B-Movie (MxPx album)

B-Movie

Video by MxPx

Released
2004

Genre
Punk rock, pop punk

Length
46:47 (DVD), 14:42 (EP)

Label
SideOneDummy

Producer
MxPx

MxPx chronology

Before Everything & After
(2003)
B-Movie (with AC/EP)
(2004)
Panic
(2005)

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Review scores

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B-Movie is a DVD released by MxPx in 2004. It is a combination of live concert footage and a documentary of the band. The concert footage is culled from a 3-night stint in late 2003 at El Corazon in Seattle (at the time, still called The Graceland). It also features a five-track acoustic EP called The AC/EP.

Contents

1 DVD

1.1 Chapters

2 AC/EP

2.1 Track listing

3 Credits

3.1 Additional musicians

4 References

DVD[edit]
Although the band recorded 3 full nights of shows for the DVD, only 5 song performances actually appear on the DVD. The remainder of the film is interviews with the band and backstage footage.
Chapters[edit]

“Go Already” [1:16] – An introduction with an unreleased song by MxPx.
“Well Adjusted” [4:12] – MxPx plays the song “Well Adjusted”, from their album Before Everything & After, after which there is a short clip of the band playing the song acoustically, with Tom Wisniewski’s mother singing along.
“Closer than Brothers” [3:11] – The band members argue over who is the “mom”, “dad”, and “kid” of the band.
“Mike’s Face for Prez” [:36] – The band talks about their fans. One fan wants Mike’s face for President.
“I Hate You MxPx” [1:47] – The band talks about the criticism they’ve received.
“Pokinatcha Punx (Feat. Andy Husted & The Song Destroyers)” [1:11] – The band plays their song “PxPx” from their debut album Pokinatcha with Andy Husted, the original guitarist of MxPx, who left after their debut album and was replaced by Tom Wisniewski.
“Acousticness” [3:33] – The band describes the how and why of their acoustic EP, The AC/EP. This includes footage from inside the recording studio.
“Skate Jam ’73” [2:07] – The band talks about a reunion party at a skating rink, where everyone dressed with apparel from the 1970s.
“Tomorrow’s Another Day” [5:42] – The band plays their song “Tomorrow’s Another Day”, which comes off their gold album Slowly Going the Way of the Buffalo.
“I’m Calling From My Banana” [4:15] – The band talks about their experiences in Japan while on tour.
“Summers in Brugge” [3:46] – The band talks about their experiences in Brugge while on tour, and Yuri cut his hand while breaking a be
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