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NOFX - So Long and Thanks for All the Shoes LP (lower price)

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NOFX's 1997 classic back in stock for the first time in 2 years. Many of the Epitaph-era albums are coming back into circulation. Others are coming soon.

There were rumors at the time that NOFX was actually calling it quits. Ducky Boys opened the last show of their tour up in Buffalo and I asked the merch guy if they were breaking up. He said "No. They just felt like calling it that." I was pretty young but that's when I understood that NOFX take nothing seriously. You should have heard the shit they were talking about on stage. It still makes me laugh.

They kept coming out for more and more encores. Each time they did, they waited longer and longer causing more people to leave thinking it was really over. Each time they came back they said "lock the doors, no re-entry." By the time they were done with this there had to be 50 people left from the original 2,000+. As the crowds got smaller and smaller, the band got more into it so each of these encores were essentially as long as opening acts get to play. As the crowd got smaller, the deeper the cuts got. They were playing stuff that was blowing the minds of their own crew. It was really cool to see. There is one thing that NOFX takes seriously and that is their musicianship and giving people their money's worth.

A1 It's My Job To Keep Punk Rock Elite
A2 Kids Of The K-Hole
A3 Murder The Government
A4 Monosyllabic Girl
A5 180 Degrees
A6 All His Suits Are Torn
A7 All Outta Angst
A8 I'm Telling Tim
A9 Champs Elysées
B1 Dad's Bad News
B2 Kill Rock Stars
B3 Eat The Meek
B4 The Desperation's Gone
B5 Flossing A Dead Horse
B6 Quart In Session
B7 Falling In Love