Friday, January 09, 2009

MxPx: DOTM and Essentials

This post is a combination of a discography of the moment and a list of "Essential" MxPx songs.  

MxPx is a pop punk band from Bremerton, Washington. The band was formed when the members were only 15 years old in 1992 and were signed to the Tooth & Nail label the next year.

You can read more about them at Wiki or at their Official website.

Enjoy!

DOTM

Pokinatcha
Released in October 1994 by Tooth & Nail.
Recorded at Avast in Seattle, WA.
Produced by Aaron Sprinkle.
Band lineup:
Mike Herrera - bass/vocals; Andy Husted - guitar; Yuri Ruley - drums.
Tracks: 21

Teenage Politics
Released in July 1995 by Tooth & Nail.
Recorded at Avast.
Produced by Bob Moon and MxPx.
Lineup changes:
Andy Husted was replaced by Tom Wisniewski.
Tracks: 19

On the Cover
Released in November 1995 by Tooth & Nail.
Recorded at Avast.
Produced by Bob Moon and MxPx.
No lineup changes.
Tracks: 8

Life in General
Released in November 1996 by Tooth & Nail.
Recorded at West Beach Studios in Hollywood, CA.
Produced by Steve Kravac.
No lineup changes.
Tracks: 17

Slowly Going the Way of the Buffalo
Released in June 1998 by A&M
Recorded at Robert Lang Studios in Seattle, WA.
Produced by Steve Kravac.
No lineup changes.
Tracks: 16

Let It Happen
Released in November 1998 by Tooth & Nail.
Consists of material recorded prior to signing to A&M released as B-sides.
Produced by Steve Kravac and Bob Moon.
Tracks: 32

At the Show
Live album released in July 1999 by Tooth & Nail.
Produced by Stephen Egerton and Bill Stevenson.
No lineup changes.
Tracks: 23

The Ever Passing Moment
Released in May 2000 by A&M.
Produced by Jerry Finn.
No lineup changes. Guest guitar done by Stephen Egerton.
Tracks: 15

The Renaissance
Released in May 2001 by Fat Wreck Chords.
Produced by Yuri Ruley and Tom Wisniewski.
Tracks: 9

Ten Years and Running
Compilation album released in May 2002 by Tooth & Nail.
Tracks: 19

Before Everything & After
Released in September 2003 by A&M.
Produced by Ron Fair and Dave Jerden.
No lineup changes.
Tracks: 17

Panic
Released in June 2005 by Side One Dummy Records.
Produced by Stephen Egerton and Gavin MacKillop.
No lineup changes.
Tracks: 14

Let's Rock
Compilation album released in November 2006 by Side One Dummy.
Tracks: 12

Secret Weapon
Released in July 2007 by Tooth & Nail.
Produced by Aaron Sprinkle.
No lineup changes.
Tracks: 16

ESSENTIALS

  1. Chick Magnet (Life in General)
  2. Cold Streets (Panic)
  3. Don't Walk Away (Before Everything & After)
  4. Everything Sucks (Before Everything & After)
  5. Heard the Sound (Panic)
  6. Late Again (Panic)
  7. Move to Bremerton (Life in General)
  8. My Life Story (The Ever Passing Moment)
  9. Oh Donna (Let it Happen)
  10. On the Outs (Before Everything & After)
  11. Play It Loud (Before Everything & After)
  12. Secret Weapon (Secret Weapon)
  13. Shut it Down (Secret Weapon)
  14. Sick Boy (Let it Happen)
  15. Summer of '69 (On the Cover)
  16. Take On Me (On the Cover)
  17. The Capitol (Before Everything & After)
  18. The Darkest Places (Panic)
  19. The KKK Took My Baby Away (At the Show)
  20. The Story (Panic)
  21. Top of the Charts (Secret Weapon)
  22. Well Adjusted (Before Everything & After)
  23. Wrecking Hotel Rooms (Panic)
  24. You Make Me, Me (Before Everything & After)
  25. You're Not Alone (Before Everything & After)

2 comments:

  1. Did you seriously just make an essential list and include NOTHING off of Slowly Going the Way of the Buffalo?????!??! Many fans consider that their best! Although I'll admit I didn't like any of it...Theme Fiasco is pretty cool though...

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  2. You are correct sir. I am not a big fan of that particular album.

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