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NOFX’s New Album ‘Self Entitled’ Out In September

Written by Kiel Egging on July 21, 2012

Veteran US punks NOFX will release their 12th studio record Self Entitled on September 11.

NME and Ultimate Guitar have posted the tracklisting and other details about the album, which was produced by Bill Stevenson and will be released on frontman Fat Mike’s record label – Fat Wreck Records.

The first track to be released off the album is Ronnie and Mags, which will be out on August 14.

Self Entitled is the first studio record from the band since 2009’s Coaster. They re-released an old EP – Thalidomide Child , which was originally recorded in 1984 – on 7-inch vinyl last year.

Tracklisting:

01. 72 Hookers
02. I Believe in Goddess
03. Ronnie & Mags
04. She Didn’t Lose Her Baby
05. Secret Society
06. I, Fatty
07. Cell Out
08. Down With The Ship
09. My Sycophant Others
10. This Machine Is 4
11. I’ve Got One Jealous Again, Again
12. Xmas Has Been X’ed

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