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PANIC! AT THE DISCO POSTS NEW SONG ONLINE

Panic! At The Disco has posted a rough version of a new song called "We're So Starving" at its MySpace page, according to Absolute Punk. The track is likely to appear on the second album from the Las Vegas-based pop-rock outfit, which is tentatively due out in March. A message from the band said in part, "Over the next five days we will finish in the studio at home and make our way to Abbey Road Studios in London (which truly is a dream come true for us). There, we will record all of the strings, horns, whatchyamacallit's, and so on. Then, we will mix the record at Abbey Road as well. But before we do all that, we wanted to give you something for all of your patience over the last year...This is not the final mix or version of the song, and it will undergo some change while we're in London, but we wanted to show you something from what we've done so far. Hope you enjoy."

Panic! At The Disco shot a new video just before the holidays in Los Angeles for the song "Nine In The Afternoon," which is likely to be the first single from the yet-to-be-titled new album.

The new disc will follow up the band's 2006 double platinum debut, A Fever You Can't Sweat Out.

The band has been conducting a game with fans at its official web site, which currently displays a transparent puzzle. Some of the puzzle pieces play clips of music, while another links to the band's MySpace page.

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