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NOFX

Formed in Berkeley, California, in 1983 and relocating to Los Angeles not long afterwards, NOFX steered clear of major labels and commercial exposure over the course of their career, recording an impressive number of full-length albums plus an assortment of EPs and singles. The band started out as a trio comprised of vocalist/bassist Fat Mike (Mike Burkett), guitarist Eric Melvin, and drummer Erik Sandin (aka Erik Ghint/Erik Shun). Sandin quit in 1985, and his place was taken by Scott Sellers; that same year, NOFX also recorded two 7" EPs for the Mystic label, No F-X and So What If We're on Mystic? Sellers quit shortly thereafter and was replaced by Scott Aldahl for only two weeks, at which point Sandin rejoined the band; vocalist Dave Allen also joined in 1986, but his tenure was tragically cut short by a fatal car accident. Dave Casillas joined as a second guitarist later in the year, by which point NOFX's touring schedule had become far-ranging and rigorous. The EP The P.M.R.C. Can Suck on This was released on Fat Mike's own Fat Wreck Chords label in 1987. Casillas departed the group in 1989 and was replaced by Steve Kidwiller for NOFX's first full-length album, S&M Airlines, which was released on the legendary punk label Epitaph; the band remained there ever since, despite the release of several albums -- such as 1995's I Heard They Suck Live -- and EPs on Fat Wreck Chords, which gradually grew into a premier stable of punk revival artists.

Having appeared on 1990's Ribbed and 1991's Liberal Animation (which was actually recorded in 1988), Kidwiller left the band in 1991, and Aaron Abeyta became the permanent second guitarist (as well as trumpeter), adopting the nickname El Hefe. Dragged into the mainstream spotlight by the mid-'90s success of labelmates Bad Religion and the Offspring, NOFX compensated with albums like 1992's White Trash, Two Heebs and a Bean that were even closer to the anti-commercial extreme, exemplified by White Trash's accompanying single, "Please Play This Song on the Radio," which lured un-alert radio programmers with a tight melody, but ends with a stream of obscenities. The El Hefe-anchored lineup continued to blossom with 1994's Punk in Drublic; often regarded as the band's best, the album was eventually certified gold. Releases on Fat Wreck Chords continued throughout the '90s, as did the full-length Epitaph albums, like 1996's grungier, less uptempo Heavy Petting Zoo, 1997's punkier So Long & Thanks for All the Shoes, and 2000's Pump Up the Valuum and Bottles to the Ground; the latter album followed an experimental Fat Wreck Chords EP titled The Decline, which consisted entirely of the 18-minute title track. Next up was the Surfer EP, which showcased select sloppy cuts in spring 2001, with the first 500 copies on colored vinyl.

In 2002, NOFX sifted through countless tapes and recording sessions, eventually collecting 47 songs for 45 or 46 Songs That Weren't Good Enough to Go on Our Other Records. "Pimps and Hookers," which was the only new song on the album, was recorded in one day. Later that year, BYO Records got the band to release the NOFX/Rancid split album BYO Split Series, Vol. 3. This particular album had Rancid covering six NOFX tracks while NOFX returned the favor by switching up six Rancid songs. The four-song EP Regaining Unconsciousness came out in March 2003 and served as a teaser for May's The War on Errorism, released on Fat Wreck and littered with political criticisms. Given the band's outspoken and leftist nature, it was not surprising when they launched Punk Voter, a movement of punk bands that sought to politically empower disenfranchised youth and vote George W. Bush out of office. The organization still remained in action, even after Bush's 2004 re-election. Back on the music front, NOFX next released the EP Never Trust a Hippy in March 2006, the full-length Wolf in Wolves' Clothing one month later, and the live album They've Actually Gotten Worse Live! the following year. The band's 11th studio album, Coaster, arrived in 2009, paired with a documentary of the band's international 2008 tour in the form of the Fuse network's series Backstage Passport. In 2012 NOFX offered up a more self-aware set of songs on their 12th studio album, Self Entitled. A number of singles followed, and were collected on 2013's Stoke Extinguisher, which featured a new track, as well as the b-sides from the previous years 7" releases. Fat Mike spent much of 2014 writing songs for a punk rock musical entitled Home Street Home. Along with the rest of NOFX, he collaborated with members of Alkaline Trio, Dance Hall Crashers, The Living End and even Tony Award winning vocalist Lena Hall on the soundtrack, which arrived in early 2015 as the final touches were put on the theatrical production. ~ John Bush & Steve Huey
full bio

Selected Discography

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Track List: Stoke Extinguisher

1. Stoke Extinguisher

2. The Shortest Pier

3. I Believe In Goddess (Demo Version)

4. My Stepdad's A Cop And My Stepmom's A Domme

5. Wore Out The Soles Of My Party Boots

6. New Year's Revolution

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Track List: Self/Entitled

1. 72 Hookers

2. I Believe In Goddess

3. Ronnie & Mags

4. She Didn't Lose Her Baby

5. Secret Society

6. I, Fatty

7. Cell Out

8. Down With The Ship

9. My Sycophant Others

10. This Machine Is 4

11. I've Got One Jealous Again, Again

12. Xmas Has Been X'ed

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Track List: Longest EP

1. The Death Of John Smith

2. The Longest Line

3. Stranded

4. Remnants

5. Kill All The White Man

6. I Wanna Be An Alcoholic

7. Perverted

8. My Name Is Bud

9. Hardcore 84

10. War On Errorism Commercial

11. 13 Stitches (Acoustic)

12. Glass War

13. Jaw Knee Music

14. Concerts Of A Gop Neo-Phyte

15. Golden Boys

16. You're Wrong

17. Everything In Moderation (Especially Moderation)

18. I'm Going To Hell For This One

19. I've Become A Cliche

20. Cokie The Clown

21. Straight Outta Massachusetts

22. Fermented And Failing

23. Codependence Day

24. My Orphan Year (Acoustic)

25. S&M Airlines

26. Dueling Retards

27. On The Rag

28. A200 Club

29. Shut Up Already

30. The Punk Song

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Track List: Cokie The Clown

1. Cokie The Clown

2. Straight Outta Massachusetts

3. Fermented And Flailing

4. Codependence Day

5. My Orphan Year (Acoustic)

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Track List: Coaster

1. We Called It America

2. The Quitter

3. First Call

4. My Orphan Year

5. Blasphemy (The Victimless Crime)

6. Creeping Out Sara

7. Eddie, Bruce And Paul

8. Best God In Show

9. Suits And Ladders

10. The Agony Of Victory

11. I Am An Alcoholic

12. One Million Coasters

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Track List: Backstage Passport Soundtrack

1. Backstage Passport

2. No Fun In Fundamentalism

3. Insulted By Germans (Again)

4. All My Friends In New York

5. You Will Lose Faith

6. Teenage Punching Bag

7. Leaving Jesusland (Live)

8. Greatest Country In The World

9. Last Night Was Really Fun?

10. We're Bros

11. Your Hubcaps Cost More Than My Car

12. Fan Mail

13. Arming The Proletariat With Potato Guns

14. I, Melvin

15. Punk Rock Passport

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Track List: Wolves In Wolves' Clothing

1. 60%

2. USA-Holes

3. Seeing Double At The Triple Rock

4. We March To The Beat Of Indifferent Drum

5. The Marxist Brothers

6. The Man I Killed

7. Benny Got Blowed Up

8. Leaving Jesusland

9. Getting High On The Down Low

10. Cool And Unusual Punishment

11. Wolves In Wolves' Clothing

14. Instant Crassic

15. You Will Lose Faith

16. One Celled Creature

17. Doornails

18. 60% (Reprise)

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Track List: Never Trust A Hippy

1. Seeing Double At The Triple Rock

2. The Marxist Brothers

3. Golden Boys

4. You're Wrong

5. Everything In Moderation (Especially Moderation)

6. I'm Going To Hell For This One

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Track List: The Greatest Songs Ever Written

1. Dinosaurs Will Die

2. Linoleum

3. Bob

4. The Separation Of Church & Skate

5. Murder The Government

6. Bleeding Heart Disease

7. Bottles To The Ground

8. 180 Degrees

9. Party Enema

10. What's The Matter With Kids Today

11. Reeko

12. Stickin In My Eye

13. All Outta Angst

14. Leave It Alone

15. Green Corn

16. The Longest Line

17. Thank God Its Monday

18. The Idiots Are Taking Over

19. Don't Call Me White

20. Day To Daze

21. Soul Doubt

22. Philthy Phil Philanthropist

23. Shut Up Already

24. It's My Job To Keep Punk Rock Elite

25. Franco Un-American

26. Kill All The White Man

27. Wore Out The Soles Of My Party Boots

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Track List: The War On Errorism

1. The Separation Of Church And Skate

2. The Irrationality Of Rationality

3. Franco Un-American

4. Idiots Are Taking Over

5. Shes Nubs

6. Mattersville

7. Decom-posuer

8. Medio-core

9. Anarchy Camp

10. American Errorist (I Hate Hate Haters)

11. We Got Two Jealous Agains

12. 13 Stitches

13. Re-gaining Unconsciousness

14. Whoops, I OD'd

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Track List: Bottles To The Ground

1. Bottles To The Ground

2. Lower

3. My Name Is Bud

4. Dinosaurs Will Die

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Track List: Pump Up The Valium

1. And Now For Something Completely Similar

3. What's The Matter With Parents Today?

4. Dinosaurs Will Die

5. Thank God It's Monday

7. Louise

8. Stranger Than Fishin'

9. Pharmacist's Daughter

10. Bottles To The Ground

11. Total Bummer

12. My Vagina

13. Herojuana

14. Theme From A NOFX Album

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Track List: The Decline

1. The Decline

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Track List: So Long And Thanks For All The Shoes

1. It's My Job To Keep Punk Rock Elite

2. Kids Of The K-Hole

3. Murder The Government

4. Monosyllabic Girl

5. 180 Degrees

6. All His Suits Are Torn

7. All Outta Angst

8. I'm Telling Tim

9. Champs Elysees

10. Dad's Bad News

11. Kill Rock Stars

12. Eat The Meek

13. The Desperation's Gone

14. Flossing A Dead Horse

15. Quart In Session

16. Falling In Love

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Track List: Heavy Petting Zoo

1. Hobophobic (Scared Of Bums)

2. Philthy Phil Philanthropist

3. Freedom Lika Shopping Cart

4. Bleeding Heart Disease

5. Hotdog In A Hallway

6. Release The Hostages

7. Liza

8. What's The Matter With Kids Today?

9. Love Story

10. The Black And White

11. Whatever Didi Wants

12. August 8th

13. Drop The World

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Track List: I Heard They Suck Live! (Live)

1. Intro (Live)

2. Linoleum (Live)

3. You're Bleeding (Live)

4. Moron Brothers (Live)

5. Punk Guy (Live)

6. Bob (Live)

7. Life O'Riley (Live)

8. You Drink, You Drive, You Spill (Live)

9. Nothing But A Nightmare (Sorta) (Live)

10. Easy Bay (Live)

11. Soul Doubt (Live)

12. Kill All The White Man (Live)

13. Beer Bong (Live)

14. Six Pack Girls (Live)

15. Together On The Sand (Live)

16. Nowhere (Live)

17. The Brews (Live)

18. Buggley Eyes (Live)

19. Go The F**k Home (Live)

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Track List: Punk In Drublic

1. Linoleum

2. Leave It Alone

3. Dig

4. The Cause

5. Don't Call Me White

6. My Heart Is Yearning

7. Perfect Government

8. The Brews

9. The Quass

10. Dying Degree

11. Fleas

12. Lori Meyers

13. Jeff Wears Birkenstocks

14. Punk Guy

15. Happy Guy

16. Reeko

17. Scavenger Type

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Track List: White Trash, Two Heebs And A Bean

1. Soul Doubt

2. Stickin In My Eye

3. Bob

4. You're Bleeding

5. Straight Edge

6. Liza And Louise

7. The Bag

8. Please Play This Song On The Radio

9. Warm

10. I Wanna Be Your Baby

11. Johnny Appleseed

12. She's Gone

13. Buggley Eyes

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Track List: Liberal Animation

1. Shut Up Already

2. Freedumb

3. Here Comes The Neighborhood

4. A200 Club

5. Sloppy English

6. You Put Your Chocolate In My Peanut Butter

7. Mr. Jones

8. Vegetarian Mumbo Jumbo

9. Beer Bong

10. Piece

11. I Live In A Cake

12. No Problems

13. On The Rag

14. Truck Stop Blues

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Track List: Ribbed

1. Green Corn

2. The Moron Brothers

3. Showerdays

4. Food, Sex & Ewe

5. Just The Flu

6. El Lay

7. New Boobs

8. Cheese / Where's My Slice

9. Together On The Sand

10. Nowhere

11. Brain Constipation

12. Gonoherpasyphlaids

13. I Don't Want You Around

14. The Malachi Crunch

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Track List: S&M Airlines

1. Day To Daze

2. Five Feet Under

3. Professional Crastination

4. Mean People Suck

5. Vanilla Sex

6. S&M Airlines

7. Drug Free America

8. Life O'Riley

9. You Drink, You Drive, You Spill

10. Scream For Change

11. Jaundiced Eye

12. Go Your Own Way

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Track List: 45 Or 46 Songs That Weren't Good Enough To Go On Our Other Records

Disc 1

1. Pimps And Hookers

2. All Of Me

3. We Threw Gasoline...

4. Drugs Are Good

5. Lower

6. Forming

7. Electricity

8. Lazy

9. The Plan

10. Timmy The Turtle

11. Punk Song

12. See Her Pee

13. Zyclone B Bathouse

14. Last Caress

15. Bath Of Least Resistance

16. We Aint S**t

17. San Francisco Fat

18. Vincent

19. Pump Up The Valium

20. Pods And Gods

21. Eat The Meek (Dub Mix)

22. Thalidomide Child

Disc 2

1. Fun Things To F**k

2. Juice Head

3. Three On Speed

4. New Happy Birthday Song?

5. Talking Bout Yo Mama

6. Party Enima

7. Can't Get The Stink Out

8. Go To Work Wasted

9. F**k The Kids (Revisited)

10. Whoa On The Whoas

11. Puke On Cops

12. I Gotta Pee

13. Totally F**ked

14. F**k The Kids

15. F**k The Kids II

16. I'm Telling Tim (Alt)

17. Reagan Sucks

18. Posuer

19. My Name's Bud

20. Two On Glue

21. Please Stop F**king My Mom

22. Murder The Government

23. Stranger Than Fishin

24. Eric Melvin Vs. PCP

25. Always Hate Hippies

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Track List: Maximum RocknRoll

1. Live Your Life

2. My Friends

3. Six Pack Girls

4. Bang Gang

5. Hit It Hold It Back

6. Hold It Back

7. Id

8. Cops And Donuts

9. Iron Man

10. S**tting Bricks

11. Mom's Rules

12. On My Mind

13. White Bread

14. Lager In The Dark

15. Too Mixed Up

16. Drain Bramaged

17. Bob Turkee

18. No Problems

19. Memories

20. Beast Within

21. Instramental

22. Ant Attack

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Track List: Regaining Unconsciousness

1. Medio-core

2. Idiots Are Taking Over

3. Franco Un-American

4. Hardcore 84

5. Hidden Track

x

Track List: Six Years On Dope (Single)

x

Track List: They've Actually Gotten Worse Live (Live)

1. Intro/Glass War (Live)

2. You're Wrong (Live)

3. Franco Un-American (Live)

4. Scavenger Type (Live)

5. What's The Matter With Parents Today? (Live)

6. The Longest Line (Live)

7. New Happy Birthday Song? (Live)

8. Eat The Meek (Live)

9. Murder The Government (Live)

10. Monosyllabic Girl (Live)

11. I'm Telling Tim (Live)

12. Instant Crassic (Live)

13. Can't Get The Stink Out (Live)

14. See Her Pee (Live)

15. I Wanna Be An Alcoholic (Live)

16. F**k The Kids (Live)

17. Juice Head (Live)

18. What Now My Love (Live)

19. Lori Meyers (Live)

20. We March To The Beat Of Indifferent Drum (Live)

21. I, Melvin (Live)

22. Green Corn (Live)

23. Whoops, I Od'd (Live)

24. Stickin' In My Eye (Live)

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I love NOFX . murder the government!
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Can't wait to see them at riot fest and 2 of the original Misfits
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when are they coming to arkansas
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Just seen them in riverside also, only complaint is, not enough old s**t, but other than that they kicked major assery as usual, I've seen them alot and they never disappoint me, NOFX is the punk rock s**t from an old punker who saw them for the first time back in the 80's, NOFX for life F**K YES !!!
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Just seen them in riverside ca. Show was bad a** as usual
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Punk rock b**ches
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Don't ever take my pornography
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The decline. Amazing song. NOFX will always be what other punk bands hope to be
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alexconfiden t i a l
So long and thanks for all the shoes.
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lacrossebd
Def the best punk rock band out there. the new punk sound sux compared to them and others like them.
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My favorite song is Warm from their White Trash, Two Heebs and a Bean album.
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bigsalt11
The best. I saw them many a time at the Gilman and as a young sk8er . I live in south lake now saw them a few years back at mount blu . Hands up best f**king show ever like a fine malt liquor getting better with age.
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Good Music
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To drotherdevil 6 6 6

I feel it they have that pitch and riff similarities and all that s**t
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Listen to choking victim, then some suicide machines then nofx they sound tame and kinda trendy
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lacrossebd
Love nofx f**k every one who talks s**t about them. Play for 30 years and put on amazing shows and we will talk.
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Ha 30 years ago they had hippie's in the band. Still my favorite band tho
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First rule of green dragon don't talk about green dragon
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sonicboom343
I heard they suck live
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sonicboom343
I heard they suck live
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NOFX is super sick live. I've seen them in concert more times then I can count. If u get the chance to see them I highly advise it.
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America
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got that right ;-)
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sa66141
NOFX. KEEPING IT PUNK ROCK.
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We called it america woah
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All his suits are
torn
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cesar_cepeda 0 2
Best song ever
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Oh yeah n dont call me white!!!!!!!
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Drinkin alone right now tryin to relive my better years past......so sad : (
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Nofx rules!!!!!!!
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l just broke my jaw so I listen to nofx even more lately
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Very talented hypocrites
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Nofx played el paso at the same time drknow was playing, so nofx finished early and gave flyers to knock off a few dollars off the door so people can go see drknow and fat mike was there hanging out that was cool of him, good riddance singer is a dick
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There is a lot of idiots in my school
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Who's a quitter not me
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cool album
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Straight uncut badass.
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My favorite band, friends, partied hard with these guys, I'm born raised OC,,,,,if you guy's come up to Portland Oregon, I'm going too take my 4 yr old, and newborn son ...punk rock and skating Still Rocks the World...Keep Kids Skating, S**t I'm 40+, and Still Hit the Parks Up...
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Whats bob gunna do now that he cant drink
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WHAT THE hell DO ramones HAVE TO DO WITH NO!!!!!!!!!! ! ! ! fx. NO musical similarity OTHER than there's rock instruments IN both groups. LONG LIVE NOFX.
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n_josh04
NOFX steered clear of major labels -- UHH --not true -- NOFX became a major label and became mainstream big time. Good band, but Bad Religion and Pennywise is better by far.
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nofx is good but pennywise is better

way more dynamic
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Seems like Fat Mike was right. The idiots HAVE taken over.
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did someone seriously say that punk should stay out of politics? THAT'S WHERE PUNK CAME FROM.
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@leecm337. If you think punk rock doesn't mix with politics, you're wrong.
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Wish bands would just sing their stupid songs and quit trying to be political because they know nothing!!!
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Id tie both the b**ch and the lamb up together
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I just realized Punk In Drublic mean Drunk In Public. . . . . .
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zctenten
Don't call me white. At first it seems very superficial but it is a song with a lot of meaning. I wasn't brought here I was born.
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