At The Disco cover "How Soon Is Now?" in Boston (May 22)

Panic! At The Disco covered The Smiths "How Soon Is Now?" last night (May 22) at The House of Blues in Boston saying that The Smiths are their favorite band, good cover version.
 
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!Viva Hate!

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Why does anyone even know this?
 
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Hal Jordan

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How Soon is Now? = Great Song

Panic! at the disco = Mediocre Band
 

Georgissey

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Where is the link so that everyone can soil themselves in rage over how terrible it is?

Don't tell anybody, but I don't even really care to hear HSIN at a Morrissey show in the future. It's been done, and is a bit long for placement in a 75 minute setlist. :sleeping:
 

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pls scream inside your heart ⚧
Where is the link so that everyone can soil themselves in rage over how terrible it is?

Don't tell anybody, but I don't even really care to hear HSIN at a Morrissey show in the future. It's been done, and is a bit long for placement in a 75 minute setlist. :sleeping:

 
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Emotional Guide Dog

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Tatu have got alot to answer for.

Their producers managed to find a guitar effect that could passably replicate the guitar from How Soon Is Now & now everyone can have a go. Including Morrissey himself.
 
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Anonymous

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everyone who says this sucks, has never picked up an instrument in their life. the cottage cheese under their arms and between their toes continues to multiply. it's not a bad cover, quit being so pathetically jealous and have your teeth fixed
 
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Anonymous

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There is quite a lot of irony in naming your band after a song that has lyrics against making songs that provide absolutely no input to social commentary and... well... making songs that provide absolutely no input to social commentary...

The band is terrible.
 

!Viva Hate!

pls scream inside your heart ⚧
There is quite a lot of irony in naming your band after a song that has lyrics against making songs that provide absolutely no input to social commentary and... well... making songs that provide absolutely no input to social commentary...

The band is terrible.

They didn't take their name from the song "Panic".
 

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