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Wolves In Wolves' Clothing


Download links and information about Wolves In Wolves' Clothing by Nofx. This album was released in 2006 and it belongs to Rock, Punk, Alternative genres. It contains 18 tracks with total duration of 34:47 minutes.

Artist: Nofx
Release date: 2006
Genre: Rock, Punk, Alternative
Tracks: 18
Duration: 34:47
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No. Title Length
1. 60% 2:25
2. USA-holes 2:13
3. Seeing Double At the Triple Rock 2:09
4. We March to the Beat of Indifferent Drum 2:38
5. The Marxist Brothers 2:43
6. The Man I Killed 1:18
7. Benny Got Blowed Up 1:05
8. Leaving Jesusland 2:54
9. Getting High On the Down Low 1:13
10. Cool and Unusual Punishment 2:05
11. Wolves In Wolves' Clothing 1:57
12. Cantado en Español 1:26
13. 100 Times Fuckeder 1:57
14. Instant Crassic 0:34
15. You Will Lose Faith 2:31
16. One Celled Creature 1:31
17. Doornails 2:14
18. 60% (Reprise) 1:54



In 2006, the country was in the middle of the George W. Bush presidency and NOFX leader Fat Mike was about to turn 40. These dual situations—one external, one internal—form the basis for Wolves in Wolves' Clothing. While the attacks on Bush-era America are unapologetically malicious (“USA-Holes,” “Leaving Jesusland,” “100 Times F**keder,” “Wolves in Wolves’ Clothing”), the album’s heart comes from the vulnerability and honesty Mike shows on “Doornails,” “Getting High on the Down Low," and “Instant Classic,” which all express the self-loathing, self-doubt, and remorse of being a middle-aged punk rocker. Almost every punk band ever has questioned authority, but NOFX does something much braver: On “60%” and “One Celled Creature,” the members question their purpose as a band. NOFX is by no means giving up—its music is as energized and urgent as ever—and instead is seeking new ways to tell the truth. NOFX is sometimes derided as a joke band, but Wolves understands the deeper intent of comedians: to explore uncomfortable truths about oneself and share them in the hopes of alleviating our collective discomfort.