Friday, November 06, 2009

NOFX: DOTM

I am a little surprised that I have never done a DOTM for these guys. I have not really listened to them too much lately but a couple of days ago I started listening to their album So Long and Thanks for the Shoes which I peronsally consider their best and it inspired me to write one up for them.

For my regular readers, sorry guys this is really the best you are going to get out of me for a while in regards to blogging. I just don't feel like I have anything important to say right now.

Liberal Animation
Released independently in 1988.
Produced by NOFX.
Band lineup:
Fat Mike - vocals/bass; Eric Melvin - guitar; Dave Cassilas - guitar; Erik Sandlin - drums.
Tracks: 14

S&M Airlines
Released in September 1989 by Epitaph.
Produced by Brett Gurewitz.
Lineup changes:
Al Bino replaced Dave on guitar.
Tracks: 12

Ribbed
Released in March 1991 by Epitaph.
Produced by Brett Gurewitz.
Lineup changes:
Steve Kidwiller replaced Al Bino on guitar.
Tracks: 14

Maximum Rocknroll
Released in January 1992 by Mystic Records.
Produced by Doug Moody.
This album which consists of early singles and demos should not really even be considerd an official album because it was released without consent of the band.

White Trash, Two Heebs and a Bean
Released in September 1992 by Epitaph.
Produced by NOFX and Donnell Cameron.
Lineup changes:
Erik Ghint replaced Erik Sandlin on drums and El Hefe replaced Steve Kidwiller on guitar.
Tracks: 13
Highlights:
"Soul Doubt" "Bob" "Straight Edge" Liza and Louise" and "Please Play This Song on the Radio"

Punk in Drublic
Released in July 1994 by Epitaph
Produced by Ryan Greene and Fat Mike
No line up changes.
Tracks: 17
Highlights:
"Linoleum" "Dont' Call Me White" and "The Brews"

I Heard They Suck Live
Live album released in August 1995 by Fat Wreck Chords.
It was recorded at the Roxy in Hollywood in January 1995.
Tracks: 19

Heavy Petting Zoo
Released in January 1996 by Epitaph.
Produced by Ryan Greene and NOFX.
No lineup changes.
Tracks: 13

So Long and Thanks For All the Shoes
Released in September 1997 by Epitaph.
Produced by Fat Mike and Ryan Greene.
No lineup changes.
Tracks: 16
Highlights:
"Monosyllabic Girl" "All Outta Angst" "Champs Elysses" "Dad's Bad News" "Kill Rock Stars" "The Desperations Gone" and "Quart in Session"

Pump Up the Valium
Released in June 2000 by Epitaph.
Produced by Ryan Greene and Fat Mike.
No lineup changes.
Tracks: 14

45 or 46 Songs That Weren't Good Enough to Go on Our Other Records
Double album released in May 2002 by Fat Wreck Chords.
Various producers.
Tracks: 47 (go figure)
Consists of songs that were featured on compilation albums, singles or b-sides.

The War on Errorism
Released in May 2003 by Fat Wreck Chords.
Produced by Ryan Greene and Fat Mike.
No line up changes.
Tracks: 14

The Greatest Songs Ever Written (By Us!)
Compilation album released in November 2004 by Epitaph.
Various producers.
Tracks: 27

Wolves in Wolves Clothing
Released in April 2006 by Fat Wreck Chords.
No line up changes
Tracks: 19

They've Actually Gotten Worse Live!
Live album released in November 2007 by Fat Wreck Chords.
Tracks: 24

Coaster
Released in April 2009 by Fat Wreck Chords.
Produced by Bill Stevenson.
No lineup changes.
Tracks: 12

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