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Everybody's Entitled to Their Own Opinion


Download links and information about Everybody's Entitled to Their Own Opinion by The Mr. T Experience. This album was released in 1986 and it belongs to Punk, Alternative genres. It contains 14 tracks with total duration of 30:24 minutes.

Artist: The Mr. T Experience
Release date: 1986
Genre: Punk, Alternative
Tracks: 14
Duration: 30:24
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No. Title Length
1. One Big Lie 1:39
2. Just Your Way of Saying No 2:09
3. Marine Recruiter 2:17
4. Sheep 2:42
5. Surfin' Mozart 0:38
6. Danny Partridge 2:35
7. Scientific 2:50
8. Disconnection 2:18
9. Surfin' Cows 2:16
10. I'm in Love With Paula Pierce 1:35
11. Big Mistake 2:42
12. Pleasant Valley Sunday 1:46
13. Mary Mary 3:10
14. The Empty Experience 1:47



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.