MxPx Post Dead Milkmen Cover

2009-02-23 by Dr Dave De Sylvia STAFF | 3 Comments
MxPx have posted of 'Punk Rock Girl' from their forthcoming covers album to MySpace.

'Punk Rock Girl,' originally recorded by the Dead Milkmen, is the first full-length track to be posted from On The Cover II, due for release on March 24 via Tooth & Nail.

http://www.myspace.com/mxpx

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VicariousIntent
February 23rd 2009
1626 Comments


I really didn't like the original at all...but maybe this will be...better?

backinhindsight
February 23rd 2009
198 Comments


I like it but I'm a big fan of MxPx so I'm probably a bit biased...

UncleSombrero
February 24th 2009
76 Comments


*listens to it*

Damn, I like it.
It doesn't quite have that Milkmen jangle to it somehow,
Mike doesn't do too bad, and the accordion was a nice touch.
I may have to check this out, there's good stuff on the record...



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