|1||It's My Job To Keep Punk Rock Elite||Lyrics/Info||1:20|
|2||Kids Of The K-Hole||Lyrics/Info||2:16|
|3||Murder The Government||Lyrics/Info||0:45|
|6||All His Suits Are Torn||Lyrics/Info||2:18|
|7||All Outta Angst||Lyrics/Info||1:52|
|8||I'm Telling Tim||Lyrics/Info||1:17|
|10||Dad's Bad News||Lyrics/Info||2:01|
|11||Kill Rock Stars||Lyrics/Info||1:32|
|12||Eat The Meek||Lyrics/Info||3:31|
|13||The Desperation's Gone||Lyrics/Info||2:24|
|14||Flossing A Dead Horse||Lyrics/Info||1:46|
|15||Quart In Session||Lyrics/Info||1:38|
|16||Falling In Love||Lyrics/Info||5:13|
This was recorded in SF With Ryan Greene at Motor Studios. A nice place to record a punk record. The title is not referring to Airwalk or Vans, it is from a Douglas Adams book called, "So Long and Thanks For All the Fish." We tend to get hit with a lot of shoes when we play so we thought it was a good title. It's not our last album. Nate from the Bosstones came by and played guitar on a couple songs. That was pretty cool. We kinda went for more of an old school sound on this record. More hardcore than the previous one. I like it. Favorite song-Desperation's Gone. Too bad about ska getting mainstream, I don't think I wanna play it anymore.
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 ...