Pennywise Discography

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  • Pennywise

    Pennywise
    Pennywise is the self-titled debut album by the punk band Pennywise, released on Epitaph Records on October 22, 1991. Writing for the first Pennywise album began around 1989/1990. The band recorded it in 1991 at Westbeach Recorders in Hollywood, California.
  • Unknown Road

    Unknown Road
    Writing for the first Pennywise album began around 1989/1990. The band recorded it in 1991 at Westbeach Recorders in Hollywood, California.
  • About Time

    About Time
    About Time is the third studio album by Pennywise, released on June 13, 1995. Although the album was not a commercial success, it is widely considered to be one of Pennywise's best releases, and it includes their concert staples,
  • Full Circle

    Full Circle
    Full Circle is the fourth full-length album by the punk band Pennywise. It was released on April 22, 1997 (see 1997 in music) and was digitally remastered on March 8, 2005 on the original label. The entire album was dedicated to the memory of Thirsk, their bassist who commited suicide on July 29 and had been a key song writer for Pennywise until his death, and a close friend of all of those in the band.
  • Straight Ahead

    Straight Ahead
    Straight Ahead is the fifth studio album by the American punk rock band Pennywise. It was released on June 1, 1999 and features the radio hit single "Alien". The album was released by Epitaph Records, their long-time record label.
  • Land of the Free?

    Land of the Free?
    Land of the Free? is the sixth album by Pennywise. Produced by Joe Barresi, the album was released on June 19, 2001. After the commercial success of their previous album, Straight Ahead, Pennywise entered the studio in early 2001 to record a follow-up. Land of the Free? received positive reviews from critics and was well sold worldwide, reaching number 67 on the Billboard Top 200, and number 21 on the Australian ARIA Albums Chart. "Fuck Authority" was released as a single to promote the album.
  • From the Ashes

    From the Ashes
    From the Ashes is the seventh studio album by the punk rock band Pennywise, released on September 9, 2003. Most copies include a DVD on the making of the album. Although the album did not maintain the same popularity of the last two albums, Straight Ahead and Land of the Free?, From the Ashes reached number 54 on the Billboard 200 and number 4 on the Top Independent Albums chart, marking the highest initial charting album in Pennywise's career.
  • The Fuse

    The Fuse
    The Fuse is the eighth album by Pennywise, released on August 9, 2005. The Fuse charted at number 36 in Australia on the ARIA Albums Chart, their third lowest position on the chart among the band's album releases.
  • Reason to Believe

    Reason to Believe
    Reason to Believe is the ninth studio album by the American punk rock band Pennywise, which was released on March 25, 2008 as a worldwide free digital download on MySpace. MySpace Records released the album within the United States as a standard CD and a limited-edition vinyl version with two bonus tracks not available in any other format. The album was available in Europe on March 24 through Epitaph Records. Reason to Believe peaked at #98 in the United States on the Billboard 200.
  • All or Nothing

    All or Nothing
    All or Nothing is the tenth studio album by the punk rock band Pennywise, which was released on May 1, 2012.[1][2][3] It is Pennywise's first album since Reason to Believe (2008), their longest gap to date between studio albums. This is also the band's only recording with vocalist Zoli Téglás, who replaced Jim Lindberg from February 2010 to October 2012, as well as their first release on Epitaph Records since 2005's The Fuse (although their previous album was released on that label in Europe).
  • Yesterdays

    Yesterdays
    Yesterdays is the eleventh studio album by the punk rock band Pennywise, which was released on July 15, 2014. Although Pennywise considers Yesterdays to be a proper studio album, it contains previously unrecorded compositions.