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MXPX

Panic

Side One Dummy 1269

Released on June 7, 2005


$10.25

After an even dozen years together as a band, the last nine as a touring and recording group, groundbreaking Pacific Northwest DIY skater punks MxPx are back with "Panic" their seventh full-length album and first full-length release on Side One Dummy Records.

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Average Customer Rating: 4 with 10 reviews (See Below)
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Song Titles
# Song Name Popularity
1 The Darkest Places Voted #2  19%
2 Young And Depressed  9%
3 Heard That Sound Voted #1  20%
4 Cold Streets  3%
5 The Story Voted #3  13%
6 Wrecking Hotel Rooms  10%
7 Late Again  5%
8 Kicking And Screaming  1%
9 Grey Skies Turn Blue  5%
10 Emotional Anarchist  3%
11 Call In Sick  5%
12 Get Me Out  3%
13 Waiting For The World To End  4%
14 This Weekend  2%
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Jeff from Greeley, CO 
Feb 3 2007 Rating: 3/5 Stars

This CD is alright. It has some decent songs and Mike sings really well. I could really only get into a couple of the songs. I don't know why. It's no "Buffalo", but it's a lot better than the last two albums.

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Mark from Apo Ae,  
Jun 19 2006 Rating: 5/5 Stars

this is a great album mxpx has come along way and you can tell on this record it is a very mature sound love it they have yet again made a believer out of me great stuff!

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Michael from Southington, CT 
May 26 2006 Rating: 4/5 Stars

4.5, this may be better than Life in General but with a totally different sound. I love how each album shows what the band has grown into as time marches on. They can be really poppy and kinda corny or they can be slightly hard-edged and dead on with personal lyrics. This whole album is dead on. Thankfully side one dummy is around to re-invigorate bands such as mxpx, 7 seconds, and kill your idols....hell they even had the casualties putout a great album and their lyrics are usually bunk.

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Drew from San Angelo, TX 
May 19 2006 Rating: 5/5 Stars

Its almost been a year since this was released and it is amazing. Obviously, if you are already a fan of MxPx then this is a must have, along with every other release that they have put out. Don't expect this to be a Before Everything and After sequel because its way better than that. There are more than just 2 fast punk songs on this record as opposed to Before Everything and After. This is really catchy and lyrical topics range from depression,growing up (although they are all close to their 30's by now), and things getting better. There aren't as many love songs about Mike singing about how he wants to fall in love. Mark Hoppus of Blink-182 fame sings background vocals on Wrecking Hotel Rooms, which is a plus. This is their first full-length CD on SideOneDummy Records which is where they belong. No more major label A&M for these dudes. Comes with a decent booklet complete with typed lyrics for all 14 songs. Also, since I pre-ordered the CD I got a free poster.

To recap: Buy it, its amazing!!

Go see MxPx live too, they destroy!

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Eric from Salinas, CA 
Dec 16 2005 Rating: 3/5 Stars

I like MxPx. Or at least I did, and I still want to. I don't know what it is about them, but I just get tired of them really fast. It's not that the songs aren't good, it's just that they all sort of start to sound to similar for my taste after about 12 years, or so.

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Jakob from Kalundborg, Denmark 
Dec 10 2005 Rating: 4/5 Stars

Great cd. I've been listening to the acoustic version of "Grey skies turn blue" for a while, but the original version is SO DAMN NICE! Cool cd.

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Peter from Bellingham, MA 
Oct 9 2005 Rating: 3/5 Stars

Its MXPX, simple, fun, poppy punk rock. This album is far more toward the punk said than their last one but it doesnt sound like they spent all that long writing and polishing the tunes on it, Its not a bad CD, but its not a great CD either.... Ho-Hum

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Guy from Carmel, NY 
Jul 10 2005 Rating: 5/5 Stars

YES! They are back! This album is what MxPx is all about, great songs, great lyrics and an album you can listen to over and over again. After their last album in which the band seemed to try and take their shot at finally breaking out and making it big, this album is a throwback to their "The Ever Passing Moment" style but with the maturation you would expect after 5 years. All the songs are at the very least solid. This album "rocks" more than any of their others too. But if you are a long time MxPx fan and aren't one of those people who can't seem to accept bands grow and mature, you will love this album. For those of you not familiar with them, this is still a great album to get started with. If you are new to MxPx you Also must get the albums "The Ever Passing Moment" and what I think is the album that should have boosted them into the spotlight a long time ago back in 1998, "Slowly Going the Way of the Buffalo". Pick those up then work backwards from there. They are also a great live band so picking up their live album is a good idea too. They are on Warped Tour this year, but more importantly they are touring this late summer/spring after the warped tour. They are a must see band and this is a must have album.

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Paul from Wellington, New Zealand 
Jul 8 2005 Rating: 4/5 Stars

This is the MXPX album i've been waiting for. Their Best release since Slowly going the way...

The album is solid punk rock the way they used to do it. There are a few weak tracks in the middle but in general it is a really good release and I would recommend it to any fan of their earlky material.

This CD wont leave the player for a while.

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Valerie from Columbia Station, OH 
Jun 18 2005 Rating: 5/5 Stars

MXPX is back!! They stick with the punk rock that we love so much about them, and put out a cd that refuses to seperate itself from my cd player. This is the most worthwhile cd I've bought since 'Slowly Going the way of the Buffalo'! Six words: buy it buy it buy it!!

 
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