A fusion of glam pop, synth pop, and electro pop flairs, Fight!
Fight! Fight! from The History Of Panic has the club attraction
like the sonic clusters of David Guetta and Shiny Toy Guns.
Vocal overdubs give the tracks an echoing effect adding female vocals
on harmony at times. Fight! Fight! Fight! is a coalescencing
of The History Of Panic's musical influences, reflecting a lifestyle
that adheres to a code of escapism through dance tracks. It's pure
club music all the way through.
Electro pop lasers crisscross and flare through "Anthem For
Panic" while "The Chase" is filled by synth pop flickers
and an ambling rhythm. Club-laden beats and laser-like synths give
the music a chic glam pop finish reminiscent of Inner Party System.
The club beats pumping through "DRBY" and "Out Of Control"
are cosseted in glam pop glitter and draw out pulsating synths along
"Own Up," shingled in thumping dance beats. The electro
pop varnish of "Love's Disaster" is creased in dance grooves
changing into bubbling beats along "The Siege" and dotted
synth effects streaming through "Fight Song." The tracks
are showered with an electro pop finish that's club-oriented.
Fight! Fight! Fight! shows factions of the band's predecessors
while putting some of their own individuality into the tracks. The
songs are processed to attract club crowds and revel in the escapism
that dance tracks offer.
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