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On November 13th I went to Tramps in New York to see one of my favorite bands MxPx MxPx is a Christian pop-punk band Pop punk basically means happy punk The band members are Mike Herrera who plays bass and sings Tom Wisniewski who plays guitar and Yuri Ruley plays drums They played about 10 songs all of which I knew Some of their songs have to do with society problems through the eyes of a teenager At the show the first song they played was one of my favorites Teenage Politics Some of the lyrics to this song are No Im not mad but I think they forget what its like and how hard it is to be a teenager This is a new day and age we read a different book where Elvis aint the rage and polyester aint the look Is it time again to disagree about anything everything and whats on TV its a vicious circle never ending a linear equation worldly extending No Ill never be like you Ill never be like you Oh no Im just like you The second song they played was Im the Bad Guy The first couple lines of state Legalistic people suck Legalism makes me sick Even though they openly bust on legalism they also know the world has nothing to offer them but hurt and pain while God is the only answer Since they are a Christian punk band of course they have to play religious songs One really good song that they played there was False Fiction This song basically means that the world is going through such turmoil because we dont have Christ in our lives They guarantee our freedom but freedom isnt real unless you know Christ you wont know how I feel Inflections of the way things were supposed to be the mental disorder of our societymaybe this world had stopped thinking maybe all their minds
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