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This review is from: Stoke Extinguisher (Audio CD)
Following on from Self-Entitled, NOFX's best album since Pump Up The Valuum, comes this sextet of punk-rawk riffage featuring one new song (Stoke Extinguisher), a few tracks released as 7 inch b-sides at the beginning of the year (New Year's Revolution, Wore out ...), a demo of 'I Believe In Goddess' (originally on Self-Entitled), a song from the Tony Sly tribute album (The Shortest Pier) and a reworking of 'Wore Out The Soles of My Party Boots' (previously released on The Greatest Songs Ever Written By Us). Lasting about 13 minutes it's typical NOFX - Fat Mike singing 'kinda flat', Smelly's energetic, uptempo percussion, Hefe and Melvin's buzz-saw guitars, Fat Mike's witty, yet underrated lyrics especially on 'My Stepdad's A Cop and My Stepmom's A Domme' etc etc. Worth getting if you're a NOFX fan but you have to question the logic of releasing this 6 track EP when four more tracks would've made an album. Don't spend any more than a fiver on it.