Radovan Budos

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NOFX ranked

Ranking what used to be my favorite band by far when I was 8-11. It was literally the only band I listened to at the time.
Liberal Animation

They just weren't sure what they want to do. Some cool moments here, but overall it's pretty sloppy. Key tracks: Shut Up Already, Here Comes the Neighborhood, Mr. Jones, Beer Bong
Self Entitled

In 2012, I kinda 'grew out' of NOFX already. I would have liked it way more if it came out earlier, but it's a good record nonetheless. Key tracks: 72 Hookers, She Didn't Lose Her Baby, Cell Out, I've Got One Jealous Again Again
S&M Airlines

NOFX found their sound here, but it wasn't quite IT yet. Key Tracks: Professional Crastination, S&M Airlines, Life O'Riley, Jaundiced Eye

This one came out at the peak of my NOFX fandom and I remember that it disappointed me a little. Still liked it a lot. Key tracks: We Called It America, My Orphan Year, The Best God in Show, One Million Coasters

The album feels like a preparation for the two little masterpieces which follow it (White Trash, Punk in Drublic). Key tracks: Green Corn, Showerdays, Brain Constipation, The Malachi Crunch
Pump Up the Valuum

The album where NOFX first went more pop than punk, a phase which still lasts. Key tracks: Take Two Placebos And Call Me Lame, Dinosaurs Will Die, Total Bummer, Theme From A NOFX Album
Wolves in Wolves Clothing

A solid late career release that shows that NOFX haven't ran out of ideas. Key tracks: 60%, The Man I Killed, Leaving Jesusland, Door Nails
So Long and Thanks for All the Shoes

The Cali four-piece was never more diverse than on this 1997 release. Key tracks: Kids of the K-Hole, All Outta Angst, Eat the Meek, The Desperation's Gone
The War on Errorism

On the other hand, this is far from fan-favorite and this is when NOFX got almost 100% political. Key tracks: The Separation of Church and Skate, Franco Un-American, Mattersville, Whoops I OD'd
Punk in Drublic

NOFX's most famous album. Fun, fast-paced and influential. Key tracks: Linoleum, Don't Call Me White, Perfect Government, Reeko
Heavy Petting Zoo

Easily their most underrated album. The serious songs here are just fantastic. Also the most nostalgic record for me. Key tracks: Philthy Phil Philanthropist, Freedom Like a Shopping Cart, Bleeding Heart Disease, Drop the World
White Trash, Two Heebs and a Bean

This is really just 32 minutes of great 90s punk (sometimes ska). As good as NOFX gets. If it wasn't for Straight Edge and Buggley Eyes, I would probably 5 it. Key tracks: Soul Doubt, Bob, The Bag, Johnny Appleseed.
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