Album: Paradise / S/M Airlines
Release Date: July 1988
Music Genre: Punk Rock
Label: Wassail Records
Release Country: Germany
Record Type: 2 Tracks Vinyl Album 7"
Los Angeles, California based punk rock band founded in 1983.
What does NOFX stand for?
"NOFX doesn't stand for shit. We just kinda ripped off the name from an old Boston band Negative FX."
“Fat” Mike Burkett - Vocals/Bass (1983-)
Eric Melvin - Vocals/Rhythm guitar (1983-)
Erik “Smelly” Sandin - Drums (1983-1985, 1986-)
Aaron “El Hefe” Abeyta - Backing vocals/Lead guitar/Trumpet/Trombone (1991-)
Dave Allen - Vocals/Rhythm guitar (1986)
Steve Kidwiller - Lead guitar (1989-1991)
Dave Casillas - Lead guitar (1987-1989)
Scott Aldahl - Drums (1986)
Scott Sellers - Drums (1985)
Released with orange fold over sleeve, with lyrics and infos printed on the inside. Also available with b/w" rel="nofollow" target="_blank">http://www.discogs.com/Drowning-Roses-NOFX-Paradise-SM-Airlines/release/1925169">b/w sleeve.
The black vinyl edition is limited to 450 copies, pressing also contains 50 copies on red" rel="nofollow" target="_blank">http://www.discogs.com/Drowning-Roses-NOFX-Paradise-SM-Airlines/release/1570002">red vinyl.
More variations between the red and black vinyl editions:
Black vinyl edition includes no separate lyric sheet and there is no EFA number and no labelcode in the upper right corner on the back cover.
The address of the distribution is also different:
7277 Wildberg 1
Recorded in Kong-Studio, Reutlingen.
Back sleeve printing: "Buy This Record... And We Will Buy Weizenbier".
This 7" is self-produced and was distributed by X-Mist Records.