Band Name: No Use For A Name
Music Album: Keep Them Confused
Album Release Date: June 2005
Music Genre: Punk Rock Pop
Record Label: Fat Wreck Chords
Album Release Country: United States
Music Record Type: 13 Tracks Vinyl Album LP
No Use For A Name (sometimes abbreviated NUFAN or No Use) was a punk rock band from San Jose, California. Starting out in 1986 as a hardcore punk band, the group went through a number of early members until a lineup coalesced around singer/songwriter/guitarist Tony Sly and founding drummer Rory Koff. Their first two albums were released through the New Red Archives label, after which they signed to Fat Wreck Chords where they would remain, releasing seven studio albums and shifting to a melodic punk rock sound.
Bassist Matt Riddle (ex-Face To Face and Pulley) joined in 1995, and guitarist Dave Nassie (ex-22 Jacks) replaced Chris Shiflett (who left to join Foo Fighters) in 1999, cementing a lineup that would remain in place for ten years. Nassie left in 2009 and was replaced by Chris Rest (also of Rich Kids On LSD and Lagwagon), while Koff bowed out in 2010 and was replaced by Boz Rivera (ex-Rich Kids On LSD and Mad Caddies (...)
|A2||There Will Be Revenge|
|A4||Check For A Pulse|
|A5||Divine Let Down|
|B8||Failing Is Easier (Part Three)|
|B12||Slowly Fading Fast|
Recorded and mixed @ Motor Studios.
Mastered @ Red Mastering.
Track A5 mixed @ Motor Studios.
Songs © 2005 Pizza Chief Music (BMI).
Contains a black/white insert with lyrics and credits.
Track are listed over the sides.
Lacquer cutting company and vinyl processing company uncredited, identified by the matrix numbers.
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