Pennywise ‎– About Time

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Epitaph ‎– 86437-1
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Tracklist

A1 Peaceful Day
A2 Waste Of Time
A3 Perfect People
A4 Every Single Day
A5 Searching
A6 Not Far Away
B1 Freebase
B2 It's What You Do With It
B3 Try
B4 Same Old Story
B5 I Won't Have It
B6 Killing Time

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Notes

Reissue pressed on Smoked Translucent vinyl; 500 unnumbered copies made and sold exclusively through the Epitaph Records store.
Includes a printed insert with lyrics and credits.

This is the last album that features Jason Thirsk as bass player.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 0 4577-86437-1 4
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A): WELCOME TO THE SUBMARINE S-31322
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B): GOLDEN MIND S-31323

Other Versions (5 of 21) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
86437-2 Pennywise About Time(CD, Album) Epitaph 86437-2 US 1995 Sell This Version
86437-1 Pennywise About Time(LP, Ltd, RE, Red) Epitaph 86437-1 US 2014 Sell This Version
6437•2 Pennywise About Time(CD, Album) Epitaph 6437•2 Europe 1995 Sell This Version
6363-2, 86437-2 Pennywise About Time(CD, Album, RE) Epitaph, Sum Records (2), Epitaph, Sum Records (2) 6363-2, 86437-2 Brazil 2000 Sell This Version
86437-4 Pennywise About Time(Cass, Album, RP) Epitaph 86437-4 Poland 1996 Sell This Version

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fruitkiller

December 23, 2014

The best or second best (let's say this one and Full Circle are equal) PW album. Jason's lyrics hit hard and when the final notes of the album comes at the end of "Killing Time" I always feel totally awed and in a kind of sudden goodbye to the main songwriter of Pennywise. When he was there they were able to make albums that were solid from beginning to end. Not to say they didn't make anything good after Full Circle, but Straight Ahead is a bit uninspired, Land Of The Free? is amazing but only the first half of the album, From The Ashes is even less inspired than Straight Ahead. The Fuse was their last real effort at conveying their message and had quality song writing. After that, it's a handful of good songs per album, or just not Pennywise (sorry, but Ignite are awesome, but he has such a particular voice (so does Jim in fact) that it sounded like a less hardcore Call On My Brothers on that album with Zoli on vocals. A must, their first 4 albums and we could include the 2 7 EP's put together in 1989 as their best material, and such forever. After hearing the last album, I couldn't believe this was the same band that played with my intellect and emotions in such a raw way as About Time.