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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, Rovi
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Track List: Bottles To The Ground

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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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http://www.f u n n y o r d i e . c o m / v i d e o s / e 0 4 5 8 4 f d 2 f / t h e - s u b s t i t u t e - d a t e
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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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roach1229
@leecm337. If you think punk rock doesn't mix with politics, you're wrong.
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leecm337
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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stclair84
I just realized Punk In Drublic mean Drunk In Public. . . . . .
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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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james.proffi t t 7 4
Hahaha eat your oatmeal might be the funniest names I've seen on here haha
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You can call me Walter W.
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my jam
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I like the album art for Heavy Petting Zoo, its like he's jerking the sheep off xD
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"I'm not crazy, that's not true- I've got a bed." I've got a bed, am I crazy?



Note: I'm quite aware that's not the meaning of the song, before anyone freaks out at me.
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NOFX brings back memories f**king love these guys
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hwilson556
Been waiting for nofx to appear on my misfits station for a month. After seeing fatty dressed as a clown not sure I'm down anymore. Why no punk in drublic pandora? Thumbs down to this sell out crap.
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Nofx is dope as fuckk.... 30 years deep that's when you know this shitt is for life
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Miss my sk8 & surf life.
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Ramones are the best
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aaronkhill
white trash two heebs and a bean!!!!!
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why you do peepee in my tequila fat mike
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Even haters gotta respect what NoFX has done in the punk rok scene. The impact that these guys have been responsible for, topped w/ Fat Mike's contribution s have ..... S**t... F**K ALL YOU HATERS..... NOFX , after like 30yrs, still kill it... catch em live... then tell me how much they SUCK!.... F**K YOU & the HORSE YOU RODE IN-ON.....LO N G LIVE NOFX..., FTW... (I crak me up)...
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F**k all you punk rock haters. If you don't like it don't listen
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NoFX!!! last show I aw them at was SRH Fest at the Hard Rock Pool Vegas summer 2012
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f**k nofx
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F**k the Ramones
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simonl760
If u think nofx is the best plan a comment right here ------------ - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ < _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ lol right hereeeeee
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Clash*
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NOFX is pretty good but not the best. Ramones are legends so are the sex pistols and the clasg
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The best band ever! I <3 nofx!!!
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Saw them with Screeching Weasel in the mid 90's. Best show EVER!
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carlosportel l 0
F**k the sog
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most talented punk band ever!!!! NOFX kicks bunz!!
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220kats if I knew u I would play NOFX non stop to c u take ur top off...would love to c that!
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The best Punk Rock band I know. Fat Mike is an amazing musician and knows his politics.
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Ha....i really love that every song every album is completly kick a**...im proud tobe from los angeles ..okey dog b**ches.....
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Still makes me want to take my top off. ; )
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These guys are still my favorite band, evne though I disagree with most of thier politics and think they kinda phioned in Self-Entitle d , or at least ehat I've heard of it.
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My first time in a mosh was at nofx show
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Seen them live before with teenage bottlerocket one of the best shows I've seen. I hope people understand I heard they suck live is a inside joke the band came up with.
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Every time you listen to a new one of their songs, it becomes your favorite.
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NoFx is f*€kin' by far the best punk out there. Been an avid listener of theirs since the very early 90's.
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bio should read a couple of drunk kids got together and jammed the f**k out. love the music if not than suck it nerd!
love you guys rock on please!
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