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Discussion in 'The Mainboard' started by Taques, Jun 19, 2009.
The band has evolved a lot the last few albums, but for anyone that still likes TJ.
I just want to say I fucking love the Descendents.
I also highly recommend the One Life One Chance Podcast (H2O singer) that has interviewed Brett Gurewitz, Tim Armstrong, Milo Auckermann, Trever Keith, Jim Lindberg, Chris Carrabba (yes you emos), Matt Skiba, HR from Bad Brains, etc. etc. etc.
Speaking of Tigers Jaw they have a new song out that isn't too bad.
It’s good. The last few singles have been not great. Ben songs > Brianna songs
And of course the Avenged's drummer is Brooks Wackerman...Former drummer of Bad Religion, and he used to fill in for the Vandals when Josh Freese was doing his absurd thing with Perfect Circle and many others.
Watched this mid week. Very odd that countless bands cover it.
Such a great band and song writer.
This fucking song with the riff and harmonies. And this was definitely when Brett Gurewitz is drugged out of his mind.
One band they didn't show that I saw cover it was Thrice at the 2019 Warped Tour in San Jose. NOFX was super late for their set because of flying in from Canada, and Kevin Lyman had the bands that had already played, play NOFX songs until they showed up. Of course, Thrice absolutely crushed it.
They made a second video and I'm pretty sure Thrice was included in it. A lot more bigger bands
Brian Fallon’s solo stuff is so good.
Love this band
Big Hot Mulligan fan here.
Drinking and reliving 1997
Post the bands or track list
Sorry sir I've listen to the entire album
Been chatting with my college roommate form 1999 at the same time so tying it all together
That's a fucking great record for $4.
And of course Fat Mike bookends it with Me First Songs
1. "California Dreamin'" (originally performed by The Mamas & the Papas; from We're Not Shonen Knife) John Phillips, Michelle Phillips Hi-Standard 2:19
2. "Justified Black Eye" (from ¡Leche con Carne!) No Use for a Name 2:38
3. "Nick Northern" (from Demmamussabebonk) Snuff 3:14
4. "Nation States" (from Less Talk, More Rock) Propagandhi 2:21
5. "Sleep" (from Hoss) Lagwagon 1:54
6. "Titty Twister" (from Strap On Seven Inch) Diesel Boy 1:52
7. "Mother Superior" (from For God and Country) Good Riddance 3:25
8. "Libel" (from Til It Kills) Tilt 2:21
9. "Raum der Zeit" (from Uuaarrgh!) Wizo 1:38
10. "Rottin' Apple" (from Suburban Teenage Wasteland Blues) Jim Cherry, Rob Ramos Strung Out 2:30
11. "Vincent" (originally performed by Don McLean) Don McLean NOFX 3:21
12. "Run" (from Coughing Up a Storm) Frenzal Rhomb 2:51
13. "Wait for the Sun" (from Growing Up) Hi-Standard 2:18
14. "Laymen's Terms" Lagwagon 2:48
15. "Talk Show" (from For Those About to Mock) Bracket 3:44
16. "Walk" Snuff 1:52
17. "Country Roads" (originally performed by John Denver; from Denver) John Denver, Bill Danoff, Taffy Nivert Me First and the Gimme Gimmes
The Eagles weren’t a huge fan of the cover song.
Fuckin’ A, that was a great album. So many great songs. Plus it’s what turned me on to Snuff.
AFI's transition from Answer that and Stay Fashionable and all thee countless genres after is pretty wild. I dig most of em but really loved these early songs from the AT&SF album
sing the sorrow was the last good one for me.
god called in sick today is such a great song.
New Manchester Orchestra from last week is p good.
Dunno if emo/pop-punk stuff is allowed in here, but this album slaps.
Definitely not punk but it’s super good
Looking forward to reading this. Looks right up my alley.
Currently reading this one:
Cool look at their story, if just a little dry.
Reminds me, everyone needs to listen to Jeff Rosenstocks Ska Dream album