is the sixth studio album by Before Everything & After punk rock band MxPx, released on A&M Records. The album achieved the band's highest ever chart position on the , peaking at number 51. Billboard 200 
Track listing [ edit ]
All tracks written by
"Play It Loud"
(featuring Benji Madden of Good Charlotte) 3:00
(featuring Kris Roe of The Ataris) 2:10
"First Day of the Rest of Our Lives"
"Everything Sucks (When You're Gone)"
"Quit Your Life"
"Kings of Hollywood"
(featuring Jordan Pundik of New Found Glory) 3:39
"On the Outs"
(featuring Benji Madden of Good Charlotte) 3:10
"Don't Walk Away"
"You Make Me, Me"
"You're Not Alone"
(featuring Jordan Pundik of New Found Glory) 3:40
"Play It Loud" was featured on the
soundtrack and the SSX3 Hilary Duff movie . Raise Your Voice The album cover is a possible tribute to the cover of the
Rolling Stones album , which does not show hands. Another possible tribute is to the cover of Sticky Fingers by Chocolate and Cheese Ween. Portions of the Japanese bonus track "Family Affair" appear on the track "Before" although "Family Affair" was not released on the U.S. version of the record.
"First Day of the Rest of Our Lives" was featured on the soundtrack for the movie
. A Cinderella Story There is a backwards message toward the end of the song "It's Alright." When reversed there is a guy saying "And then one night, I just jumped off."
"Well Adjusted" was featured in a
Credits [ edit ]
Mike Herrera - bass guitar, vocals Tom Wisniewski - guitar, vocals
Yuri Ruley - drums, percussion
Jordan Pundik ( New Found Glory)- backing vocals
Benji Madden ( Good Charlotte)- backing vocals
Kris Roe ( The Ataris)- backing vocals Ron Fair - executive producer
Dave Jerden - producer, mixing
Steve Duda - keyboards
Phil Shenale - keyboards, string arrangements
Brian Hall - guitar technician
Annette Cisneros - engineer
George Marino - mastering
Tom Lord-Alge - mixing
Chris Lord-Alge - mixing
Ben Grosse - mixing
Elan Trujillo - assistant
F. Scott Schafer - photography
Marc Rhea - studio technician
Album - Billboard (North America)
The Billboard 200
References [ edit ]