MxPx – “Teenage Politics” Turns 20


Want to feel old? Teenage Politics, the sophomore effort from legendary Bremerton, Washington, pop punk band MxPx, has officially turned 20 years old. Released in 1995, the seminal album became a staple in the pop punk community and played a large role in the rapid growth of Tooth and Nail Records in the mid-90s. The album also contained classic tracks like, “Punk Rawk Show”, “Moneytree” and more.

To celebrate, the band has released a commemorative t-shirt that can be purchased at the band’s website. If you’re in the mood, you can also check out a feature from last year in which we ranked every single MxPx release. When you’re finished, throw on Teenage Politics to celebrate!

Posted by Kiel Hauck