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They've Actually Gotten Worse Live

by NOFX

They've Actually Gotten Worse Live by NOFX

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They've Actually Gotten Worse Live

by NOFX

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Label: Fat Wreck Chords
"Ah sh*t, time to go to work," is the banter that introduces the band's second live record, before they start bragging about how drunk they are, berating the president, and bitching about Jerry Garcia. This banter alone virtually guarantees a near-brilliant set, which the band offers with mostly perfectly delivered material from mostly later albums. As impressive as the band's witty, politically acrid repartee is, the recording quality is stellar. The start-and-stop "New Birthday Song?" quotes "Summer Nights" from Grease and lovingly calls the birthday girl, Amy, a "crack wh*ore," "sh*thead" and "f*cking c*nt."

About This Album

"Ah sh*t, time to go to work," is the banter that introduces the band's second live record, before they start bragging about how drunk they are, berating the president, and bitching about Jerry Garcia. This banter alone virtually guarantees a near-brilliant set, which the band offers with mostly perfectly delivered material from mostly later albums. As impressive as the band's witty, politically acrid repartee is, the recording quality is stellar. The start-and-stop "New Birthday Song?" quotes "Summer Nights" from Grease and lovingly calls the birthday girl, Amy, a "crack wh*ore," "sh*thead" and "f*cking c*nt."

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About This Album

"Ah sh*t, time to go to work," is the banter that introduces the band's second live record, before they start bragging about how drunk they are, berating the president, and bitching about Jerry Garcia. This banter alone virtually guarantees a near-brilliant set, which the band offers with mostly perfectly delivered material from mostly later albums. As impressive as the band's witty, politically acrid repartee is, the recording quality is stellar. The start-and-stop "New Birthday Song?" quotes "Summer Nights" from Grease and lovingly calls the birthday girl, Amy, a "crack wh*ore," "sh*thead" and "f*cking c*nt."