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  • Audio CD (26 Jan. 2004)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Enhanced
  • Label: Look Out!
  • ASIN: B00013MX06
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1 customer review)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 679,681 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. She's Not A Flower
2. Fucked Up On Life
3. Oh, Just Have Some Faith In Me
4. Big, Strange, Beautiful Hammer
5. Sorry For Freaking Out On The Phone Last Night
6. The Boyfriend Box
7. London
8. Elizabeth Or Fight!
9. Everybody Knows You're Crying
10. Jill
11. Shining
12. Institutionalized Misogyny
13. Take All The Time You Need

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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By MR MR STANTON on 6 Feb. 2004
Format: Audio CD
Well, it's been a long wait since the last MTX album, four years!
This album sees a couple of new members and a shed load more of that pop-punk we love so much. We can see a continuation of the 50s/60s retro sound of the last couple of albums, but this one really gets it right. It's really not a shame that MTX sound less like a punk band with every new release, because the more the distorted guitars are turned down, the more of the bands personality seeps though. So now we can here the twanging solos, the organ, the ooohs and aaahs of the backing vocals, and it makes for a very sweet mix.
Dr Franks lyrics are witty and poignant , and as ever, their all about girls (more or less).
The song highlights include "The Boyfriend Box" "Elizabeth or Fight" and "Institutionalized Misogyny" is hilarious.
The Mr T Experience may not be the most experiemental, virtuosic or ambitious band in the world, but they have a sound and a style which is unique to them, and it is very endearing. If you're going to like them, you had better have a sense of humour and a taste for punchy pop punk.
Charming!
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful
The Punk-rock Pet Sounds 23 Jan. 2004
By Matt Welch - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
This is my early favorite for 2004 album of the year. Delivers the hook-heavenly pop-punk MTX is famous for, blended with intricate Byrdsy and Kinksy arrangements & Beach Boys backing vocals, all to tell emotional and articulate and true stories about love and, um, crucifiction. "Big, Brave Beautiful Hammer" will tear your happy heart out, "London" will remind you of being defiantly heartbroken in a faraway land, "F*cked Up on Life" will shout across the hills that great rock music is still being made in 2004.
4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
MTX at their best! 21 Jan. 2004
By mike - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
You cannot really go wrong in the hands of the Good Doctor. The Mr T Experience, MTX for short are back, pumping out what could be their most inspiring work. This smile inducing, head bobbing treasure rocks out from the first chord, and continues to hold you in throughout. Dr Franks Elvis Costello-ish delivery is quite brilliant, not to mention the fact that that delivery always comes with sharp, witty and unmatched lyrics. If you have never been a fan of, or never even heard of MTX, this album is a great time to become a little more aware of waht could possibly be the best band on earth!
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
dumb little band 4 Oct. 2004
By Rockn'roller - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
MTX continues to impress. Another top-notch collection of songs from Dr. Frank. Not exactly "pop punk" at this point, but Frank's songwriting skills seem to transcend musical genres. More of the hooks and clever lyrics you've come to expect from this band. Slightly more rocking than "Alcatraz," but still basically a pop album. Not as consistent as their best efforts, but still very good. And "London" is one of Frank's best songs ever.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
The thinking man's pop-punk... 19 Jun. 2004
By DJ Joe Sixpack - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
The latest edition of the MTX Starship is a tight, fluid band whose melodic chops match the wit and sparkle of (evil genius lyricist) Dr. Frank's latest set of twisted tunes. It's the first time in years Mr. T is officially a four-piece, with guitarist Ted Angel matching Frank lick for lick, and longtime ace drummer Jym holding down the rhythm with their versatile new bassist, Bobby J. "Yesterday Rules" shows the good Doctor still in top form, with songs that skillfully balance a moody pessimism with a deceptively simplistic playfulness. The searching spirituality of recent records has been scaled back, as has much of the musical experimentalism that bewildered some of his head-bobbing fan base. Nonetheless, this disc is as musically diverse as they come, with '60s-styled go-go riffs and Cheap Trick power chords lined up alongside good old 1-2-3-4 punk, lilting acoustic ditties, and even a whiff of country-rock. Above all, Dr. Frank remains a preeminent spokesman for today's contingent of irony-drenched, asocial, overeducated slackers, those of us who like to screen all our calls and stay in the apartment for days on end. Several songs promise to become classics, notably the sardonic "Jill," the jaunty "Institutionalized Misogyny," singalong crowd pleasers like "Boxfriend Box" and "F**ked Up On Life," as well as the moodier, more personal songs such as "London." As ever, Frank's lyrics have more depth to them than you're likely to parse out in just one listen -- that's why this catchy little disc will likely stay on "repeat" on numerous iPods for many months to come.
3 of 6 people found the following review helpful
It all could have been more than it is now. 1 Aug. 2005
By Alejandra Elle - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
MTX is very notable for their special blends of pop-punk, and can pretty much sing about anything: girls, adjectives, Love Connection, and even Velveeta cheese. In recent years, Dr. Frank has been experimenting with new, "lighter" sounds, such as on the EP "The Miracle of Shame"... but this time, he's taken it too far. The overdose of keyboards and organs really take away from the songs... hence why "She's Not A Flower" is one of the few tracks that I can actually listen to all the way through. The songs have great potential, if only they had not been so watered down as they are. You'd really be better off with albums such as "Love is Dead", "...and the Women Who Love Them" (special edition)", "Big Black Bugs Bleed Blue Blood", or even "Night Shift at the Thrill Factory".
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