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NOFX To Release Another Compilation Album

Written by Jason Strange on June 24, 2010

In a year where Fat Mike has made headlines for all the wrong reasons (re: his Cokie the clown performance) NOFX are about to release a companion, 45 or 46 Songs That Weren’t Good Enough To Go On Our Other Records. ‘The Longest EP’ will feature all of their officially released EPs condensed onto one disc.

Track Listing

1. The Death of John Smith
2. The Longest Line
3. Stranded
4. Remnants
5. Kill All the White Man
6. I Wanna Be an Alcoholic
7. Perverted
8. My Name Is Bud
9. Hardcore 84
10. War on Errorism Commercial
11. 13 Stitches (Acoustic)
12. Glass War
13. Jaw Knee Music
14. Concerns of a GOP Neo-phyte
15. Golden Boys
16. You’re Wrong
17. Everything in Moderation (Especially Moderation)
18. I’m Going to Hell for This One
19. I’ve Become a Cliché
20. Cokie the Clown
21. Straight Outta Massachusetts
22. Fermented and Flailing
23. Codependence Day
24. My Orphan Year (Acoustic)
25. S&M Airlines (7” version)
26. Dueling Retards
27. On the Rag
28. A200 Club
29. Shut Up Already
30. The Punk Song

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