Sunday, November 18, 2012

Pennywise: Discography of the Moment


Pennywise is a punk rock band that formed in 1988 in Southern California, specifically Hermosa Beach. They got their name from the monster in the the Stephen King novel, It.

They had the same singer for their entire career up until 2009 when Jim left the band but according to the following article dated October 30, he has returned to the band:

Jim Lindberg Reunites with Pennywise

BAND LINKS:
Official Pennywise site
Pennywise Wikipedia article
Pennywise Facebook page
Pennywise MySpace page
Follow Pennywise on Twitter
Pennywise on Last.fm

DISCOGRAPHY:

A Word From the Wise
Released in 1989 by Theologian Records
Produced by Pennywise
Band lineup:
Jim Lindberg - vocals; Fletcher Dragge - guitars; Jason Thirsk - bass; Byron McMackin - drums.
Tracks: 5
Final Chapters. Covers. Depression. No Way Out. Gone.

Wildcard
Released in 1989 by Theologian Records
Produced by Pennywise
No band lineup changes
Tracks: 3
Wildcard. Maybes. Standy By Me.

Pennywise
Released in 1991 by Epitaph Records
Produced by Pennywise
No band lineup changes
Tracks: 14
Wouldn't It Be Nice. Rules. The Secret. Living For Today. Come Out Fighting. Homeless. Open Door. Pennywise. Who's To Blame. Fun and Games. Kodiak. Side One. No Reason Why. Bro Hymn.

Wildcard/A Word from the Wise
Compilation album released in 1992 by Theologian Records
Produced by Pennywise
No band lineup changes
Tracks: 8
Consists of the EPs A Word from the Wise and Wildcard.
Unknown Road
Released in 1993 by Epitaph
Produced by Joe Peccerillo
No band lineup changes
Tracks: 13
Unknown Road. Homesick. Time to Burn. It's Up to Me. You Can Demand. Nothing. Vices. City is Burning. Dying to Know. Tester. Trying to Conform. Give and Get. Clear Your Head.
About Time
Released in 1995 by Epitaph
Produced by Jerry Finn and Brett Gurewitz
No band lineup changes
Tracks: 12
Peaceful Day. Waste of Time. Perfect People. Every Single Day. Searching. Not Far Away. Freebase. It's What You Do With It. Try. Same Old Story. I Won't Have It. Killing Time.
Same Old Story
Released in 1995 by Out of Step Records in the UK and Epitaph in Germany
Produced by Jerry Finn and Bretty Gurewitz
No band lineup changes
Tracks: 3
Same Old Story. Waste of Time. Homesick.
Society
Released in 1996 by Cortex
Produced by Eddie Ashworth and Pennywise
No band lineup changes
Tracks: 3
Society. Don't Care/Live Fast, Die Young. Fletcher Puking on KROQ.
Full Circle
Released in 1997 by Epitaph
Produced by Pennywise and Eddie Ashworth
Band lineup changes:
Randy Bradbury replaced Jason Thirsk on bass who committed suicide before the album was recorded
Tracks: 14
Fight Till You Die. Date With Destiny. Get a Life. Society. Final Day. Broken. Running Out of Time. You'll Never Make It. Every Time. Nowhere Fast. What If I. Go Away. Did You Really? Bro Hymn Tribute.
Straight Ahead
Released in 1999 by Epitaph
Produced by Darian Rundall and Pennywise
No band lineup changes
Tracks: 18
Greed. My Own Country. Can't Believe It. Victim of Reality. Might Be a Dream. Still Can Be Great. Straight Ahead. My Own Way. One Voice. Alien. Watch Me as I Fall. Just For You. Can't Take Anymore. American Dream. Need More. Never Know. Badge of Pride. Down Under.
Live @ the Key Club
Live album released in 2000 by Epitaph
Produced by Pennywise
No band lineup changes
Tracks: 18
Intro. Wouldn't It Be Nice. Living for Today. Final Chapters. Can't Believe It. Unknown Road. Homesick. No Reason Why. Fight Till You Die. Peaceful Day. Society. Straight Ahead. Pennywise. Perfect People. Minor Threat. Same Old Story. Alien. Bro Hymn.
Land of the Free
Released in 2001 by Epitaph
Produced by Pennywise and Joe Barresi
No band lineup changes.
Tracks: 14
Time Marches On. Land of the Free? The World. Fuck Authority. Something Wrong With Me. Enemy. My God. Twist of Fate. Who's On Your Side. It's Up to You. Set Me Free. Divine Intervention. WTO. Anyone Listening.
From the Ashes
Released in 2003 by Epitaph
Produced by Pennywise and Darian Rundall
No band lineup changes
Tracks: 14
Now I Know. God Save the USA. Something to Change. Waiting. Salvation. Look Who You Are. Falling Down. Holiday in the Sun. This Is Only a Test. Punch Drunk. Rise Up. Rise Up. Yesterdays. Change My Mind. Judgment Day.
The Fuse
Released in 2005 by Epitaph
Produced by Pennywise and Darian Rundall
No band lineup changes.
Tracks: 15
Knocked Down. Yell Out. Competition Song. Take a Look Around. Closer. 6th Avenue Nightmare. The Kids. Fox TV. Stand Up. Dying. Disconnect. Premeditated Murder. Best I Can. 18 Soldiers. Lies. Million Miles.
Reason to Believe
Released in 2008 by MySpace Records/Epitaph
Produced by Cameron Webb
No band lineup changes
Tracks: 17
As Long As We Can. One Reason. Faith and Hope. Something to Live For. All We Need. The Western World. We'll Never Know. Confusion. Nothing to Lose. It's Not Enough to Believe. You Get the Life You Choose. Affliction. Brag Exaggerate and Lie. Die For You. Next in Line. One Nation. Just One More Day.
All Or Nothing
Released in 2012 by Epitaph
Produced by Cameron Webb
Band lineup changes:
Zoli Teglas replaced Jim Lindberg on vocals for this album.
Tracks: 14
All Or Nothing. Waste Another Day. Revolution. Stand Strong. Let Us Hear Your Voice. Seeing Red. Songs of Sorrow. X Generation. We Have It All. Tomorrow. All Along. United. We Are the Fallen. Locked In.

2 comments:

  1. One of my favorite bands! I don't think they can make a bad album!

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