Slowly Going The Way Of The Buffalo Review

artist: MxPx date: 04/01/2006 category: compact discs
MxPx: Slowly Going The Way Of The Buffalo
Release Date: Feb 1998
Label: A&M
Genres: Christian Punk, CCM, Alternative Pop/Rock, Punk-Pop, Alternative CCM
Number Of Tracks: 16
MxPx made the leap to the major leagues in 1998 with Slowly Going The Way Of The Buffalo, their first album for A&M Records.
 Sound: 10
 Lyrics: 10
 Overall Impression: 10
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overall: 10
Slowly Going The Way Of The Buffalo Reviewed by: Alex101, on april 01, 2006
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Sound: This is totally a great MxPx album ever. This album, Teenage Politics and Life In General are one of MxPx's highly recommended albums. Guitar riffs by Tom Wisniewski are kind of similar to '80s guitar players like Sonic Youth's Thurston Moore, The Replacements' Bob Stinson and The Clash's Joe Strummer. // 10

Lyrics: The lyrics on this album are OK. Mike Herrera's lyrics on this album can be based on being happy, having fun and partying. The singer somtimes writes songs about a woman he would want to fall in love with. If you never heard of MxPx you will enjoy them if you like The Offspring, Green Day, Blink 182, Weezer or anything that's popular. // 10

Overall Impression: Album sounds good. The recommended songs off this album are "Tomorrow's Another Day," "I'm OK, You're OK" and "Party, My House, Be There." Again, in case you've never heard of MxPx or don't regonzie the band, you should get this album, Pokinatcha, Teenage Politics, The Ever Passing Moment and their new album Panic. // 10

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