Let's Rock (album)

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Let's Rock
MxPx - Let's Rock cover.jpg
Compilation album by MxPx
Released November 13, 2006 (International, UK)
October 24, 2006 (US)
Genre Pop punk, punk rock
Label SideOneDummy
MxPx chronology
Let's Rock
Secret Weapon
(2007)Secret Weapon2007
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
AllMusic 2.5/5 stars[1]
IGN 6.7/10 [2]
Punknews.org 2/5 stars[3]

Let's Rock is a MxPx compilation album of B-sides and unreleased material. "You Walk, I Run" was recorded by Jerry Finn during "the Ever Passing Moment" sessions, and "Make Up Your Mind" was also recorded by Finn and was released on "the Broken Bones" 7-inch. Both songs appeared on the "Responsibility" Australian import. The remaining ten tracks were previously unreleased and were self-produced. "Sweet Sweet Thing," an acoustic version here, was originally recorded with the entire band during the "Before Everything & After" sessions with Dave Jerden, then titled "Family Affair" and featuring slightly different lyrics. It was left off the album, although a portion of it can be heard in the album's "Before" and "After" tracks. Music videos were made for "Breathe Deep" and "Running Out of Time."

Track listing[edit]

  1. "You Walk, I Run" (Re-recorded)
  2. "Every Light" (Unreleased)
  3. "1 And 3" (Unreleased) [The noise at the beginning is from 'Star Wars Episode V The Empire Strikes Back."]
  4. "Don't Forget Me (When You're Gone)" (Unreleased)
  5. "Breathe Deep" (Unreleased)
  6. "Make Up Your Mind" (Originally on Broken Bones 7" - Re-Recorded)
  7. "Running out of Time" (Unreleased)
  8. "Slow Ride" (Unreleased)
  9. "Where Did You Go?" (Unreleased)
  10. "Sweet Sweet Thing" (Acoustic and slightly modified rendition of rare song "Family Affair")
  11. "Last Train" (Acoustic - Unreleased)
  12. "You Walk, I Run" (Acoustic - Unreleased)


  1. ^ AllMusic review
  2. ^ Thompson, Ed (December 28, 2006). "MxPx - Let's Rock". IGN. Archived from the original on October 13, 2007. Retrieved July 21, 2017. 
  3. ^ Punknews.org review