Album: The Greatest Songs Ever Written... By Us
Release Date: November 2004
Music Genre: Punk Rock
Release Country: United States
Record Type: 27 Tracks CD
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."
|1||Dinosaurs Will Die||2:51|
|4||The Separation Of Church & Skate||2:50|
|5||Murder The Government||0:45|
|6||Bleeding Heart Disease||3:34|
|7||Bottles To The Ground||2:24|
|10||What's The Matter With Kids Today||1:14|
|12||Stickin In My Eye||2:23|
|13||All Outta Angst||1:52|
|14||Leave It Alone||2:04|
|16||The Longest Line||2:05|
|17||Thank God It's Monday||1:39|
|18||The Idiots Are Taking Over||3:22|
|19||Don't Call Me White||2:33|
|20||Day To Daze||1:59|
|22||Philthy Phil Philanthropist||3:10|
|23||Shut Up Already||2:45|
|24||It's My Job To Keep Punk Rock Elite||1:24|
|26||Kill All The White Man||2:49|
|27||Wore Out The Soles Of My Party Boots||2:05|
Compilation of NOFX's greatest hits. All songs previously released except (27) which is exclusive to this release.
Tracks 3, 12, 15, 16, 20, 21, 23 and 26 recorded at West Beach Recorders.
Tracks 1, 2, 4 to 11, 13, 14, 17 to 19, 22, 24, 25 and 27 recorded at Motor Studios.
Mastered @ Oasis Mastering
All songs published by NOFX Music (BMI)
Tracks 01, 07 & 17 are from 'Pump Up The Valuum', which was produced by Ryan Greene/Fat Mike and released by Epitaph on June 13th 2000.
Tracks 02, 11, 14 & 19 are from 'Punk In Drublic', which was produced by Ryan Greene/Fat Mike and released by Epitaph on July 19th 1994.
Tracks 03, 12 & 21 are from 'White Trash, Two Heebs And A Bean', which was produced by Donnell Cameron/NOFX and released by Epitaph/Fat Wreck Chords on November 5th 1992.
Tracks 04, 18 & 25 are from 'The War On Errorism', which was produced by Ryan Greene/Fat Mike and released by Fat Wreck Chords on May 6th 2003.
Tracks 05, 08, 13 & 24 are from 'So Long And Thanks For All The Shoes', which was produced by Ryan Greene/Fat Mike and released by Epitaph on November 4th 1997.
Tracks 06, 10 & 22 are from 'Heavy Petting Zoo / Eating Lamb', which was produced by Ryan Greene/Fat Mike and released by Epitaph on January 31st 1996.
Track 09 is from the 'Surfer' 7 inch vinyl EP, which was recorded by Ryan Greene and released by Fat Wreck Chords on April 10th 2001.
Track 15 is from 'Ribbed', which was produced by Brett Gurewitz and released by Epitaph on March 26th 1991.
Tracks 16 & 26 are from 'The Longest Line' EP, which was produced by Donnell Cameron/NOFX and released by Fat Wreck Chords on May 1st 1992.
Track 20 is from 'S & M Airlines', which was produced by Brett Gurewitz and released by Epitaph on September 5th 1989.
Track 23 is from 'Liberal Animation', which was engineered by Brett Gurewitz, produced by NOFX and first issued on LP by Wassail Records on April 22nd 1988 (NOFX-4).
Track 27 is previously unreleased.