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  • Audio CD (July 19, 1994)
  • Original Release Date: July 19, 1994
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Epitaph / Ada
  • ASIN: B000001IPS
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (172 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #13,070 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. Linoleum
2. Leave It Alone
3. Dig
4. The Cause
5. Don't Call Me White
6. My Heart Is Yearning
7. Perfect Government
8. The Brews
9. The Quass
10. Dying Degree
11. Fleas
12. Lori Meyers
13. Jeff Wears Birkenstocks
14. Punk Guy
15. Happy Guy
16. Reeko
17. Scavenger Type

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NOFX's fourth album houses 17 lean and fast tracks crammed with fiery playing ("Dying Degree," "Leave It Alone"), self-deprecating laughs ("Punk Guy," "The Brews") and sharp commentary (Perfect Government, Lori Meyers). --Jeff Bateman

Customer Reviews

This album is definitely one of my favorite albums ever.
David Havenstein
After reading the scores on those songs, you should relize that this is an album to buy. this is the definitive nofx album to buy, so just go get it.
music listener
The lyrics are surprisingly deep and moving, and Fat Mike's voice sounds especially good on this song.
flamingangel882

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11 of 11 people found the following review helpful By "halo1000" on February 14, 2001
Format: Audio CD
This is one of the best punk CDs I've heard, probably ever. NOFX's catchy tunes with their clever lyrics really show on this album. Their topics deviate a bit, especially if you've listened to thier other CDs, which have frequent references to their favorite topics, booze and lesbians. They range from being political (Perfect Government, Dying Degree) to party anthems (The Brews, Don't Call Me White) to their love lusts (Lori Myers) to some downright craziness (Jeff Wears Birkenstocks, Punk Guy & Happy Guy). Every track is awesome. This is one of those few albums you can listen to as a whole from the first track to the last track without pressing the skip button. The best songs on here are The Brews, The Cause, Linoleum, and Don't Call Me White. If you've never heard a NOFX album, I suggest you check this out first, then get White Trash, Two Heebs and a Bean, and Pump Up The Valuum, and the other NOFX albums.
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5 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Chadwick on February 6, 2004
Format: Audio CD
This is it. This is the CD that started NOFX's rise in 1994 to become the most beloved punk band in history. Fueled by the success of earlier Epitaph releases that year (Rancid's Let's Go, Offspring's Smash), Fat Mike and co. were heavily inspired to write a damn good record and record it in a damn good fashion. This record has sold half a million copies without ever being introduced to the mainstream, which is more than a successful accomplishment in the indie scene. Getting to the song reviews:
Linoleum: A great start to a near-flawless record. The opening guitar riff sets the stage for 40 minutes of delicious ear candy.
Leave it Alone: If you've ever heard a NOFX song, this is probably it. They actually made a video for this to send to MTV, but after the network saw some of their previous videos, they decided not to take any chances. This is the last music video NOFX has made.
Dig: Begins with a nice smooth transition from Leave it Alone, featuring the same socio-political lyrics we've all come to know and love. A perfectly timed ska break makes its way into the middle of this song, then goes back into pure punk for the end.
The Cause: Definitely a Libertarian message here. Being a Libertarian myself, this is one of my favorites.
Don't Call Me White: Yeah, this one just flat out rocks.
My Heart is Yearning: A sort of interlude with some opera-type singing by the illustrious El Hefe.
Perfect Government: Here's a cover song, originally written by Mark Curry (no, not Mr. Cooper). I've always wondered myself: How DID the cat get so fat?
The Brews: A great party song with Jewish references and some Jewish people singing the chorus. Perfect for your next bar mitzvah.
The Quass: Just a little instrumental ditty that leads into...
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Danforth_ on June 28, 2006
Format: Audio CD
15 years old, hanging around with my friends, skating, trying cigarettes and talking about girls. It's these memories that I fondly think of whenever I throw "Punk In Drublic" in the cd player, and after 6 years, it's still my favourite punk rock record ever. The first time I heard it I didn't know what to think. It was the first time I'd ever been displayed to this fast, crazy type of rock music and I was confused.. but boy did I love it. Linoleum is easily the best song on the album but this doesn't mean the others lack intensity, as any die-hard NOFX fan will agree that they clearly don't. I don't know, I love this album with all my heart, it's their best to date and they will not top it no matter what. Whatever, don't be influenced by what I've said, go out and buy it if you already haven't and experience it for yourself.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Bob Evans on November 16, 2005
Format: Audio CD
This album from begining to end is a solid, hard rockin', album with a bite. Starting with "Linoleum", the album kicks into high gear, and doesn't let up.

The best songs on this album are Linoleum, Don't call me White, The Brews, Lori Meyers, and Punk Guy. ALl the songs are good though, there isn't any filler.

This is my favorite NOFX album following "So Long and Thanks for All The Shoes" and "45 or 46 Songs That Weren't Good Enough to go on our Other Records". If you like this album, I'd suggest checking those out as well.

I recommend this album.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Jamie Cassata on July 31, 2000
Format: Audio CD
I do love this album, but in my opinion there are a few other better NOFX albums out there--namely, White Trash..., Pump Up the Valuum, and So Long and Thanks For All the Shoes. Still, I love listening to Punk In Drublic. The music is amazing and the lyrics have strong messages within them. My favorites are The Happy Guy, Perfect Government, Linoleum, Dig, Lori Meyers, and Fleas. Definitely BUY IT.
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5 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Schlongy Dongy on December 20, 2004
Format: Audio CD
Again with the fools who don't listen to punk music and come on to a good band and talk sh*t, go die somewhere. You all have pissed me off badly. Now I'm going into all of your favorite band CDs and talking smack.

This CD is excellent. A pure classic. Get this CD now. I will beat your ass. Please, listen. I'm not a dumbass. I love puppies. I need a girlfriend. [...]. I'm always a second late and a dollar short. I fart. I eat out of a dumpster. Crime pays. Fight or die. Vote or fight. Bush is an idiot. I destroyed communism. Total excess of human waste melted in a pot with celery and onions is good. What? I'm bored. Random thoughts. Time to go. Bye.
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