|Title:||45 Or 46 Songs That Weren't Good Enough To Go On Our Other Records|
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Album · 2002 · 47 Songs. See All. The Greatest Songs Ever Written (By Us). 2004.
Catching ZZZ'S is a collection of songs from the 'Fuck The Kids' 7" minus the track 'Stupid Canadians', and the 'Surfer' 7", minus the track '3 Shits to the Wind'. Note: In the following, the year in parenthesis is the year it was recorded, not necessarily the year it was released. Track 1-1 previously unreleased (2002) Track 1-2 originally released on All Of Me 7" (1996) Track 1-3 originally released on Punk-O-Rama 3 (1997) Track 1-4 and 1-16 originally released on HOFX 12" (1994) Track 1-5 originally released on Bottles To The.
There were 47 songs on the CD version, and all the songs easily fit onto one CD. The band built up a list of songs that did not make it onto any of their albums, or had previously appeared on compilation albums, vinyl singles, or b-sides The first CD contained a collection of songs spanning almost the entirety of the band's career. The oldest track was from the band's first demo, and the newest was recorded for this album.
Putting 47 songs together for an album is easy. Hardest part was finding the tapes. That took a few months. Real music meaning that the songs are longer than 30 seconds. On the other hand the second half "Catching Z'zzz" is just the band's recording sessions with them messing around. Here's what I thought of the first half. It's a very good track and includes some really techno-like sounds that is nothing like NOFX has ever done before. it's a lot) standout track is Bath Of Least Resistance. It has a really cool guitar riff and great lyrics.
What more can be said about this legendary band that brought snotty, delinquent fun back to punk rock . Don't let the album title fool you, these songs are actually really good and I wonder why some were left off of their full-lengths. There is a really old 47 second hardcore song on here from back in '87 called "Punk Song" that's surprisingly good (in a speedy, thrashy way).
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In a January 2011 interview with The Daily Times, Fat Mike revealed that a new NOFX album was in production, saying "There are some really good songs on Coaster, but after having written 300 songs, I feel lucky I came up with them. That's why there are songs on there about Iron Maiden and Tegan and Sara. I'm reaching, man. Sometimes I grab stuff just to grab stuff, and I'm going in a lot of different directions . 45 or 46 Songs That Weren't Good Enough to Go on Our Other Records. The Longest EP.
NOFX é uma banda de punk rock de Los Angeles, Califórnia formada em 1983. O som da banda é diverso, utilizando elementos de skate punk, ska punk e hardcore punk. Suas canções geralmente abordam temas como política, sociedade, racismo, a indústria da música e religião, com doses humorísticas. Desde 1991 a formação da banda é a seguinte: Michael "Fat Mike" Burkett (vocal/baixo), Aaron "El Hefe" Abeyta (guitarra), Eric Melvin (guitarra) e Erik Sandin (bateria). A maioria dos álbuns da banda saem pela Fat Wreck Chords, selo fundado por Fat Mike. Liberal Animation (1988)
CD 16-bit 44,1 kHz. MP3 320 kbps. 01. Fun Things To Fuck. 03. We Threw Gasoline. 04. New Happy Birthday Song? 05. Lower. 05. Talking 'Bout Yo Mama. 07. Can't Get The Stink Out. Electricity.