Ten Years and Running

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Ten Years and Running
Compilation album by MxPx
Released May 21, 2002
Recorded Tracks 4-19: 1994 – 2001
Tracks 1-3: February 28 – March 2, 2002
Genre Punk rock
Skate punk
Hardcore punk
Length 46:16
Label Tooth & Nail
Producer Stephen Egerton, Jerry Finn, Steve Kravac, Bob Moon, MxPx, Aaron Sprinkle, Bill Stevenson
MxPx chronology
The Renaissance EP
(2001)
Ten Years and Running
(2002)
Before Everything & After
(2003)
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 4/5 stars[1]

Ten Years and Running is a 2002 compilation album by MxPx. Released on Tooth and Nail Records, there are nineteen songs spanning MXPX's career, mostly from Tooth and Nail released but includes a song each from the A&M releases "Slowly Going the Way of the Buffalo," "The Ever Passing Moment," "the Broken Bones," and Fat Wreck Chords' "Renaissance EP." The band self-produced a re-recording of "Punk Rawk Show" and two new songs, "My Mistake" and "Running Away" for the compilation. A music video was made for "My Mistake." Tim Palmer either mixed or re-mixed all of the songs except "My Life Story" and "the Broken Bones."

The album is not a "greatest hits" album, as it omits the well-known singles "Responsibility" and "I'm OK, You're OK," but is considered a retrospective of the first ten years of MXPX. The booklet accompanying the CD features many previously unreleased photographs of the band, as well as a detailed timeline of moments in the band's career.


Track listing[edit]

  1. "Punk Rawk Show" - 2:26
  2. "My Mistake" - 2:06
  3. "Running Away" - 2:37
  4. "Chick Magnet" - 3:12
  5. "Want Ad" - 1:24
  6. "Tomorrow's Another Day" - 2:47
  7. "Doing Time" - 1:24
  8. "The Broken Bones" - 2:12
  9. "My Life Story" - 2:43
  10. "Teenage Politics" - 2:50
  11. "PxPx" - 1:08
  12. "GSF" - 2:33
  13. "Do Your Feet Hurt?" - 3:10
  14. "Let it Happen" - 2:44
  15. "Lonesome Town" - 2:32
  16. "Dolores" - 1:29
  17. "Rock & Roll Girl" - 2:06
  18. "Move to Bremerton" - 3:25
  19. "Middlename (Live version)" - 3:29

Credits[edit]

  • Mike Herrera - Bass, Vocals
  • Tom Wisniewski - Lead Guitar
  • Yuri Ruley - Drums

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