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Hard Rock Bottom
No Use for a Name
Hard Rock Bottom
Genres: Alternative Rock, Pop, Rock
 
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2002 release featuring 13 songs that run the gamut between introspective down trodden minimalism to pure un-harnessed punk rock a la No Use For A Name! They even cover Sinead O'Conner. The CD is enhanced with footage of...  more »

      
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All Artists: No Use for a Name
Title: Hard Rock Bottom
Members Wishing: 1
Total Copies: 0
Label: Fat Wreck Chords
Release Date: 6/18/2002
Album Type: Enhanced
Genres: Alternative Rock, Pop, Rock
Style: Hardcore & Punk
Number of Discs: 1
SwapaCD Credits: 1
UPC: 751097063927

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2002 release featuring 13 songs that run the gamut between introspective down trodden minimalism to pure un-harnessed punk rock a la No Use For A Name! They even cover Sinead O'Conner. The CD is enhanced with footage of behind the scenes footage from the studio.

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CD Reviews

An excellent comeback album!
D. Lawrence | UK | 07/11/2002
(5 out of 5 stars)

"I can't believe some of you guys are saying this album is bad! It in no way is predictable or samey. The style is similar to More Betterness, but this is an album full of new stuff. The guitar playing and vocals are spot on, and the drumming is fantastic. the duet with Karina Denike on "This is a Rebel Song" is top notch and probably way better than the original. But what stands out for me would be the revamp of "Let Me Down" which is better than the fat Music 5 version.
I'd recommend this to any NUFAN fan. It's not their best CD (i loved Leche Con carne) but it is still a great album and a good addition to the NUFAN collection. I must disagree with whoever said "fans of NUFAN are just Pennywise fans who think they are cool true punkers". That's rubbish. NUFAN has more fans than you'd realise, and their music is rated highly, especially by myself!"
One of the best punk albums
blinkfizz | Leeds, United Kingdom | 07/04/2002
(5 out of 5 stars)

"This album is ace, it is my first No Use album and I discovered them on the NOFX and Bad Religion album sleeves. The solos rock and the songs are sublime ecspecially 'Dumb Reminders' and 'Solitaire. Invest now!"
Can you say "Pop-Punk"?
Schlongy Dongy | Superworld of Autobaun Peninsula? | 12/14/2004
(5 out of 5 stars)

"No Use for a Name...What happened? I like almost every song on this CD. There are a few exceptions like "Any Number Can Play", but overall, it's a great CD. My only problem with the CD is that it is hugely pop and super polished. I seen it coming with "More Betterness", but I never thought they'd go so far into Blink-41/Simple-Found Glory territory. "International You Day" is hardcore pop-punk drama-about-a-girl, but not bad, and "Dumb Reminders" is the traditional filler about a missing girl song. Girls! GIRLS! We all know they cheat, lie, steal, and move, but we have crappy bands to sing about them like Blink 182 and Simple Plan. No Use should stick to politics, apartments, and fields of stuff. Like agony."