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Never Trust A Hippy

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Seeing Double At The Triple Rock
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The Marxist Brothers
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Golden Boys
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You're Wrong
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Everything In Moderation
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I'm Going To Hell For This One
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Album Information

Total Tracks: 6   Total Length: 13:05

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My Intro to NOFX

TheDarkSavant

Where the hell have I been? This album is my exposure to NOFX, and WOW! Takes me back to my punk rock roots, and you'll never be on the fence about how the feel about things.

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WTF??

tmstz

How come we can't download this album? Does George W Bush have anything to do with this???

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Finally this EP is here!

OrkyDoc

Yes finally this is on Emusic! Very good songs though the first two are on Wolf in Wolfs clothing. Stand out tracks are ALL of them! Then agian if one can be a fan boy of this band I am! However, check out "You're Wrong" Fat Mike's pen is mighter than any sword!

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A Brief History of BYO Records

By Jason Pettigrew, Contributor

When put into the perspective of the history of American hardcore, the Los Angeles-based label BYO didn't make a "popular" impact: You don't hear historians referring to Mark and Shawn Stern's imprint with the same kind of reverence routinely bestowed upon such labels as Dischord and SST. But to dismiss the label as a mere footnote would be way off mark: Since BYO's 1982 launch, the Stern brothers - in their roles as founders of… more »

They Say All Music Guide

Released just a month prior to their 2006 full-length, Wolves in Wolves’ Clothing, Never Trust a Hippy served as just a little snack to tide over hungry fans waiting for NOFX’s first proper studio album since 2003′s War on Errorism. That doesn’t mean, however, that the band haphazardly threw together this EP merely for kicks. On the contrary, Fat Mike and crew have packed six songs into 13 minutes of cutting observation and criticism. On “The Marxist Brothers,” the band uses a backdrop that recalls the Clash’s “London Calling” to underline ironic remarks about contemporary anarchists (“I get frequent flyer mileage and a booklet of upgrades/So next time I visit the Third World I won’t have to fly second class”). Religious overtones also dot the entire release, with a rebellious, drug-taking Jesus resurrected to beat up Mel Gibson and collect his royalty checks in “I’m Going to Hell for This One,” while the acoustic “You’re Wrong” lets all right-wing and religious folk know their interpretation of the Bible and attitudes toward other issues are, well, wrong. Not for the uptight or conservative — after all, the album artwork depicts NOFX kicking it and getting drunk with Jesus — if this EP is any indication of their upcoming album, fans should be met with something rather tasty. – Corey Apar

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