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About No Use For A Name

No Use For A Name has become a hardcore institution since their inception in 1987. Since then, they've released nearly a dozen albums, most of which they've released as a part of the roster for the venerable Fat Wreck Chords label. For the most! part, it's pop- punk played so fast that if you blink, you might miss it. You can expect plenty of rapid- fire drumming and guitars that speed through each song but in more recent years, the group has picked up a more melodic side, even stepping outside the punk mold (in sound only).

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Listen toNo Use For A Nameon Napster

No Use For A Name has become a hardcore institution since their inception in 1987. Since then, they've released nearly a dozen albums, most of which they've released as a part of the roster for the venerable Fat Wreck Chords label. For the most! part, it's pop- punk played so fast that if you blink, you might miss it. You can expect plenty of rapid- fire drumming and guitars that speed through each song but in more recent years, the group has picked up a more melodic side, even stepping outside the punk mold (in sound only).

About No Use For A Name

No Use For A Name has become a hardcore institution since their inception in 1987. Since then, they've released nearly a dozen albums, most of which they've released as a part of the roster for the venerable Fat Wreck Chords label. For the most! part, it's pop- punk played so fast that if you blink, you might miss it. You can expect plenty of rapid- fire drumming and guitars that speed through each song but in more recent years, the group has picked up a more melodic side, even stepping outside the punk mold (in sound only).

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About No Use For A Name

No Use For A Name has become a hardcore institution since their inception in 1987. Since then, they've released nearly a dozen albums, most of which they've released as a part of the roster for the venerable Fat Wreck Chords label. For the most! part, it's pop- punk played so fast that if you blink, you might miss it. You can expect plenty of rapid- fire drumming and guitars that speed through each song but in more recent years, the group has picked up a more melodic side, even stepping outside the punk mold (in sound only).

Featured on Napster

500x500

101

Punk Love Songs