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🎤 NOFX - Pump Up The Valuum MP3

  • Performer: NOFX
  • Title: Pump Up The Valuum
  • Genre: Rock
  • Country: Chile
  • Record source: Cassette
  • Released: 2001
  • Style: Punk
  • Label: Sum Records
  • Cat#: 206-6922
  • MP3 album: 2917 mb
  • FLAC album: 2523 mb
  • Rating: 4.4/5
  • Votes: 100
🎤 NOFX - Pump Up The Valuum MP3

Tracklist

1Dinosaurs Will Die3:03
2Pharmacist's Daughter2:03
3And Now For Something Completely Similar1:02
4My Vagina2:41
5Stranger Than Fishin'1:10
6Louise1:54
7Clams Have Feelings Too (Actually They Don't)2:36
8Take Two Placebos And Call Me Lame2:30
9Thank God It's Monday1:43
10Total Bummer2:17
11Theme From A NOFX Album4:18
12Bottles To The Ground2:24
13What's The Matter With Parents Today?2:02
14Herojuana2:50


Versions

CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
6584-2NOFX Pump Up The Valuum ‎(HDCD, Album, SDC)Epitaph6584-2Europe2000
6922-2NOFX Pump Up The Valuum ‎(HDCD, Album)Sum Records 6922-2Brazil2000
86584-4NOFX Pump Up The Valuum ‎(Cass, Album, Cle)Epitaph86584-4US2000
86584-2NOFX Pump Up The Valuum ‎(HDCD, Album)Epitaph86584-2US2000
6584-4NOFX Pump Up The Valuum ‎(Cass)Epitaph6584-4Europe2000


Credits

  • AccordionBill Hansson
  • Artwork [Nurse Doll]Danny Burton
  • Engineer [Additional], Technician [Cpu Stuff]Adam Krammer
  • LayoutBrian Archer
  • Liner NotesFM
  • Mastered ByJoe (Ira's Brother)
  • Other [Punk Modeling + Pill Poppin] – Christina White Trash
  • PerformerChavin, Lek , Toe , Ton
  • Photography ByBrad Corman, Jesse Fischer
  • ProducerFat Mike , Ryan Greene
  • Recorded By, Mixed ByRyan Greene
  • Vocals [Additional]Spike Slawson
  • Written-ByFat Mike


Notes

2001 SUM RECORDS CHILE


Barcodes

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Album

Pump Up The Valuum - NOFX. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. 00:00 And now for something completely similar 00:59 Take two placebos and call me lame 3:23 What's the matter with parents today 5:21 Dinosaurs will die Up the Valuum is the eighth studio album by the American punk rock band NOFX. It was released on June 13, 2000, on Epitaph Records, their last through the company. The album's title deliberately misspells the trademark Valium to avoid a lawsuit, similar to the one The Melvins faced for their album Lysol. This is explained in the 45 Or 46 Songs. album booklet. Songs in album NOFX - Pump Up The Valuum 2000. NOFX - And Now For Something Completely Similar. Listen free to NOFX Pump Up the Valuum And Now for Something Completely Similar, Take Two Placebos and Call Me Lame and more. 14 tracks 32:01. Discover more music, concerts, videos, and pictures with 2000 14 Songs. Theme from a Nofx Album. 14 Songs, 32 Minutes. Released June 13, 2000. 2000 Epitaph. Pump Up the Valuum. Longtime fans of independent punk giants NOFX will be happy that for Pump Up the Valuum the band changed absolutely nothing about their sound. All the songs follow the group's now standard three-chord punk style with witty songs that rip on the world around them. The most notable tracks are those that take aim at the music business. Dinosaurs Will Die is about the impending change in the music industry with the MP3 explosion, while Stanger Than Fishin' an obvious knock on former label mates Bad Religion's song Stranger Than Fiction goes afte. Completa la tua Collezione su Pump Up The Valuum by NOFX. This album took fuckin' forever, even longer than Decline. we started in December of '99 and finished in February '00. Of course we took the holidays off and we went on a three week tour in Jan. We recorded like 22 songs, but we scrapped 8 of them. We'll finish them some other time. 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. Read All. Review Summary: Pump up the Valuum is yet another solid album to be added to the NOFX legacy, providing a fun listen and a good gateway into one of the more influential punk bands of the last 20 years. Most everyone I have spoken to about music, regardless of genre or tastes can agree on one simple thing: most everyone has a band that has either shaped their music tastes to this day, or whose works have just infested their music collection like mold. For me, this band is NOFX Ive loved them since the first time I heard them way back in like 5th grade



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