NOFX formed in 1983, but these goofy California punk rockers didn't make their first full-length album until 1988, when Bad Religion's Brett Gurewitz offered to record the band. More musically adventurous than many of their peers, NOFX and their humorous hardcore started to win over a sizable audience with 1990's RIBBED. From this point, the group (led by Fat Wreck Chords owner Fat Mike) hit a stride of entertaining albums. Fat Wreck Chords continues to put out releases by NOFX and other punk acts.
Full title - 45 Or 46 Songs That Weren't Good Enough To Go On Our Other Records. Double CD for the price of one, this is a great compilation of songs that up until now (May 2002) were scattered all over a bunch of comps, 7 inchers, and EPs. There is a brand new track 'Pimps and Hookers', and even a dub remix of the song 'Eat the Meek'. Fat Wreck Chords. 2002.
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