Cricket & Clover (The Cabin Album)
Released Cancelled; intended for 2007
Recorded March - July 2007, in a Cabin in the Mountains of Nevada
Length Unknown
Producer Rob Mathes
Genre Alternative

Cricket & Clover (also known as The Cabin Album) was a scrapped album in between A Fever You Can't Sweat Out, and Pretty. Odd. 


After touring Fever, Panic! went back to work to start writing another album. In February 2007, Guitarist Ryan Ross started writing new lyrics for the band's 2nd album which would begin heavy production in March 2007, they recorded the album in a rented cabin in the mountains in Nevada. The band started to go a little crazy being separated from everyone else and they didn't seem to get any real work done.

The concept of this album was a little different. Instead of just a set of songs, Panic! decided to turn their second album into a story and each song led into the next song. "The lyrics weren't [written] as a band."  Ex bassist Jon Walker said. "We were writing the lyrics, putting them to a piano and trying to figure out what to do from there." The whole idea for this album soon started to collapse before their eyes. After returning, they decided to go to the practice space that they used to practice for their first headliner tour. From there, they decided to start the writing process over and work on new songs, thus scratching the whole Cricket & Clover album, leading to the creation of Pretty. Odd. (2008)
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Lyrics written by ex guitarist, Ryan Ross, for Cricket & Clover.

Songs / tracks

Many songs were written for the cabin album, but none of them ever reached the surface for anyone to actually download and grab a hold of.

There were a total of 7 songs that are known to have been written for Cricket & Clover which was mentioned in a Kerrang! Magazine.

(Note:A YouTube link about the lost album is here: The Mystery of Panic! at the Disco's Cricket and Clover (The Cabin Album, Unreleased 2007)

(Note:Technically, the song Nearly Witches was written after they had come down from the mountains according to the drummer, Spencer, but it still counts as one of the Cabin songs.)


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