Nine in the Afternoon

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"Nine in the Afternoon"
Single by Panic at the Disco
from the album Pretty. Odd.
B-side "Pas de Cheval"
Released CanadaUnited States January 29, 2008 (digital)
Australia March 8, 2008 (CD)
United Kingdom March 17, 2008 (CD/7")
Format 7", digital download, CD single
Recorded 2007
Genre Baroque pop, pop rock
Length

3:13 (album version)
2:32 (radio mix),

3:11 (single version)
Label Fueled by Ramen
Decaydance
Writer(s) Panic at the Disco
Producer Rob Mathes
Certification Gold (RIAA)
Panic at the Disco singles chronology
"Build God, Then We'll Talk"
(2007)
"Nine in the Afternoon"
(2008)
"Mad as Rabbits"
(2008)

"Nine in the Afternoon" is the first single from the second album by Panic at the Disco, Pretty. Odd. The music video was filmed on December 20 and December 21.[1] It was the first song written after the band decided to erase several worth of an album they had been planning on releasing in the fall of 2007. Panic at the Disco's first performance of "Nine in the Afternoon" was at Virgin Festival 2007.

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