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Longest Ep
Longest Ep
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5.0 out of 5 stars Excellent Collection, September 25, 2010
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This review is from: Longest Ep (Vinyl)
Unlike the title leads on, this is not an EP. Much like "45 or 46 Songs", this is a compilation album. This time containing EPs and Singles from 1987-2009. Before this album's release, you'd have to spend well over $40 in CDs and Wax.

This album contains select tracks not found on their main studio releases from such discs as the "Regaining Unconsciousness" EP, the "Bottles to the Ground" Single, "Take Action, Vol. 4", "Rock Against Bush, Vol. 1" and the "NOFX/Drowning Roses split".

Aside from the tracks you could only get from other multi-band compilations and NOFX singles, you also get a few full length EPs in this collection. "The Longest Line", "Never Trust a Hippy", "Cokie the Clown", "The P.M.R.C. Can Suck on This" and even the bonus track that you could only get though downloading their 2009 album "Coaster".

I highly recommend this to any long time NOFX fan or even someone new to the band.


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