Their 9th proper studio release, The Feel Good Record of the Year, serves to solidify their firm grip on the underground music scene. Laden with the perfect marriage of aggressive guitar work and the ear-catching, melodic hooks that No Use For A Name have become known for, this release promises to satiate long time fans and endear a plethora of new ones.
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Jeremy from Freeport, IL
Jun 26 2008
This CD was definitely better than their previous effort, and I'd say I like it just as much as Hard Rock Bottom (which is very similar to this CD). With the exception of the two slow and deathly boring songs, this CD brought a little of the speed back that I think No Use needs to really sound right. Though I would still recommend almost any of their earlier albums (Daily Grind, Leche Con Carne, Making Friends, More Betterness) over this one, I was not disappointed with the sound they went with on this CD. Definitely pick it up if you want some top-tier fast pop-punk.