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Slowly Going The Way Of The Buffalo


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Product Details

  • Audio CD (June 23 1998)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Universal Music Group
  • ASIN: B000007QDM
  • Other Editions: Audio Cassette  |  LP Record
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (151 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #48,733 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. Under Lock And Key
2. Tomorrow's Another Day
3. The Final Slowdance
4. I'm OK, You're OK
5. Cold And All Alone
6. Party, My House, Be There
7. The Downfall Of Western Civilization
8. Invitation To Understanding
9. Fist Vs. Tact
10. What's Mine Is Yours
11. Self Serving With A Purpose
12. For Always
13. Set The Record Straight
14. Get With It!
15. Inches From Life
16. The Theme Fiasco

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By A Customer on April 28 2004
Format: Audio CD
This CD is awesome!!! I was slightly dissapointed becuz ppl said that this was the best one they ever made. I kinda like Ten years and BE&A better. I'm sorry to say there new stuff is cooler. But only becuz the old stuff is a lil' repetitive. I still love it though!!! MXPX ROX!!!! Peace!
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From the opening blast of "Under Lock and Key" to the final riff of the Theme Fiasco, MxPx delivers the best melodic punk rock I've heard. The songs are so catchy and meaningful you cant even help it but to fall in love. No, you do not have to be a Christian to enjoy MxPx, especially with this album. Some say that "Fist v. Tact" isnt a good song, personally I think it rocks, they're just mad cause they cant figure out the words. Anyway this is a must buy or burn or whatever you like just get it, NOW!
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Another great MxPx album, Slowing Going the Way of the Buffalo contains a promising, matured sound that 'Px fans are sure to enjoy. Best tracks are: "Under Lock and Key", "Tomorrow is Another Day", "I'm OK, You're OK" and there is much more.
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Mxpx has always been a fav. of mine alongside NoFx .. This band is very creative in what they do and live they are also great from what ive been told ..
p.s : ignore teenieboppers and their ''this aint punk etc.'' and ignore those wannabe posers who were never born in the 70's but pretend to be .. the true poser is the one pretending to be from another generation , truely pathetic ..
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By David Elliott on Nov. 18 2003
Format: Audio CD
here's the way to go - if you already think the band is killer, or if you are into punk music with less clean cut voices and more sketchy voices, or if you have a thing for good guitars, vocals and lyrics, then buy this cd. not true punk, close... but not - no matter what anyone wants to say. songs sound the same on the first run thru the disc, but thats the same with every cd. maybe if you've never heard this type of music before it will all blend, otherwise there are good variations. if you still aren't sold on it - it's just a catchy sound... bass guitar, electric guitar, drums, and a calm yelling from herrara for the vocals... pretty sick.
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By "taylor_sick" on Oct. 19 2003
Format: Audio CD
this CD is probably my favorite from MxPx. each song is catchy and i found myself singing along before the end of the first listen through! some songs sound the same and are hard to differentiate them, but they make up for those with songs like "Fist vs Tact" and "Theme Fiasco," the latter which sounds like a totally different band. i'm not a christian at all, but this CD didn't seem to have god-drenched lyrics like other christian bands sometimes do. nothing new or mind-blowing here: this is good, catchy pop-punk, simple as that.
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By PxPx on July 5 2003
Format: Audio CD
This is one of the best albums they have made but not a whole lot of people give it the credit it deserves. Fist vs. Tact is such an awesome song, I love when they do "hard core" stuff. The Theme Fiasco is another one that just totally ROCKS. I love their "normal sound", but they do hardcore stuff real well too. I would recommend this one for anyone who is reading this or doesnt have it in their MxPx library yet. And it doesnt sound similar to Teenage Politics.
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Format: Audio CD
You naysayers, are the true posers. The wannabe do gooders that just starts hating on anything that looks intimidating because you believe in "your" way as the absloute only right way while everyone else is either being too stuck up with their music preference. There's a lot of people floating around the internet with this kind of mentality and it's these kind of people that put their foots in their mouths and don't want to admit it. Morons. This is a true punk CD.
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