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“This album is more personal than anything I’ve ever done before because once we put everything out there in the book it opened all of these doors are far as what I want to sing about” Fat Mike explains. However this wouldn’t sound like a NOFX album without powerful performances from guitarists Eric Melvin and El Hefe as well as drummer, Smelly. In that spirit this album also marks the first time that Melvin helped write songs and his contributions to “It Ain’t So Lonely At The Bottom” and “I Don’t Like Me Anymore” as well as his signature vocals on the opener “Six Years On Dope” add a visceral impact to these songs that will surprise even the band’s most hardcore fans. “It’s like you don’t expect it, what the fuck?” Mike says of the aforementioned opener. “That song reminds me of the Angry Samoans meeting the Bronx and I don’t think there’s anything that sounds like it.”

Here are "songs which have gone out of print or never seen the light of day. Putting this all together was pretty strange having not heard our first recordings in years and even forgetting about a few songs we recorded but never released. You can hear us learning how to sing and play our guitars on the early tracks, and maybe start to take ourselves too seriously on one or two of the later tracks, haha. Some of it is great, and some of it is totally embarrassing but it's honest. This band is really special to us, it was a huge part of our lives for a long time. It's nice to hear that other people liked it too."


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