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9 thoughts on “ MxPx - Pokinatcha (Vinyl, LP, Album) ”

  1. Jul 02,  · Left Coast Live Available July 6th- MxPx sipickreernerblistiqatneramsobanserv.coinfo 2-LP Pokinatcha Punk VINYL! LIVE record recorded July 24/25, at the Observatory in Santa Ana!
  2. Vinyl $ MxPx. Pokinatcha LP (Limited Edition) MORE INFO. Album MxPx. Album $ MxPx. Let It Happen (Deluxe Edition) MORE INFO. Album MxPx. Album $ MxPx. Let It Happen. MORE INFO guitarist Tom Wisniewski and drummer Yuri Ruley – have elected to create another covers album, the s-centric On The Cover II, which comes nearly.
  3. MxPx Self Titled Album limited Color Signed LP Vinyl Record Favourite Auctions To save auctions to your favourites, please login.
  4. MxPx know a thing or a two about longevity and consistency. They’ve been a band for nearly two decades and have released seven full-length albums, a covers collection, four EPs, three compilations and one live album. What’s even more impressive than their prolific nature - or that they were given the key to their home city of Bremerton in - is the fact that they’ve maintained the.
  5. Apr 17,  · View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Red Vinyl release of Pokinatcha on Discogs. Label: Tooth & Nail Records - TNR • Format: 2x, Vinyl LP, Album, Limited Edition Red • Country: US • Genre: Rock • Style: Punk/5(2).
  6. Coming full circle in their illustrious career, MxPx has rejoined forces with Tooth & Nail Records over 10 years since their first release. The explosive new album, “Secret Weapon,” finds the band partnering once again with producer Aaron Sprinkle (Anberlin, Emery, Demon Hunter) who manned the controls on some of the band’s first demos and the first LP "Pokinatcha.".
  7. Pokinatcha, an Album by MxPx. Released 4 October on Tooth & Nail (catalog no. TND; CD). Genres: Skate Punk, Pop Punk.
  8. MxPx's "Triple Shot" is a song, 3-CD set including all the tracks from their first three albums, "Pokinatcha," "Teenage Politics" and "Life In General" for one low price.
  9. like Good Charlotte and Blink became popular, there was MxPx's breakthrough record Pokinatcha. Before Tom became the permanent guitarist, a guy named Randy jammed with Mike and Yuri on a blistering 21 tracks of pure punk craziness. These guys were more open with.

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