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NOFX: Punk In DrublicPunk In Drublic (1994)
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I can assume that most of you know who NOFX is, love them or hate them. For me, they were one of the first punk bands that I liked. They helped get me away from the KROQ crap that I used to listen to and on to things that were much better. When I bought this, it was like a light turning on. It made .
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I can assume that most of you know who NOFX is, love them or hate them. For me, they were one of the first punk bands that I liked. They helped get me away from the KROQ crap that I used to listen to and on to things that were much better. When I bought this, it was like a light turning on. It made music fun again, at least at the time. Since then, my musical tastes have changed and I listen to different things. Yet somehow, this album still seems to find it's way into my CD player every now and again. This release is probably one of the best albums NOFX has released, but I don't think it's one of the punk albums ever.

This album is good because it avoids what I think is one of the downfalls of the most recent NOFX album and that is getting overly political. Musically, the album is very sound and has good instrumentation. The songs on this record are well written and have lyrics that talk about life and taking humorous slants on topics such as stereotyping and hippie punks. Songs like Linoleum and The Brews describe Fat Mike's ideal way of life and make light hearted jabs at being Jewish. The album has a good flow to it and features many memorable songs, such as Reeko, Don't Call me White, and Perfect Government (wasn‚??t Mark Curry the guy on Hangin' with Mr. Cooper?). Good? Yes, but not perfect.

One of the problems I have with this album is that there are memorable songs, but there are also forgettable songs as well that I find myself consistently skipping over. Songs like My heart is yearning and The Happy Guy just don't do anything for me. After a while, these songs also fall in to the trap of being NOFX songs and can feel repetitive.

Here is a quote from NOFX's most recent album, The War on Errorism When did punk rock become so safe, I know it wasn't Duane or Fletcher, who put up the barricades.

You're right Fat Mike, it wasn't either of them. It was you. This album got a lot of people into the punk scene and made it more accessible and far reaching than it was before. This album is an inspiration for many of today's punk bands and for good reason. At the time, it was outstanding and it still is, to a point. But I just don't think it holds up as well as it used to.

 

 
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Daviedos9966 (May 16, 2014)

Has a few cool songs, the rest is just boring as shit.

scarypunk (August 28, 2012)

Album is ok, but I have to say the worst of 1994 punk albums.

ArejayPUNX (October 10, 2010)

Absolutely motherfucking timeless classic of a goddamn album. Da best.

MrKerplunk (October 24, 2009)

How did the cat get so fat?

FroggerWithMyLife (November 30, 2008)

Every fucking song on this album is fantastic!

C-Men (June 28, 2008)

i love this album! this is the very first cd i bought from NOFX. love it, love it, love it. this cd is the reason i love them!

Anonymous (June 11, 2007)

Whatever genere you want to say this is, it's one of NoFx's better ones I'd say (after white trash)...some good songs like linoleum and happy guy has a good point to it if you listen to the lyrics...

punksxe (May 2, 2006)

This is good NOFX it is fast and ska the music is great they actually know what there doing on this one this is the bands best album [or one of the best]the singing is anoying but good better than WOE which sucked if i were you i would get it but im not you so i can only recomend it

punksxe (May 2, 2006)

This is good NOFX it is fast and ska the music is great they actually know what there doing on this one this is the bands best album [or one of the best]the singing is anoying but good better than WOE which sucked if i were you i would get it but im not you so i can only recomend it

Anonymous (November 24, 2005)

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savvy (October 30, 2005)

I love me some NOFX! ...Reeko, try and understand....it really is that bad...it wont just go away! I

Anonymous (September 6, 2005)

uh......she probably won't see this...but I hope she does...Janelle...if you think blink-182 is fucking punk you need to shoot yerself in the head and (if yer still alive) keep breathing so i can come over there and kick you...I think blink's alright and all but "punk"? try "whiny pop punk"...god...
Vaughan
p.s. NOFX kicks everyones ass!!!

Anonymous (July 22, 2004)

i missed the hwole punk scence by a good deceade or so, (im 16), but NOFX are one of my greatest bands of all time. Along with most of their contemporaries.
And anyone who thinks NOFX are imature and talentless, I think youre just missing the point, and i feel sorry for you, NOFX rock and so does Punk in Drublic.! - n@rK

Anonymous (December 26, 2003)

A fuck off dudes who hates these album. Whahahaha. Especialy that guy who hates Rancid, because that ugly osbourne chick is in one off there video's. My answer: WHO THE FUCK CARES. Only motherfucker idols dudes.
With that "making" popstars. Wrong, wrong, wrong.

Anonymous (November 21, 2003)

Worst review ever!!!! dude i can't believe you write for interpunk. ::graynoise. Net

Anonymous (November 21, 2003)

Rancid sucks, they let the good charlotte asswipe and that stupid osbourne chick in their video. Weak!

Anonymous (November 21, 2003)

"I personally think this is one of the best punk albums of all time so I going to be biased.
But your point about how it was Fat Mike who put up all these barricades, I think it's a tad harsh to give him the blame. Offspring sold 10 million of Smash and Rancid sold loads of Let's Go in the same year, and that's not even thinking about Green Day. Surely they were and still are more popular than NOFX and would be first up against the wall when the elitist revolution comes?"

dUDE YOU FUCKIN RULE! RIGHT ON. I NEVER HEARD MTV ON THE RADIO, SAW 'EM ON MTV, OR HEARD ABOUT IT FROM CARSON DALY. I STILL HAVE THIS RECORD! WHY? IT'S FUCKING GOOD! EAT A BAG OF DICKS. THIS REVIEWER KNOWS NOTHING AND SHOULD CHOKE ON HIS SHIT AND DIE. NOFX LETS PEOPLE FIND THEIR MUSIC. IT MAY BE "IMMATURE" BUT YOU'RE STILL LISTENING TO IT. SHUT THE FUCK UP AND CHERISH THEM, THE MOST IMPORTANT PUNK BAND OF ALL TIME

Anonymous (November 18, 2003)

"Anyone who DOESNT respect these guys musically, clearly does not play nor know anything about writing music, as this band is easily one of the most musically talented "punk" bands."

Oh Yeah It takes real talent to write two minute 'songs' about taking a dump and being white trash. Real talent

Anonymous (November 17, 2003)

To the asshole who wrote: I wonder if any of the losers in this band have ever looked in the mirror....and thought to themselves: "what the hell have I done with my life? Im 40 years old with pink hair and I dress like a 13 year old. Thats a coincedence because no one over the age of 13 respects me."

Anyone who DOESNT respect these guys musically, clearly does not play nor know anything about writing music, as this band is easily one of the most musically talented "punk" bands. Besides, most 13 year olds nowadays listen to "screamo" (I like to moan and whine, someone please slit my throat cuz my middle class suburban life is so horrible) bullshit. Being 22 now, this album (along with Nirvana and all the other shit of the time) belongs to the generation who were teenagers in the early 90's. And the 13 year olds who are listening to it now are making a wise choice over all this emo shit.

Anonymous (November 17, 2003)

Now if only Rancid would come through our town on something other than (ugh) Warped Tour, I may gain some respect for them... But probably not, seeing as they aren't that good (on CD at least) and support the worst of the worst of this new pop-band fake rebellion bull shit...

-BSD

Anonymous (November 17, 2003)

Saw Rancid last night. Pretty darn good actually. They restored my faith in them.
-Janelle

ROGER MIRET was excellent. You better believe it! 4th time I saw The Disasters this year...they play the songs in the order of their record, but it's awesome anyway...got some "Career Opportunities" in there too.

Anonymous (November 17, 2003)

I personally think this is one of the best punk albums of all time so I going to be biased.
But your point about how it was Fat Mike who put up all these barricades, I think it's a tad harsh to give him the blame. Offspring sold 10 million of Smash and Rancid sold loads of Let's Go in the same year, and that's not even thinking about Green Day. Surely they were and still are more popular than NOFX and would be first up against the wall when the elitist revolution comes?

Anonymous (November 16, 2003)

fuck the president

Anonymous (November 16, 2003)

great record, horrible review

Anonymous (November 16, 2003)

Thats a bull shit theory anyway... The only 18 year olds who still worship crappy pop punk would either have to be bandwagoners or jackasses who never looked into punks roots...

-BSD

Anonymous (November 16, 2003)

I'm over 18 and I think they're retards.
-Janelle

How's that for your theory?

sloppyblake (November 16, 2003)

i consider blink182 punk. you'd be surprised how many other people would agree with me on that who are over 18.

Anonymous (November 15, 2003)

To be honest, nothing of any importance ever gets to the public. It's all preaching to the converted. The first few bands around, I love it (Crass, Discharge, etc.), but there comes a time when it's just crap... I already know about most of the stuff bands preach about, as does most of their audience... Some LEGIT band needs to get hugely popular and just destroy this new wave of feel good music... Punk's been safe for twenty years.

-BSD

Anonymous (November 15, 2003)

"your a fucking idiot how is fat mike making punk rock safe when hes the only one writing lyrics that mean something. like hes talking shit about the president that dosent seem to safe to me."

Are you fucking serious? Good for Fat Mike for saying something important, but to say he's the ONLY ONE writing lyrics that mean something? Oh my boy, you have a lot to learn...

-Janelle
CHARLIE HARPER, JOEY SHITHEAD, DAVE DICTOR WHERE ARE YOU?!

Anonymous (November 15, 2003)

Seriously, who considers Blink 182 real punk? Are we kidding ourseleves, gateway drug my ass!

Anonymous (November 15, 2003)

this band should be killed. they are a bunch of un-positive druggie losers

Anonymous (November 15, 2003)

this band should be killed. they are a bunch of un-positive druggie losers

Anonymous (November 15, 2003)

your a fucking idiot how is fat mike making punk rock safe when hes the only one writing lyrics that mean something. like hes talking shit about the president that dosent seem to safe to me.

Anonymous (November 15, 2003)

"The fact that the 'music' these losers create never evolved into anything other than three chords and machine gun drumming shows that they never matured as musicians or people.....pretty fucking pathetic!"

well, doesnt that statement apply to every punk band in a way.

CrankWillDestroy (November 15, 2003)

yep, i like happy guy too. good song

Anonymous (November 15, 2003)

wow, i haven't listened to this record in 3 years. thanks for the refresher, i guess.

ps. my gateway drug into the scene was milo goes to college by the descendents...although something about all the dick jokes blink 182 makes really makes me want to rebel and stuff. (jokes = funny)

Anonymous (November 14, 2003)

The fact that the 'music' these losers create never evolved into anything other than three chords and machine gun drumming shows that they never matured as musicians or people.....pretty fucking pathetic!

Anonymous (November 14, 2003)

politics in punk? the horror!!!
-lunk

Anonymous (November 14, 2003)

I like Happy Guy! My favourite Nofx album would be either White Trash or ribbed. Max and Lib are godawful. Their best EP was.....THE DECLINE. This review became annoying when you said "they've gotten too political" Yes, she nubs, mediocre and anarchy camp are huge social critiques

-bemused-

Anonymous (November 14, 2003)

seriously folks, blink 182 INVENTED the genre.
-J
before them there was nothing - a vast wasteland, they are infallible.

Anonymous (November 14, 2003)

Oh yes I remember back in the day when Blink were MAD hardcore.

-BSD

Anonymous (November 14, 2003)

BSD...BSD...BSD...
Best EVER must be - drum roll please - Blink 182's masterpiece "Dude Ranch". Uh huh...
-Janelle

The EPITOME of punkfuckingrock and don't you forget it.

Anonymous (November 14, 2003)

Hahahaha. The greatest punk album ever is "And Out Come the Wolves"... We ALL know that, J!!!

-BSD

Anonymous (November 14, 2003)

"PID is for me one of the best PUNK ROCK record ever made, i've through a lot of different stuff but this is the shit."

Sure it's a good record. But NOWHERE NEAR one of the best ever. No. No.
-Janelle

ok now, let the beatdown begin...

Anonymous (November 14, 2003)

Zzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz-old punker-

Anonymous (November 13, 2003)

"Hey Cocksucker... This CD came out like 3 years ago. We dont need your review now. Sorry that you just discovered NOFX last week. douchebag"

1994-2003=3 years. im not going to make fun of you,instead im going to admire you in all your greatness

Anonymous (November 13, 2003)

one of the first 5 punk albums i owned, along w/ dookie, and out come the wolves. probably nofx's best, less funny than the more recent material, and less political.this is about where they peaked as musicians and fat mike as a songwriter, although they branced out more w/ ska and slower tempos on the newer stuff.hard to argue linoleum isnt their best song. a must have for punk fans, along w/ op ivy energy, and out come the wolves, no control, dookie london calling etc etc etc

toma (November 13, 2003)

Hey Cocksucker... This CD came out like 3 years ago. We dont need your review now. Sorry that you just discovered NOFX last week. douchebag
where've you been dude, this cd came out almost 10 years ago

Anonymous (November 13, 2003)

Hey Cocksucker... This CD came out like 3 years ago. We dont need your review now. Sorry that you just discovered NOFX last week. douchebag

atlast69 (November 13, 2003)

i fell in love with PUNK ROCK music about 10 years ago when i first i heard the song LINOLEUM. and to day im still and more into that kind of music. PID is for me one of the best PUNK ROCK record ever made, i've through a lot of different stuff but this is the shit...long life for NOFX and long life for PUNK ROCK...kepp rockin' baby!!!

CrankWillDestroy (November 13, 2003)

one my favorite cds. this one definitely got me into punk rock.

CallingLondon (November 13, 2003)

"This is the guy from Me First and the Gimme Gimmes side-project right?

I thought thier new cd was called "The War on Errorism." I've never heard of this album before, but it's probably not as good as "Heavy Petting Zoo.""

was that a joke? i mean, come on...

Anonymous (November 13, 2003)

nofx>rancid

Anonymous (November 13, 2003)

did we all forget about so long and thanks for the shoes? that cd it 10 times better than PID. way more diverse. faster punk and ska too. nofx rules anyhow they are respectable popish-punk w/ real punk lyrics. like rancid id say. or sex pistols

Anonymous (November 13, 2003)

my gateway drug = s&m airlines

Anonymous (November 12, 2003)

first of all why are you reviewing this album?

second of all. . .by "safe" he means as in an attitude, not music

over 500,000 people have bought this record based on touring and word of mouth, that's damn impressive

Anonymous (November 12, 2003)

that was me -TahoeJeff

Anonymous (November 12, 2003)

yeah..I'm oblivious...whatever...NOFX has been a integral part of the scene. Sure Fat Mike may have some views that people dont agree with and sure some of the songs arent really serious...but you know sometimes you gotta laugh at all the shit that goes on in this world. Its a fucked up place and a little bit of sattire and humor never hurt anything.I'm just sick and fucking tired of hearing people bash this band. Fat Mike has run the band and the label with a DIY ethic...they have never sold out. The fact that they've become so big is testament to how good they really are...getting big without any mainstream radio airplay or videos on mtv... this album even went gold...And thanks to fat we've been introduced to a bunch of awesome bands, Strung Out, Lagwagon, Snuff...just to name a few...id even be willing to bet that you punker than thou fucks were probably turned on to punk by these guys and are for some stupid reason too ashamed to admit it..you suddenly became too punk rock for you're own good...I always thought punk was about conveying a message..and sure nofx doesnt always convey it seriously, but you have to give them credit, whether you agree with them or not...it seems like they've been supporting causes more actively and publicly. The PETA comp, punkvoter.com, the rock against bush tour and compilation...I've even started to see interviews in magazines. Nofx is at least doing something and getting their message out there...Maybe i'm oblivious...but I know when to give credit where credit is due..and Nofx deserves a lot of it.

Anonymous (November 12, 2003)

Tahoe Jeff is ONE oblivious dude

Anonymous (November 12, 2003)

This album does hold up. In ten years it will still be amazing.

Anonymous (November 12, 2003)

This album made punk rock safer. It was less offensive and more acceptable.

TahoeJeff (November 12, 2003)

and no..nofx is still around

TahoeJeff (November 12, 2003)

yes..that makes perfect sense..send them bullets because you know how NOFX is so pro-gun...fucking douche bag

Anonymous (November 12, 2003)

This band should be killed. They should all be mailed guns with one bullet in them.

Anonymous (November 12, 2003)

irish joo is a lame ass pop punker

Anonymous (November 12, 2003)

i heard NOFX broke up. . .is this true?

that would kind of make me sad, they were my favorite band when i was a little punker, junior high style.

Anonymous (November 12, 2003)

i like nofx and all. but the first 'punk' cd, i ever heard was dude ranch by blink....it was such a gateway drug

Anonymous (November 12, 2003)

How did Fat Mike make punk rock more accessible? Let's see...they never signed to a major label, never put videos on MTV...love em or hate em, NOFX never sold out and for that I respect them.

Anonymous (November 12, 2003)

Point of clarification: I was referring to the author's arguments, not Fat Mike's regarding the barricades. (And it's not about barricades at shows...)

Anonymous (November 12, 2003)

Barricades between the crowd and bands at punk shows? Just a guess...

A good album, but overrated by most Nofx fans if you ask me. I'd probably count this as the 5th best behind White Trash, Ribbed, Longest Line and Heavy Petting Zoo. I'd say I Heard They Suck Live is better too, if that counts...

...evildeadalive

Anonymous (November 12, 2003)

"Here is a quote from NOFX‚??s most recent album, The War on Errorism When did punk rock become so safe, I know it wasn‚??t Duane or Fletcher, who put up the barricades.

You‚??re right Fat Mike, it wasn‚??t either of them. It was you. This album got a lot of people into the punk scene and made it more accessible and far reaching than it was before."

Anyone care to explain how the quote from the song backs up his argument? I'm confused... If Fat Mike put up barricades, how did he make punk more accessible?!?!

My head hurts...

Anonymous (November 12, 2003)

happy guy is one of the best songs on this album. bad review.

Anonymous (November 12, 2003)

it s amazing how hardcore kids have become. anyways, i remember buying this record when it came out, it was good stuff, but then heavy petting zoo came out and i lost interest in these guys. but in the time between the releaseof white trash and the release of Petting Zoo, i enjoyed NOFX, and i still own everything before that zoo record and every now and then ill put one in. i guess im not hardcore enough. but i think ribbed and S&M airlines are the funnest records.

Anonymous (November 12, 2003)

I wonder if any of the losers in this band have ever looked in the mirror....and thought to themselves: "what the hell have I done with my life? Im 40 years old with pink hair and I dress like a 13 year old.Thats a coincedence because no one over the age of 13 respects me."

Anonymous (November 12, 2003)

good, I thought this was the begining of the end for NOFX. I'd call "Ribbed" and "White Trash" their best, probably the two albums by these guys i can listen to through and through. With "Punk in Drublic" they started to put together some very forgetable songs, uninteresting lyrically and musically. They bland-ass Ryan Greene production also does them no favors either (Donnell Cameron's White Trash sounds eons better). They've had a few bright spots here and there since .. the Decline comes to mind...

--Cos

Greenvandal (November 12, 2003)

heavy petting zoo wins for me. Only album by NOFX i like.

Hubitcherkokov (November 12, 2003)

Concerning the best NOFX album, in my opinion I'd give the nod to "The War On Errorism". Its also up there on my list of favorite albums to come out this year.

punky (November 11, 2003)

Might be the best nofx album...

Anonymous (November 11, 2003)

"Leave the politics to fox news!"

So funny it hurts....

TahoeJeff (November 11, 2003)

to answer the Mark Curry Question..this is from the Nofx website in the Q & A section.

The lyrics to "Perfect Government" are some of the best I've ever read. I was wondering who Mark Curry is and what his relationship with the band is?

Mark Curry is my step brother. He and I were in our first band together. He signed a solo deal with Virgin and I hooked up with NOFX. -EL HEFE

thriceequalsgod (November 11, 2003)

even though most people that visit this site know this cd, the review was pretty bad...

Anonymous (November 11, 2003)

This is the guy from Me First and the Gimme Gimmes side-project right?

I thought thier new cd was called "The War on Errorism." I've never heard of this album before, but it's probably not as good as "Heavy Petting Zoo."

TahoeJeff (November 11, 2003)

the first NOFX cd that I heard was White trash.... one of my friends got it when it first came out...I liked it, it was funny...but didnt really understand what I was hearing..I didnt really know about "punk"..I was only 12 and i had grown up pretty sheltered in a christian school...fast forward to '94...Green Day drops dookie...I win a copy from some radio station...I listen to it and I'm blown away...I wanted more...so I went to the local record store and I saw this gem sitting on the new release shelf..I remembered the name and was like..they had that funny song about bob, So I picked it up and a whole new world was opened up to me...This was one of those albums that changed my life...

8dollarclarinetsolo (November 11, 2003)

this is a pretty good cd, it suffers from the classic nofx flaw of making you want to skip tracks, but not as much as many of the other cds... certainly a classic

dignin (November 11, 2003)

I sold all my NOFX records except this one, good stuff

Anonymous (November 11, 2003)

haha i hate it when people correct grammar unless its truly awful, but i couldn't help but chuckle at the statement that this album
"isn't one of the punk albums ever"

i knew what you meant, and you might have even left it like that BECAUSE we knew what you meant, but its a good album anyways so the end

Jesse (November 11, 2003)

This CD is probably the most inflencial CDs of my life. It roped me in when I was in 6th grade; I know all the songs on it so well. I still play it, even though I never listen to "punk" anymore.

Anonymous (November 11, 2003)

this is not one of the best punk albums ever, but it is one of the big classics. this did get most of the kids that are into punk now, i know it got me. however, i have never considered offspring or green day as punk bands. i just though of them as just some more bands for alternative radio. even when i was 12. nofx was a breakaway from that for me.

-el vaquero
my vote goes to white trash

sickboi (November 11, 2003)

Just out of curiosity, the comment from "War On Errorism", is he referring to Duane Peters and Fletcher Dragge?

Anonymous (November 11, 2003)

fat mike is a retard. Best nofx album ever. Leave the politics to fox news! ha you're all stupid democrats w/ their head in their butt

Anonymous (November 11, 2003)

Mark Curry was the guy from "Hangin With Mr. Cooper" and he was on "Don't Forget Your Toothbrush." I can't help but think it was a different Mark Curry that wrote Perfect Government

stealth (November 11, 2003)

greatest album name

Anonymous (November 11, 2003)

Pretty goodish record... Not that great, but fun enough. Has a few really good songs, the rest are what would be recognized now as standard pop-punk...

-BSD

Anonymous (November 11, 2003)

first punk album i ever bought and still love it to this very day.

Anonymous (November 11, 2003)

this record is amazing but i cant help but wonder...why review it NOW?! everyone already has their own opinion on it. seems like a waste of time.

Anonymous (November 11, 2003)

how can you say that a downfall of this nofx is that they get over political. for christs sake this site should be called emonews.org

Anonymous (November 11, 2003)

yes, this record, "Let's Go", Offspring's "Smash", and "Dookie" did kinda start that "punk revival" thing...

AnaMorph0sIs (November 11, 2003)

I'm not a NOFX fan myself, I actually despise much of their music (including parts of this album), but I do recognize how much NOFX has contributed to a community worldwide. And yeah, it's not like this stuff is salvation by audio or anything, but as the reviewer points out, this album probably turned a lot of people onto interesting and alternative music, which I would say is a good thing.

sloppyblake (November 11, 2003)

my 3rd least favorite nofx disc. coming in 1st and 2nd are s&m airlines and maximum rock and roll.

white trash or heavy petting zoo are my favorites.

the longest line not too far behind. short, but sweet.

Anonymous (November 11, 2003)

def one of the best punk albums ever, for the simple fact that it got so many people, just like our reviewer, into punk rock when it came out. Just like dookie by green day, its def a classic. Look at how many fucking kids got into punk through green day, probally a lot wouldnt admit it, but we all know that its true. Not to mention this album is just pure unadulturated good fucking music from start to finish.

Anonymous (November 11, 2003)

I'll agree with the reviewer and say that this disc opened doors to music I would have otherwise never heard.

Anonymous (November 11, 2003)

"Tied with White Trash for best Nofx disc."

i wholeheartedly agreee. possibly the 2 NOFX albums you'll want to own stright up.

Ramo

Anonymous (November 11, 2003)

Wow this hasn't been reviewed yet?! The Brews and Linoleum, ya hey
-Janelle

BeaArthur (November 11, 2003)

Forgettable songs? No. This album is a modern day classic. Tied with White Trash for best Nofx disc.

Anonymous (November 11, 2003)

You're a bufoon.

inagreendase (November 11, 2003)

Where's the [2]?

My 2nd favorite NoFx album. I can't help but love PUtV the best.

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