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No Use For a Name: Hard Rock BottomHard Rock Bottom (2002)
Fat Wreck Chords
Reviewer Rating: 5
Contributed by: rest_easyrest_easy40
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I have to say, I've always loved NUFAN. That's why I was so eager to hear this release and share with everyone just how damn good it is. It starts off with "Feels like Home". This is a soft minute intro with wonderful lyrics and very light guitar. This opens up into track 2 "International You Day"..
I have to say, I've always loved NUFAN. That's why I was so eager to hear this release and share with everyone just how damn good it is. It starts off with "Feels like Home". This is a soft minute intro with wonderful lyrics and very light guitar. This opens up into track 2 "International You Day". This ironically opens up with the lyrics "I'm sorry I took so long, to write this song..." This flows ever so nicely much like songs from more betterness. "Pre-Medicated murder" opens up light with a violin sound and then guitars and vocals punch through. It's a short, fun song. "dumb Reminders" is next. This has a great beat and flow to it where at points it'll break down to just light guitar, drums, and vocals, then burst back into what it started. "Any Number Can Play". I absolutely love this song. This could also have opened the album if was so decided. It has that light vocal intro with the song never really losing that feeling. We continue with "Friends of the Enemy". This has a bob your head, move your body beat to it. You just wanna sing along with this song. It almost reminds me of "6 Degrees Of Misty", but I can't place why.
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