The Longest EP. Авторы текста и музыки. Michael John Burkett. IODA (от лица компании "Fat Wreck Chords"); Wixen Music Publishing, BMI - Broadcast Music In. и другие авторские общества (7). Композиция. No Fun in Fundamentalism. Backstage Passport Soundtrack.
The album's cover was a redesigned version of the cover from the NOFX extended play. NOFX recorded Liberal Animation in 1988 with Brett Gurewitz of Bad Religion. Although the title and some of the album's lyrics mocked vegetarianism and animal rights, Fat Mike says that he became a vegetarian after writing the Liberal Animation album. The album was re-released in 1991 on Gurewitz's label Epitaph Records. In February 2005, the band launched the NOFX 7" of the Month Club, a subscription-based service which saw the release of one new extended play almost monthly, from February 2005 to March 2006 (a total of 12 releases). The cover art for these extended plays was chosen from fan-submitted entries. Fat Wreck Chords later released full sets of the extended plays.
NOFX ended last year with word of the 7" Of The Month Club, a subscription service where you would receive a new 7" from them every month. All sounds good, right" From first glance, it doesn't feel like NOFX put much thought into the songs, most of which between 1 and 2 minutes long. That being said, the music in some is fantastic and typical NOFX. February's 7" contained the furiously fast and bassy "Insulted By Germans (Again)" and "Fanmail". The first track is most noticably the better thanks to it's rocky feel. I mean, it has a little.
Wolves In Wolves Clothing '2006. Never Trust A Hippy '2006. Wolves In Wolves' Clothing (2CD) '2006. The Greatest Songs Ever Written (by Us) '2004. The War On Errorism '2003. Pump Up The Valuum '2000. So Long And Thanks For All The Shoes '1997. Fuck The Kids (7'' Vinyl) '1996. Heavy Petting Zoo '1996. Leave It Alone '1995.
The 2006 NOFX EP Never Trust a Hippy offers six brilliant songs. Two lead tracks were teasers that appeared on their 2006 full length, Wolves in Wolves Clothing. The remaining four only been released on vinyl during their 7" of the month club from 2005/2006 and later compiled to a 12" with their boxed set, with a version of "You're Wrong" also on their 2007 live album. Some of these recordings don't live anywhere except on CD, and that is a travesty for record collectors and NOFX fans alike.
Fatty announces the 2019 NOFX 7" of the Month Club.
The 7" of the Month Club was something like Fat Wreck Chord's Fat Club, except with exclusively NOFX singles. There are 2-3 tracks on each record. The first 3 000 members got coloured vinyl. The 3 000th member joined.