NOFX War On Errorism Latest release from everyone's favourite pop-punksters... Their most politcailly motivated record in ages (ever?) but keeping the fun, catchy songs and touches of ska. Ace. Separation Of Church And Skate Regaining Unconsciousness Medio-Core Idiots Are Taking Over 13 Stitches Irrationality Of Rationality She's Nubs Two Jealous Agains Anarchy Camp Whoops, I ODd Bitter Living Through Chemistry Mattersville Franco Un-American Decomposeur Fat Wreck Chords CD
NOFX Regaining Unconsciousness Ace 5 track EP from the consistently great NOFX. The title track is a satirical swipe and band-wagon-jumping punk wannabe bands, and the rest range from dumb ass pop-punk to policial hardcore. Good stuff (JT) Medio-core Idiots are Taking Over Franco Un-American Hardcore 84 + one hidden track Fat Wreck Chords CD
NOFX Pump Up The Valuum Tracklisting: And Now for Somethign Completely Similar Take Two Placebos and Call Me Lame What's the Matter With Parents Today ? Dinosaurs Will Die Thank God It's Monday Glams Have Feelings Too (Actually They Don't) Louise Stranger Than Fishin Pharmacist's Dughter Bottles to the Ground Total Bummer My Vagina Herohuana Theme From a NOFX Album Epitaph Records CD
NOFX So Long & Thanks For All The Shoes FIne pop-punk with a touch of ska from Fat Mike and co. (JT) 180 degrees I'm telling him Dad's bad news Falling in love Kill rock stars Punk rock elite Murder the government Stuck in the k hole agin Desperation's gone All outta angst Champs Elysees Quart in session Mono syllabic girl Eat the meek Epitaph Records CD
NOFX Hardcore 10" Includes 9 cover songs of obscure hardcore acts from the 80's. No official track listing will be released! The cover inside will be completely blank besdies the artwork shown here. NOFX's latest release is a lot of things, none of which you'd normally expect (unless you keep up with internet message boards, twitter, and music news outlets, in which case you've likely read rumors about this release for a couple years now and know exactly what to expect). First off, the album doesn't really have a title, and since the moniker "self-titled" is so generic and clumsy, and since the band didn't have the foresight or inclination to come up with a jazzy little symbol like , it has been informally dubbed the hardcore 10". The 10" part of the name refers to the format, obviously, which is another odd feature of the release; it will be available exclusively on 10" vinyl. And hardcore, well, that refers to the music (now you're catching on!). Back at their humble beginning NOFX were just teenage kids slinking around the 80's LA punk scene, trying to emulate the obscure hardcore bands they idolized. Since those days a few things have changed. NOFX have progressed as musicians (thankfully), song writers, and entertainers, which has led to the legendary status they hold today, but along the way they never lost their love for the hardcore sound they were weaned on. So the band decided that they'd get together and churn out some gritty, high energy covers of songs from the genre. Another unique aspect of the hardcore 10" is that everyone in the band takes a turn with lead vocals duties, except for Smelly, who pours every bit of his energy into bashing the living crap out of his drum kit from start to finish. Of course, furious guitar and bass lines abound as well. The result? 9 unapologetically loud tracks that kick the listener in the teeth with the desperation and intensity of the 80's hardcore scene, while flashing the talent that has sustained NOFX's iconic renown for over 25 years. Fat Wreck Chords 10"
NOFX First Ditch Effort Thirteenth album from long-standing fun-punks NOFX. These tongue-in-cheek rebelious punks are always guaranteed to put a smile on your face! What’s really left to say about NOFX? For over thirty years the reigning kings of punk rock have remained relevant by continuing to push the boundaries of their music and lyrics in a way that’s as endearing as it is infectious. For that reason it’s remarkably apt that the band’s latest LP First Ditch Effort is also their thirteenth, because ominous black clouds hang over this collection of songs that see frontman/bassist Fat Mike exploring self-loathing and mortality in a more raw and honest way than he ever has before. Fat Wreck Chords CD | LP
NOFX Backstage Passport Soundtrack A collection of rare & unreleased material from NOFX's Backstage Passport series In 2008 NOFX starred in the TV show 'Backstage Passport', a series that documented the insane hijinks of the band as they weaved an unsteady path through exotic locales where most sane bands fear to tread. The reality romp originally aired on FUSE and later went on to be released on DVD, which served up tons of 'too hot for TV' bonus footage. After the resounding success of the series, NOFX have been met with endless requests for a soundtrack including all the rare and exclusive songs (5 previously unreleased) from the show. Packed with 15 tracks, the 'Backstage Passport Soundtrack' is a one-stop shop for all the rare, remixed, and unreleased material that fans could only previously enjoy as snippets during the show. Fat Wreck Chords CD | LP
NOFX Punk In Drublic Reissue of one of the very best NOFX albums with great songs like Don't Call Me White and Linoleum!The measuring stick to which all other albums are compared. It is the punk-rock equivalent to "Rumors" and "Sgt. Pepper". There isn't a more complete, enthralling, energizing, and expressive album in existence in the punk genre. NOFX, and Fat Mike, establish themselves as intelligent beyond the more tongue-in-cheek recording of, "Ribbed" and even the stellar, "White Trash, Two Heebs, and A Bean". This is an album that can make the listener think - and that is an accomplishment itself when you consider the average listener. I can't even imagine how many punk bands were/are founded based on hearing this masterpiece... - Punknews Epitaph LP