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2000 is (not) the year of NOFX! But don't listen to the hype; listen to the record. Pump Up The Valuum is more clever, more irreverent and more crude than NOFX has ever been: and hot on the heels of the unprecedented The Decline, an amazing 18 minute punk-a-thon, NOFX come slamming back with 14 instant classics (in about 32 minutes).

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  • Audio CD (9 Aug. 2004)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: CD
  • Label: Epitaph
  • ASIN: B0002ONAMY
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (4 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 71,176 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By leo on 6 Jan. 2005
Format: Audio CD
i have been following nofx for the last few years, and got most of their albums. i have always liked like greatly, despite them being 'underground' kinda. they are a great underrated punk rock band, lyrically vulgar, funny and political, or just random. this album is great, and has all the best songs they ever made, but where's my vagina? anyway, great tracks, showing the musical ability of NOFX i hope this isn't the end, the new track shows they ares till capable of producing great records. long live nofx.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By "mcknightsio" on 29 Jan. 2005
Format: Audio CD
when bands release a greatest hits albums im always a bit dubious, for a start its seen as a bit sell out, something people do when they reach the end of the road but im hoping nofx have a lot more in them. its not a load of records that other people think are good, but it is devoted to a band that have changed the face of punk in the last 20ish years. as the title says it is full of 'The Greatest Songs Ever....' the 'written by us' adds a bit of humour and shows that nofx are for jokes and all. im not sure who chose the songs but they are a good mix of nofx past and present. now buying this album will not fill you with nofx knowledge in one listen, you wont get the same affect as listening to five or six different albums and flicking through the sleeves, but it is, if you like nofx in a nutshell. i suppose it would be good as a first album just to see if you like the sound. it may also be good for a so-called hard core nofx fan since its got a load of pictures and information about the band that i never knew, the new song 'wore out the soles of my party boots' is also amazing.
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By sean paul mccann VINE VOICE on 9 Jun. 2009
Format: Audio CD
if you are a nofx fanatic then this wouldnt hold much appeal bar the brand new track tagged on at the end,if you are a casual nofx fan like myself and own just a few albums then this 27 track greatest hits album is the ticket hey.
The album lifts about 3 tracks from all their albums up to 2004 or so and although some will moan about omissions here and there this is a quality album.
Nofx are a popular band who have fought to remain unsigned and dont want their videos on mtv,i did see a video for franco un-american on mtv once,anyway,they are a band that buy into the ethos of doing it for the fans and this rapid album is loaded with punky snappy numbers along with slower,ska influences and the lads sing about all kinds of serious and comical stuff.
I really enjoyed this album and should lead me to getting a few more of their studio albums so a job well done.
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1 of 4 people found the following review helpful By "oli6665" on 31 May 2005
Format: Audio CD
This is the definative collection for one of the greatest punk bands ever. It gives a real flavour of what they are like and how they have progressed and it seems grown up ( cough war on errorism cough). You compare them to any other band out there ( on the punk scene) and you cant find any band as commited as nofx. they have been going over 15 years now and never seem to stop thier endless flow of anthemic songs. after you've read this and gone and bought the album...theres only one thing to say....PUMP UP THE VALUUM!!
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7 of 8 people found the following review helpful
NOFX's Greatest Songs Ever Written, 2004 Epitaph Records 9 Jun. 2005
A Kid's Review - Published on
Format: Audio CD
First off, I'd like to start by saying, NOFX is one of my all-time favorite bands ever. They are a very good So-Cal punk band. They have many very good, catchy songs. This compilation is a greatest hits album spanning their 21 year career. I do think they left off some key hits, and some of the songs on the compilation would have been better replaced with some of these songs, but overall it is a pretty good collection. I love every song on it. Some of the songs that should have been on that aren't are:

The Brews

Six Pack Girls

Monosyllabic Girl

The Pharmacist's Daughter

Freedom Like a Shopping Cart

Irrationality of Reality

Mr. Jones

Where's My Slice?

and more....

My personal favorites on the album:

Dinosaurs Will Die

Don't Call Me White


Bottles to the Ground


Shut Up Already

Franco Unamerican

180 Degrees

Since these songs are all already released, there is no point in reviewing every single one of these songs, so I will just review the extra, unreleased track 'wore out the soles of my party boots'.

Wore Out the Soles of My Party Boots- a great, catchy humorous song about becoming old in punk rock. i like it alot. deffinately deserves 5/5.

If you're a big nofx song, you probably don't need to bother buying this. Do what I did and just download the bonus track off if I-Tunes, it's only a buck, and its really better than paying 10-15 bucks for the cd and only getting one song you dont have. yet, if you're a new fan just getting into nofx, this is a good place to start. otherwise, just buy all the albums, they all are awesome. long live nofx!
5 of 6 people found the following review helpful
14 Albums, 16 EP's And Numerous Complilations... 26 Nov. 2004
By Aaron Weakley - Published on
Format: Audio CD
There are `Greatest Hits' and `Best Of' albums everywhere you look at the moment - not surprisingly just in time for Christmas. But I have to say, I was not expecting one from punk legends NOFX. A band who make no secret of their disdain for the music industry and its money-grubbing ways. So it is with a certain level of irony that Fat Mike and the band have put together a `Best Of' package with one previously unreleased song (a common major label ploy to assure purchases). Politics aside, NOFX have been one of the best, if not funniest punk bands (album titles include `S&M Airlines', `Punk In Drublic', `I Heard They Suck Live' etc) of the last twenty years and this collection is a great introduction if you happened to have missed them. For the long-time fans, not everyone will be happy. But how the hell were they going to please the masses? 14 albums, 16 EP's and numerous compilations - all with songs at an average of 2 minutes - that is a lot of tracks to choose from. I think they got pretty close (`The Malachi Crunch' being the only glaring omission in this reviewers eyes), and it would be a worthwhile addition to any CD rack. 27 songs, 62 minutes, under 12 dollars = Ridiculously Good Value.
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
awesome 31 July 2005
By Nofx Person - Published on
Format: Audio CD
Nofx is my favorite band.i have listened to nofx and picked up everything i could done by these guys.In no way are Nofx *pop* They are punk rock and ska.Fat Mike has written lyrics that make me bust a gut when listening to them.23 years still isn't slowing these punk rockers down.

Sure there are a few songs missing from this collection but isn't that the same with every greatest hits album?I know that I liked a few songs that weren't on the ramones greatest hits album and it was still a great cd.The same goes for this cd.This cd has great songs on it from dinosaurs will die to wore out the soles of my party boots.

It seems as though nofx didn't want to get popular put they came through with hilarious lyrics and built a fan base.Nofx is a great band and every nofx fan should get this.
4 of 5 people found the following review helpful
Amazing Collection 27 Mar. 2005
By jeda - Published on
Format: Audio CD
I don't care if they left off songs. This is still and amazing collection of 27 great NoFX songs. It features a lot of classic and great NoFX songs from throughout their career. If you want more, get some of their CDs, but if you are just starting to like NoFX or want to hear a slice of them, this is an excellent cd. I like it especcially, because it puts a lot of good songs on one CD. I reccomend it.

Favorite Songs: "Dinosaurs Will Die", "Thank God It's Monday", "Bottles to the Ground" off 'Pump Up The Valuum', "Linoleum" off 'Punk In Drublic', "The Idiots Are Taking Over", "The Seperation of Church and Skate" and "Franco Un-American" off ' The War On Errorism', "Bleeding Heart Disease" off 'Heavy Petting Zoo', "Stickin' In My Eye" off 'White Trash, Two Heebs, And A Bean', "Don't Call Me White" off 'Don't Call Me White', "It's My Job To Keep Punk Rock Elite" and "All Outta Angst" off 'So Long And Thanks For All The Shoes', and all the rest are great, but these are just my favorites, but I love listening to this CD all the way through. It also includes one previously unreleased song.
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
Good Introduction to NOFX 9 Feb. 2006
By Wish I Was A Rockstar - Published on
Format: Audio CD
I bought this album after downloading a few NOFX songs and thoroughly enjoying them. This is a great introduction to the band and contains some of their best songs. "Bob", "Don't Call Me White", "Franco Un-American", "Longest Line", and "Separation of Church & Skate" are my favorites. Theres one problem though: some missing songs. "Please Play This Song On The Radio" is easily one of NOFX's most clever and catchy songs, and it definetly should've been included on here. "The Brews" is a fun grungy sing a long tune, as is "My Vagina". Also, "Together On The Sand" is a really funny jazzy beach pop song that was left off.
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