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Jason Tate 03/06/12 03:01 PM

MxPx's New Album on Vinyl
 
MxPx's Plans Within Plans is up for pre-order on vinyl.

satanisanerd 03/06/12 03:25 PM

Or you can just pre-order it from the band here
http://www.mxpx.com

thecobrakais 03/06/12 03:42 PM

you can also sample the album on amazon.

http://www.amazon.com/Plans-Within/d...73745&sr=301-1

heartsdivided 03/06/12 03:57 PM

album is so fast and melodic. I think people are gonna love it.

RockVocalPower 03/06/12 03:59 PM

Their best since Ever Passing Moment, probably.

delvec19 03/06/12 04:01 PM

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Originally Posted by RockVocalPower (Post 104257992)
Their best since Ever Passing Moment, probably.

That album sucked IMO.

boomer08 03/06/12 04:29 PM

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Originally Posted by delvec19 (Post 104258132)
That album sucked IMO.

Yeah I think it was the worst of the 6 since Teenage Politics. I think the last 3 were their best.

AP_Punk 03/06/12 06:03 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by delvec19 (Post 104258132)
That album sucked IMO.

would take that over before everything and after, anytime.

anyway, i'm stoked for this.

boomer08 03/06/12 06:37 PM

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Originally Posted by AP_Punk (Post 104265622)
would take that over before everything and after, anytime.

anyway, i'm stoked for this.

No way. BEAA is their best by a mile

UK1phan 03/06/12 07:25 PM

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Originally Posted by RockVocalPower (Post 104257992)
Their best since Ever Passing Moment, probably.

The Ever Passing Moment was easily my favorite. I liked the pop sensibilities mixed with melodic punk, but it also has sentimental value. If this is in that same vein, I would not be disappointed at all.

RockVocalPower 03/06/12 07:31 PM

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Originally Posted by UK1phan (Post 104271502)
The Ever Passing Moment was easily my favorite. I liked the pop sensibilities mixed with melodic punk, but it also has sentimental value. If this is in that same vein, I would not be disappointed at all.

It honestly sounds nothing like The Ever Passing Moment. It's got a real Life in General/Buffalo feel to it.

Chrispy Nuggetz 03/06/12 08:33 PM

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Originally Posted by RockVocalPower (Post 104271872)
It honestly sounds nothing like The Ever Passing Moment. It's got a real Life in General/Buffalo feel to it.

Sorry man, I've got to whole heartedly disagree with you. I think this has hints of every album since Life in General, but it absolutely screams Everpassing Moment to me. A good BEAA influence too, minus BEAA's lame songs.

I've heard it probably 20 times through and stand by this observation. Any track specific questions/disagreements I'd love to hear.

Honestly a lot of it is production quality. The production has been upped on all albums after SGTWOTB, in my opinion which is why it's hard to compare the specific sound to earlier albums.

Chrispy Nuggetz 03/06/12 08:34 PM

And sorry but saying BEAA was their best "by a mile" is simply wrong.

ThaRealNC 03/06/12 09:11 PM

The Everpassing Moment was my favorite as well.

I haven't heard the new record, but what I think is so awesome is how everyone has a different favorite album of theirs. It never seems like there's one universally panned MxPx album. I know Life in General gets a big vote as overall favorite most of the time, but it seems like there's lots of good things to say about each of their records and each one appealed to a different group of listeners while still maintaining the core listening base. Years later, their albums still hold up well and are extremely listenable. All of that is a sign of a REALLY great band in my opinion.

Sam DeBurns Red 03/06/12 09:17 PM

Never had and never will have anything but mad respect for these dudes.