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Founded: 1986

Headquarters: Berkley, CA

Website Link(s): Official Site

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Band Members[]

  • Aaron
  • Alex
  • Bobby
  • Byron
  • Dr. Frank
  • Erik
  • Gabe
  • Joel
  • Jon Von
  • Jym
  • Ted

Includes Members of[]

  • Sweet Baby (a/k/a sweetbabyjesus)
  • Bomb Bassets
  • Samiam
  • Actionslacks
  • The Stacks
  • Love Kills Love
  • Knockoffs
  • Red Star Memorial
  • The Decibels
  • Go National
  • Lucky 13s
  • The Porchupines
  • Joe Hardcore
  • The Bent Nails
  • Bad Manners
  • Hoodlum Empire
  • The Mud Sharks
  • Radio Noise
  • Tilt
  • Los Blockheads
  • The Plus Ones
  • The Rip Offs
  • Les Draguers
  • Forbidden Evil
  • Slambodians
  • Jolt
  • The Stupid Jerks
  • Yellow Sloth Chicken Broth
  • The Mallrats

Band Biography[]

Sometimes a 3-piece, sometimes a 4-piece, the Mr. T Experience has both outlived its name-reference (named at a time when Mr. T had basically everything under the sun -- cereals, toys, whathaveyou, and they decided he should have a Punk Band, too) and completely changed its lineup. Dr. Frank is the only original member of the band, and it's changed under him from a more straight-forward punk band to a more pop-punk sounding band (with other influences, like 1960's Garage and 60s Pop (much like one of their main influences, The Ramones). Currently, they're a four-piece, although it's the first time in about ten years. They're also known as MTX -- in fact, the most recent album only has the full band name in the sleeve notes, prompting some (more clueless) record stores to put the album with a new traycard reading "MTX"... which, of course, tends to end up a little ways away from the Mr. T Experience bin.

Discography[]

Albums[]

  • Everyone's Entitled to Their Own Opinion
  • Night Shift at the Thrill Factory
  • Big Black Bugs Bleed Blue Blood
  • Making Thing With Light
  • Milk Milk Lemonade
  • Our Bodies, Ourselves
  • ...And The Women Who Love Them (Special Addition)
  • Love Is Dead
  • Revenge Is Sweet And So Are You
  • Road to Ruin
  • Alcatraz
  • Yesterday Rules

EPs[]

  • ...And The Women Who Love Them
  • Alternative Is Here To Stay
  • The Miracle of Shame

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