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* NotChristianRock: Their early material contained overtly religious themes, which established them as one of the better known Christian punk bands. They eventually began distancing themselves from this label, however, and in 2015 frontman Mike Herrera publicly acknowledged that he no longer identifies as Christian.
** Maybe "No Longer" Christian Rock. By almost any standard their earlier work was definitely targeting the Christian market, touring churches, explicitly religious lyrics (even one about basic soteriology on Pokinatcha) Christian Festivals etc. etc. It sort of garners the question of the Definition of the Trope. Just because they are not Christian Rock today, does that make it unfair to apply the Christian Rock Trope to most of their history when they were very clearly so?

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* NotChristianRock: Their early material contained overtly religious themes, which established them They started as one of the better known a Christian punk bands. band, with material targeting the Christian market, touring Christian churches, using explicitly religious lyrics (even one about basic soteriology on Pokinatcha), etc. They eventually began distancing distanced themselves from this label, however, and in 2015 frontman Mike Herrera publicly acknowledged that he no longer identifies as Christian.
** Maybe "No Longer" Christian Rock. By almost any standard their earlier work was definitely targeting the Christian market, touring churches, explicitly religious lyrics (even one about basic soteriology on Pokinatcha) Christian Festivals etc. etc. It sort of garners the question of the Definition of the Trope. Just because they are not Christian Rock today, does that make it unfair to apply the Christian Rock Trope to most of their history when they were very clearly so?
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**Maybe "No Longer" Christian Rock. By almost any standard their earlier work was definitely targeting the Christian market, touring churches, explicitly religious lyrics (even one about basic soteriology on Pokinatcha) Christian Festivals etc. etc. It sort of garners the question of the Definition of the Trope. Just because they are not Christian Rock today, does that make it unfair to apply the Christian Rock Trope to most of their history when they were very clearly so?


* BreakupSong: A frequent lyrical topic
* NotChristianRock: Their early material contained overtly religious themes, which established them as one of the better known Christian punk bands. They eventually began distancing themselves from this label, however, and in 2015 frontman Mike Herrera publicly acknowledged that he no longer identifies as Christian.



* NotChristianRock: Their early material contained overtly religious themes, which established them as one of the better known Christian punk bands. They eventually began distancing themselves from this label, however, and in 2015 frontman Mike Herrera publicly acknowledged that he no longer identifies as Christian.
* BreakupSong


* ChristianRock/NotChristianRock: Their early material contained overtly religious themes, which established them as one of the better known Christian punk bands. They eventually began distancing themselves from this label, however, and in 2015 frontman Mike Herrera publicly acknowledged that he no longer identifies as Christian.

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* ChristianRock/NotChristianRock: NotChristianRock: Their early material contained overtly religious themes, which established them as one of the better known Christian punk bands. They eventually began distancing themselves from this label, however, and in 2015 frontman Mike Herrera publicly acknowledged that he no longer identifies as Christian.


* ChristianRock: Their early material contained overtly religious themes, which established them as one of the better known Christian punk bands. They eventually began distancing themselves from this label, however, and in 2015 frontman Mike Herrera publicly acknowledged that he no longer identifies as Christian.

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* ChristianRock: ChristianRock/NotChristianRock: Their early material contained overtly religious themes, which established them as one of the better known Christian punk bands. They eventually began distancing themselves from this label, however, and in 2015 frontman Mike Herrera publicly acknowledged that he no longer identifies as Christian.


MxPx is an American PunkRock/PopPunk band formed in 1992. Although put in in the Pop Punk Category, the band does emphasize speed like many hardcore bands (though obviously without the raw edge).

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MxPx Mx Px is an American PunkRock/PopPunk band formed in 1992. Although put in in the Pop Punk Category, the band does emphasize speed like many hardcore bands (though obviously without the raw edge).


* ChristianRock: Many songs deal with religion and spirituality... but.....
** ....NotChristianRock: the band also writes and performs many non religiously oriented songs (mostly relationship and social but not political lyrics) and does not like to be referred to as a "Christian Band".

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* ChristianRock: Many songs deal with religion Their early material contained overtly religious themes, which established them as one of the better known Christian punk bands. They eventually began distancing themselves from this label, however, and spirituality... but.....
** ....NotChristianRock: the band also writes and performs many non religiously oriented songs (mostly relationship and social but not political lyrics) and does not like to be referred to
in 2015 frontman Mike Herrera publicly acknowledged that he no longer identifies as a "Christian Band". Christian.


MxPx is an American PopPunk band formed in 1992. Although firmly in in the Pop Category, the band does emphasize speed like many hardcore bands (though obviously without the raw edge).

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MxPx is an American PopPunk PunkRock/PopPunk band formed in 1992. Although firmly put in in the Pop Punk Category, the band does emphasize speed like many hardcore bands (though obviously without the raw edge).

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