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All the Best Songs ( Fat Wreck Chords, 2007 ) International You Day 2:54 Black Eye 5:33 Coming Too Close 8:38 Invincible 10:56 Dumb Reminders 13:45 Fatal.
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No Use For A Name Rarities Vol. 1: The Covers, released 11 August 2017 1. Turning Japanese 2. Hybrid Moments 3. I've Heard 4. Selwyn’s Got a Problem 5. Enjoy The Silence 6. Badfish 7. Dream Police 8. Fairytale of New York 9. Making Our Dreams Come True 1. Don’t Cry for Me Argentina 12.
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No Use for a Name (sometimes abbreviated NUFAN or No Use) were a punk rock band from San Jose, California, United States formed in 1986 by Chris Dodge (guitar), Steve Papoutsis (bass guitar) and Rory Koff (drums). The band's sound evolved considerably through its career, starting off as a Bay Area-influenced punk band, moving on to a much heavier metallic-tinted sound to finally taking on a much lighter brand of melodic punk as the years passed.
Incognito (No Use for a Name album). Incognito is the debut album by No Use for a Name, released on New Red Archives in 1990 and re-released on Fat Wreck Chords on October 23, 2001. It was produced by Brett Gurewitz of Bad Religion. Sign the Bill" – 2:08. It Won't Happen Again" – 4:10. Hail to the King" – 1:51. Truth Hits Everybody" (The Police cover) – 2:44.
Back in 2005, when No Use For A Name dropped their ninth full-length Keep Them Confused, yricist Tony Sly stated that the record was, you know, by far the heaviest, hardest record we've done yet. Yeah. And then you listened to it and found out that it was more or less the complete opposite, mainly due to Ryan Greene's tepid, glossy overproduction and a total lack of energy, which is and has been a large part of NUFAN's effectiveness. It was the sound of a band running out of steam, a'la Bad Religion's No Substance. The album, however, isn't close to perfect. The fact is, No Use has done all of this before, and arguably better, at various times in their career. It never gets to the point where you're like "Ummmm they totally ripped off their own riff there", but the band has been around since 1987 and most of the music has been touched on at some point.
No Use For A Name – For Fiona. I can't even think of words to match the way i'm feeling I don't even think a book could say enough for you I can only try my best, to put it in a song i guess You try to speak, i know you tell the truth. If i could freeze our small amount of time together Then we could make believe this world would never end (make believe this world would never end) Unfortunatly truth is cold So you stay young while i get old But always know, i'm your best friend
|A1||Know It All|
|A2||You Bug Me|
|A6||Not Necessarily Fun|
|A7||Hail To The King|
|A8||Looking Thru A Window|
- Bass – Steve Papoutsis
- Drums – Rory Koff
- Guitar – Tony Sly
- Vocals – Ramon Gras