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They're the best.
on 14 November 2005
After reading other reviews, I got the impression that this was an album for only the most die-hard NoFX fans. Well I had all their studio albums, and I love em, though I'm not obsessed enough to spend endless nights searching the net for 7"s (though I have done that for other bands). So I thought it would be worth it.
Anyway, having bought the album I was thrilled with it. I mean more of the same, several surprises, a few experiments and a nice little booklet to read, isn't that just what every avid fan wants? Well its what I wanted and it's exactly what I got.
Although there are loadsa songs on each disc, it wraps up in just perfect time, a nice half-an-hour-or-so for each disc.
Faves: Drugs are Good, Eat the Meek (dub mix - not as gd as the original but still gd), Pimps and Hookers, Fun things to F*ck. Well hell, all of em. A couple of downers like Thalomide Child but I'm not so much into their earlier stuff as Fatty's voice wasn't as tuneful, and there's nothing on here i'd say was downright dismal.
So yeah, damn good. Go get it if you like NoFX. If you don't, WHY ARE YOU HERE READING THIS???