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Panic at the Disco: The Ballad of Mona Lisa (2011)

Pop-punk band Panic! At The Disco' music video for their 2011 single "The Ballad Of Mona Lisa".
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Pop-punk band Panic! At The Disco' music video for their 2011 single "The Ballad Of Mona Lisa".

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29 March 2016 | by (Sweden) – See all my reviews

A homage or similar to Shakespears sisters - Stay - it's noticeable through promoting the eye shots even with an incomplete fit of sound/video. It's done with a steampunk costume/backdrop and some Dexter mixed in. Overall a smart way to go as most won't probably recall or have heard of the mentioned hit.

Overall the video is too messy for my taste - if the song had been half a minute longer the story told could have been more clearly visually explained. It is cleanly done. regarding the music I do not have much to say as that is down more to taste in my book.

First review I've done of a music video, not counting on doing more but saw this and thought someone might enjoy the tidbit of information I could ad.


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