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Last week, fans were shocked when news broke that Panic!at the Disco were parting ways with guitarist Ryan Ross and bassist Jon Walker, who left the band to "embark on a musical excursion of their own." But according to Ross, the split had been in the cards for sometime now. "It's been a little while, a few months since we started thinking that this might be the best thing to do," Ross told MTV News late Monday (July 13).And we kind of realized we needed to get over not speaking and figure out what was actually going on.So we all sat down and pretty much came to the conclusion that the best thing for everyone was to do what we did." Ross said the split was largely due to creative differences between him and Panic! Seems Urie wanted the band to explore a more polished pop sound (like the demo they posted on their Web site last week), while Ross — and, by extension, Walker — was interested in making retro-inspired rock."That was probably the worst part, at least for us, knowing people were going to be upset," he said. It seems like, because those guys are sticking with the name, that it looked like it's mine and Jon's fault.I think a lot of people blamed us for quitting or ruining the band, and that part didn't really seem fair, because it wasn't the case. Musically, it got to a roadblock, and we were going one way and they were going the other.
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Brendon Boyd Urie is an American singer and musician best known as the lead vocalist of the group ‘Panic!
At the Disco.’ He is the only original member remaining in the band even years after its formation.
I'll have to talk to him, but obviously from what's happening online, I think he's ... I don't know if they're working together on their stuff.
I'm not really sure, but it's been awhile since we've spoken. It's kind of weird." At press time, Wentz hadn't responded to MTV News' request for comment.