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Everybody's Entitled to Their Own Opinion

The Mr. T Experience

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Album Review

Because this was their first full-length release, it is expectedly their most amateurish and goofy. Including songs about Danny Bonaduce's drug bust ("Danny Partridge") and a cover of the Monkees "Pleasant Valley Sunday," this album contains glimmers of future greatness. A fun document of the lighter side of the mid-1980s punk underground, it nonetheless isn't the best place to start collecting MTX records. The Lookout! 1995 reissue of this album contains a number of bonus tracks.

Biography

Formed: 1984 in Berkeley, CA

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '80s, '90s, '00s

The Mr. T Experience came out of the same Berkeley/East Bay Gilman Street punk rock scene that eventually spawned Green Day, but they are often left out of the history of this scene, or at least they rarely fit prominently into the punk rock genealogy. The Mr. T Experience (or MTX for short) played the same Ramones/Buzzcocks/Descendents-inspired punk-pop for years without gaining any of the commercial success of Gilman Street peers Green Day and Rancid. Perhaps this is a result of the perception...
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