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4.3 out of 5 stars 36 customer reviews

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  • Audio CD (May 6 2003)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Tooth & Nail Records
  • ASIN: B000003ZDI
  • Other Editions: Audio Cassette  |  LP Record
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars 36 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #39,473 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)
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1. Anywhere But Here
2. Weak
3. Wantad
4. Realize
5. Think Twice
6. Unopposed
7. The Aspect
8. Ears To Hear
9. Bad Hair Day
10. Too Much Thinking
11. Pxpx
12. Time Brings Change
13. Jars Of Clay
14. High Standards
15. Another Song About T.V.
16. Twisted Words
17. Walking Bye
18. No Room
19. Jay Jay's Song
20. One Way Window
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Format: Audio CD
Firt of all, this is a really good cd considering that they are still in high school. The lyrics are amazingly mature, but your parents won't belive it because of how it sounds. Half the cd has good catchy songs, while the other half is just pure punk. This is one of those cd's that you will love it and your parents will hate it. The cd starts out with 2 straight up punks songs, then the 3rd song called "want ad" is very catchy and memerable.From there on every song is pure punk or catchy{pop}punk.If you want to get into MxPx(Magnified Plaid} and if you are a teenager, I high recommend this cd. If you are in your 20's or higher I recommend slowly going the way of the buffalo. If you don't like the punk sound of MxPx I recommend The Ever Passing Moment or Before Everything and After. If you just want a taste of what MxPx sounds like get 10 years and running. Regardless what your taste in music is, MxPx is for everyone. Good catchy songs with good clean lyrics that alot of people can relate to. The bottom line is if you like punk music like 7 seconds, get it. If you like music more like Green Day, skip it.
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This album is outstanding, This is not the ever passing moment although lots of people liked that album this may be a side of mxpx you haven't heard Part of this is because they had a different guitarist and although hes not better or worse than tom his style is just diferent. This is raw old school punk its hard but if you listen the melodies shine through and it sounds amazing. I would defantly recomend this album to any fan of punk no what kind of punk they're into. I would say this album is the best they have and the only one that comes close is let it happen and although their sounds are different I like the sound of let it happen more because they guitars arn't as thick sounding with alot of bass, its distorted but not as thick sounding which was the only thing on this album that got just a little annoying to me. The fact that the guitar all sounds the same throughout the album, but it was such a minor detail i didn't take off any. This album is not only good for them being 17 and juniors in high school its a Great punk album period.
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This cd is MxPx's very first album, and it is very impressive when putting that into consideration. It is very raw, full of energy, and of course its very fast.
"Weak" is one of my all-time favorite MxPx songs, along with "Anywhere But Here". Other highlights on the album include "Think Twice", "PXPX", and "Time Brings Change".
There is one problem that I have with this cd. It is very repetitive. The first half of the album is AWESOME and a ton of fun to listen to, but by the the last half of the album the sound starts getting old. Yuri has practically the same drumbeat throughout the entire record (with the exception of "Bad Hair Day") and by the end of the record, you are dying to hear newer MxPx that is a little more under control and mature. Teenage Politics, the sophomore album, is an album with just as much energy but it is a much better improvement.
If BE&A was your first MxPx cd, then don't get Pokinatcha next. Get either Life In General or Slowly Going The Way Of The Buffalo. Also - the lyrics are blatantly Christian on this album, so if you're bothered by too much "preaching" then you may not like this. But if you have most of MxPx's cds already or you really like their faster punkier stuff, then go get this.
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That's right. You read my review title correctly! This is HARDCORE PUNK. I know it is very hard to believe by MxPx's newer work but back in the day they were HARDCORE PUNK. Anybody that thinks this is pop/punk like their newer albums is an idiot. I got this HARDCORE PUNK album as a christmas present. However, if I had bought it myself I would probably be hitting myself over the head right now. However, since I didn't pay for it I can truly enjoy it. This is NOT a raw album by the way. Many people call this raw however it isn't. The only reason people call this raw is because of the extremely low recording quality. That's not rawness. Rawness is a specific edge on the guitar notes that I can't explain.
Like another reviewer said: "The christen lyrics are quite annoying for an atheist". I'm with her/him. I am an atheist and they are quite annoying. Especially when they are singing about blind atheists in the song "Ears to Ear". Every time I listen to that I song I always pop in the Pennywise song "My God" and listen to Pennywise singing about blind Christens. Even when they stray away from the Christen topic and sing mainly about something else in "Want Ad" the lyrics are still kinda strange. In that song they are singing about the singer's dream girl. Sounds normal so far right? Well it then goes on to say she doesn't exist, despite this he says he is in love with her and she is the only one for him. Well if this made up perfect girl is the only one for him then I don't he will be getting a girlfriend any time soon. And probably will stay single all his life.
Overall, this is a decent hardcore album. However, if you want hardcore at it's best pick up Agnostic Front's "Dead Yuppies" or any Vision album. Peace.
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