|1||Day To Daze||Lyrics/Info||1:57|
|2||Five Feet Under||Lyrics/Info||2:42|
|4||Mean People Suck||Lyrics/Info||2:02|
|7||Drug Free America||Lyrics/Info||3:41|
|9||You Drink, You Drive, You Spill||Lyrics/Info||2:22|
|10||Scream For Change||Lyrics/Info||2:54|
|12||Go Your Own Way||Lyrics/Info||2:18|
We recorded this at Westbeach recorders in '89 once again with Brett Gurewitz. This record took 6 days to record and mix. We had a blast recording this time cuz we had 6 whole days. We didn't know how to sing harmonies yet, so Greg Graffin of Bad Religion came in and sang the back-ups on 3 or 4 songs. That was ultra cool. Too bad we couldn't pull them off live. This was our first record to come out after Suffer (the record that changed everything) and the first record to come out on Epitaph. It sold 3500 copies the first year and that was a lot more than our previous one. Flipside fanzine called us metal and that was a total bummer. I think it was because Steve had long hair and a metal guitar. Oh well they're forgiven.
2000 is (not) the year of NOFX! But don't listen to the hype; listen to the record. Pump Up The Valuum is more clever ...