Panic (MxPx album)

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MxPx - Panic cover.jpg
Studio album by MxPx
Released June 6, 2005
Recorded 2004–2005
Genre Punk rock[1]
Length 41:53
Label SideOneDummy
Producer Stephen Egerton,
Gavin MacKillop
MxPx chronology
Before Everything & After
Let's Rock
Singles from Panic
  1. "Heard That Sound"
    Released: 2005
  2. "Wrecking Hotel Rooms"
    Released: 2005
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
AbsolutePunk 74%[2]
Allmusic 3.5/5 stars[3]

Panic is the seventh full-length album by punk rock band MxPx It was released on June 6, 2005- internationally and a day later in the United States. This was a breakthrough album when the single "Heard That Sound" proved a minor radio hit. It also featured the Blink-182/+44 singer-bassist Mark Hoppus on "Wrecking Hotel Rooms." Two B-sides (an unreleased track called "Arrest Me" and a live/acoustic version of "Waiting for the World to End") were released on a SideOneDummy sampler in 2005.

Track listing[edit]

All songs by Mike Herrera.

No. Title Length
1. "The Darkest Places"   2:35
2. "Young and Depressed"   3:05
3. "Heard That Sound"   3:40
4. "Cold Streets"   2:46
5. "The Story"   3:31
6. "Wrecking Hotel Rooms"   3:26
7. "Late Again"   2:35
8. "Kicking and Screaming"   2:52
9. "Grey Skies Turn Blue"   3:04
10. "Emotional Anarchist"   2:02
11. "Call in Sick"   3:00
12. "Get Me Out"   2:10
13. "Waiting for the World to End"   3:46
14. "This Weekend"   3:21
Total length:


  • Mike Herrera - bass, lead vocals
  • Yuri Ruley - drums, percussion, backing vocals, choir, chorus
  • Tom Wisniewski - guitar, backing vocals, choir, chorus

Additional personnel

  • James Barrett - backing vocals, choir, chorus
  • Patti Day - choir, chorus
  • Mark Hoppus - vocals (background on "Wrecking Hotel Rooms")
  • Andy Husted - choir, chorus
  • Robert Lloyd Martin - choir, chorus
  • Jack Parker - guitar, soloist
  • Seth Alan Roberts - backing vocals, layout design


  • Producers: Stephen Egerton, Gavin MacKillop
  • Engineers: Mauro Rubbi
  • A&R: Joe Sib


Album - Billboard (North America)

Year Chart Position
2005 The Billboard 200 77
2005 Top Christian Albums 1
2005 Top Independent Albums 3

Video game licensing[edit]

"Heard That Sound" was featured in the game Burnout Revenge and Burnout Legends. In the PS2 version of The Sims 2, the song "Late Again" had the vocals altered into "Simlish" and was put on the purchasable boomboxes and other music players, on the "Trance Dance" station.