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Self Entitled

September 11, 2012 | Format: MP3

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By Damien Schwader on September 11, 2012
Format: Audio CD
NOFX is my favorite band. So, my review may come off a little biased. I like the band from S & M Airlines forward. Anything previous to that just never did much for me. Self-Entitled continues the streak of quality tunes - but perhaps with a little less success this time around. Mind you, the music is really good and the "pop" from Coaster has been scaled back considerably; perhaps to the detriment of the album for some. There are very few "stand-out" tracks and the silliness is virtually non-existent. It's a fast album for these guys - especially considering their age. It's still pretty polished - so if you are still waiting for the rawness of Ribbed or Punk in Drublic, you might want to just throw in the towel for good.

Now, when I say stand-out tracks, I mean the album kind of just blends together. While I appreciate the cohesiveness that lends to the overall record, it also gives the album a dangerously same-y feel. As I mentioned the silly stuff has either been trimmed, or the band is done with that. Again, I am conflicted by that because a particularly humorous track was welcome in the past. I still get a kick out of She's Nubs or Together on the Sand.

The speed has been turned up to 11 (minus I've Got One Jealous...), so fans of The Malachi Crunch or Dying Degree should be pleased with the tempo. Starting with PUTV, NOFX started to infuse some different sounds to their tunes. The band doesn't seem to be experimenting much with arrangements or sounds this time. This is mostly just playing their instruments pretty quickly in ways you have heard before. Not bad, but just a little more simple than their last decade of output. And really, the only track I could do without is "I've Got One Jealous Again, Again".

My gosh is this album somber.
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Early review of the new nofx album... I feckin love it. More rock, less bull. Very political and timely. Sick licks and melodies that remind me of early Bad Religion and a lil Minor Threat. Haunting sick and sad. Toe tappin rock n roll. I still love NOFX.

I've been listening to these guys since I was thirteen. Since they're older than dirt, that means I got in around White Trash Two Heebs and a Bean. No one is as uncompromising, consistently good, and as consistant in their vision as NOFX. Bastions of DIY indeed.

The new record is a study in fast rock n roll, so if you were expecting some brass from Hefe, or a silly song en espanol, it ain't here. What you do get is some hellacious music in a style often imitated, but no one even comes close. It's a sound perfected over decades that rarely disappoints. (I'll ignore My Vagina, as should we all).

As a side note... Hello Fat Mike, Hefe, and the Melvins! I figured you might read these reviews since you only work three months a year and all. I just wanted to say thank you in a non-nihilist, not very punk, cheesy kind of way. Seriously. Thanks for the years.
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As a long time NOFX fan, I can say I was very pleased with the new album. Yes, it's faster, there are no Ska or Reggae songs, but the album is true and sincere and makes a refreshing return to the band's old sound. Less Ska/Regg, More Rock indeed! I can hear echoes of "Ribbed" "White Trash" "The War On Errorism" and "Coasters". The album may not be "Punk in Drublic" but sure does pay a wonderful tribute to the hardcore sound of that era. The beats are fasts, engaging and melodic. Lyrics are sincere, personal and sometimes shocking, sad, and not always pretty...The good, the bad and the ugly.The good old Punk Rock!

The album does NOT sound the same all the way through and is brilliantly punktuated by a few surprises, maybe not as often and noticeable as some of the songs on Coasters, but still surprising and different from what the band is used to. 72 HOOKERS would be the first one, it's a perfect way to start the album. If anyone is looking for a stand out track that would be it. This kind of long intro with those chords and riffs is building up a very nice musical tension that you know will explode in a fast, engaging punk rock groove for which NOFX is more than good at. Best example of these kinda riffs by the band would be the beginning of songs like "Idiots Are Taking Over" "We Threw Gasoline on the Fire and Now We have Stumps For Arms and No Eyebrows" or "We Aint Shit". Those intros are amazing and very melodic. The lyrics on 72 hookers may sound a little funny but Mike's point of view on Jihads and Afghanistan makes me wonder if this could actually work, Ha! It's the funniest song on the album and the music is just perfect! I BELIEVE IN GODDESS starts off with a very dirty bass line, Love it! Not a very fast song but definitely dirty.
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I don't want to over analyze, others can (and have) already given better reviews of this album than I possibly could. What I CAN say, though, is that this is the first NOFX album I bought since Pump Up the Valuum. It made me go back to the albums I missed over the years, and while I was quite surprised by how consistently good they have actually managed to be, there is something about this album that really just clicks with me. It rocks, and it brought me back to a band I had largely ignored this century. I regret missing their previous albums while they were fresh, but this one is just great. Also I am drunk. But I still like this album even sober, or hungover. Bleh!
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