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War on Errorism

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Freedumb for ALL!!

    Going political is a big step for them. Although NOFX has always steered away from the mainstream its about time a band as big as them has expressed their views for this day and age. Beside the corporation bashing The War On Errorism is relative and funny as usual. Mixing together some old and new sounds this is a well rounded record.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    NO!!!!!!!

    I listen to alot of Punk and mostly all kinds of music and I choose to listen to enlighten myself, in a way to remove myself from the world and go into an area with choirs of angels that exist and transpire all in my head. So by saying this my purchase of the CD totally destoyed my little world. The reason for destruction was the recognition that Punk or music in General should not be so closly entingled with poitical issues and the "artists" Personal affiliations. In my opinion music is for listening and not to concern youself for 3 1/2 minutes about how the large corperations bring down the little man. I just want music.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Different Sound Same Greatness

    What happened to NOFX? Their new CD is political?!?! It's still good! In NOFX's new CD their sound is a bit more refined than in previous CDs. The main focus is now about how American's need to open their eyes and see what's going on in the world. I think that they make a lot of really good points in their CD. But NOFX still supplies the traditional punk that you are accustomed to as well. Totally worth your money!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    WOW

    This is a very different cd from the guys. I share a lot of the same political views on here, so this has become one of my favorite NOFX cds out there. The cd starts off with "The Seperation..." which has a totally rawkin chorus and guitar part. I especially liked "Decom-Posuer". It's about little miss posuer herself; Avril Lavigne. The CD ends with "Whoops, I OD'd" which is kinda how "So Long..." ended. One last note; for all you dedicated NOFX fans who recall reading Mike say that he didn't want to play ska anymore.....well....forget it. There are one or two songs with some ska influence in them. In conclusion.....BUY THIS CD!!!!! (also go to www.alternativetentacles.com)

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    They're back!!!!

    Finally, NOFX has out a new cd and its their best yet. The Separation of Church and Skate is a perfect example of what is happening in the world of punk rock. The cd offers many diverse songs, from straight up punk rock to ska to almost regge. It's a must have for any NOFX fan or any punk rock fan.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Finally

    I dont have the cd yet but from what ive heard of it this cd is great and i highly recommend it to all u Nofx fans out there. There is no one who likes NoFX who cant like this cd

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    just when you thought... (insert what you thought here)..

    wow, so nofx is finally back for a new record. nofx is a very different punk band. they are not afraid to try someting new and verge from that majority of other punk bands. this aspect of nofx really comes through on war on errorism. if you have listened to other nofx records, youll get into the songs on here, but beware because this is different. so if youre closeminded and only like to listen to the overused brand of 4 chord punk, then this record is not for you. go check out some sucky bands on epitaph then or something. alright im out. the record's nice.

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    Posted July 13, 2010

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