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The Longest EP

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Download links and information about The Longest EP by Nofx. This album was released in 2010 and it belongs to Rock, Punk, Pop, Alternative genres. It contains 30 tracks with total duration of 01:05:25 minutes.

Artist: Nofx
Release date: 2010
Genre: Rock, Punk, Pop, Alternative
Tracks: 30
Duration: 01:05:25
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Tracks

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No. Title Length
1. The Death of John Smith 3:50
2. The Longest Line 2:04
3. Stranded 2:08
4. Remnants 2:59
5. Kill All the White Man 2:48
6. I Wanna Be an Alcoholic 0:30
7. Perverted 1:04
8. My Name is Bud 0:50
9. Hardcore 84 1:51
10. War on Errorism Commercial 2:04
11. 13 Stitches (Acoustic) 1:56
12. Glass War 2:00
13. Jaw Knee Music 2:33
14. Concerns of a GOP Neo-phyte 2:22
15. Golden Boys 2:47
16. You're Wrong 2:06
17. Everything in Moderation (Especially Moderation) 1:23
18. I'm Going to Hell for This One 1:54
19. I've Become a Cliché 3:13
20. Cokie the Clown 2:26
21. Straight Outta Massachusetts 1:16
22. Fermented and Flailing 2:40
23. Codependence Day 1:29
24. My Orphan Year (Acoustic) 2:59
25. S&M Airlines 4:27
26. Dueling Retards 0:46
27. On the Rag 1:50
28. A200 Club 1:59
29. Shut Up Already 2:25
30. The Punk Song 2:46

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In typically playful fashion, The Longest EP isn't an EP at all but rather a 30-song retrospective of NOFX’s career. The track listing brings together four of the band’s EPs—1987’s The P.M.R.C. Can Suck on This, 1992’s The Longest Line, 2006’s Never Trust a Hippy, and 2009’s Cokie the Clown—and mixes in a slew of rarities and b-sides. Aside from the acknowledged classics (“The Longest Line,” “Stranded,” “Remnants,” “Cokie the Clown,” “On the Rag”), this collection has a wealth of unheard material. “Concerns of a GOP Neophyte” is one of the band’s funniest anti-Republican screeds, while “I Wanna Be an Alcoholic,” “Perverted," and “My Name Is Bud” rework the agitated comedic hardcore of its early years. The compilation has plenty of evidence of NOFX’s punk credentials, but two standout tracks are performed acoustically, without the band's fury. Fat Mike’s solo renditions of “13 Stiches” and “My Orphan Years” bring out the songs' autobiographical poignancy. They're more than cool tunes; to listen to them is to hear personal testimony from one of punk's most candid survivors.