Life In General
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|3. Do Your Feet Hurt|
|4. Sometimes You Have To Ask Yourself|
|5. The Wonder Years|
|6. Move To Bremerton|
|7. New York To Nowhere|
|9. Your Problem My Emergency|
|10. Chick Magnet|
|11. Today Is In My Way|
|12. Sorry So Sorry|
|13. Doing Time|
|14. Correct Me If I'm Wrong|
|16. Destroyed By You|
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Top Customer Reviews
Once MXPX retires, this album will be looked at as the climax of their musical evolution. In my mind, "Move to Bremerton," "Middlename" and "Chick Magnet" are their signature songs. Also- "Doing Time" "Today is in my way" and "Cristalena" are very underrated. No other MXPX album can boast this many stick-in-your-head tunes. "Slowly Going.." comes close but falls short of the masterpeice that is "Life in General." If you are new to MXPX and are looking for an album to start your collection, this is it.
1. middlename: 10/10, what a perfect way to begin a cd. the lyrics and the guitar are just perfect.
2. my mom still cleans my room: 10/10, i love the drums in this song, and the title is very cool too.
3. do your feet hurt: 10/10, this was the first mxpx song that i fell in love with. the lyrics are awesome, yuri goes crazy on the drums, and the guitar is very catchy.
4. sometimes you have to ask yourself: 9/10, i love the lyrics of this song. i also love the way that yuri switches up the drum beat several times during the course of the song. its a little short, but its still great. i actually like the live version a little better.
5. the wonder years: 8/10, the original name of this song was life in general. i like this song alot, but nothing really in particular sticks out. it blends in very well with the rest of the album.
6. move to bremerton: 10/10, this song is a masterpiece in itself. there is not one flaw in this song. its one of those songs that just leaves you in awe.
7. new york to nowhere: 7/10, there's nothing particularly wrong with this song its just that nothing stands out. by itself, this song would probably get a nine.
8. andrea: 10/10, wow!! this song totally rocks!! i want to marry a girl named andrea... or delores or cristalena.
9. your problem my emergency: 7/10, the lyrics in this song are very cool but nothing else stands out incredibly.
10. chick magnet: 10/10, this might be mxpx's most popular song ever. its not my all-time fav, but that doesnt mean its not good enough for 10 stars!Read more ›
It's certainly worth your money, so go nuts, its an AWESOME buy...
Most recent customer reviews
Life In General, MxPx's most famous album, the album they're known for, the album that gave them big-time fame. One of the most known albums in punk rock history. Read morePublished on April 1 2004 by thejmyster
If you like bands like Blink 182, and New Found Glory, you'll love this CD. This is MxPx at their best. Read morePublished on July 12 2003 by Mike
I own 9 MXPX CDs and have to agree with most of the reviewers that say it's their best. I love "Slowly Going the Way of the Buffalo," and "Let it Happen" - well, ok, I love them... Read morePublished on April 11 2003 by Jason A. Nowak
Mxpx has come along way since signing their first record deal when they were juniors in highschool. This album shows their growth. Read morePublished on Oct. 29 2002 by Gabe Ronquillo
This ablum was Mxpx's third full length album and the ablum where they really hit their stride. It has some of their catchiest songs and is consistenly good the whole way through. Read morePublished on Sept. 28 2002
This is better than TP, but it's really overated. This is one of my favorite punk bands, but this is another one of their Cds that you can tell T&N were pressuring them to... Read morePublished on June 8 2002 by MxPxfan
'Life in General' is not only a really good cd worth buying, but is possibly one of the best cds of the late 90s. Read morePublished on Jan. 12 2002
Never has an album held my attentiona as long as this album has. The lyrics are honest, political, and at times sweet. Read morePublished on Oct. 11 2001 by James O'Connell