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No Use For A Name

Hard Rock Bottom

Fat Wreck Chords 639

Released on June 18, 2002


$8.00

Since their humble beginnings in the bay area punk scene way back in the late 80s, No Use For A Name have been carving out a place in a genre they've helped to define. After touring like nomads in support of their last album, More Betterness (1999) the band set aside a major chunk of 2001 to write and record, demo-ing and tweeking their new songs like never before. Hard Rock Bottom is their best work so far! Thirteen songs that run the gamut between introspective down trodden minimalism to pure unharnessed punk rock!

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Average Customer Rating: 3.5 with 18 reviews (See Below)
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Song Titles
# Song Name Popularity
1 Feels Like Home  4%
2 International You Day Voted #1  23%
3 Pre-Medicated Murder  2%
4 Dumb Reminders  8%
5 Any Number Can Play  6%
6 Friends Of The Enemy Voted #2  15%
7 Angela  10%
8 Let Me Down Voted #3  11%
9 This Is A Rebel Song  5%
10 Solitaire  4%
11 Undefeated  3%
12 Insecurity Alert  3%
13 Nailed Shut  7%
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Luis from Palmdale, CA 
Nov 30 2009 Rating: 4/5 Stars

I must admit I like this CD, Its not there best work but its still good. I think there best cd is leche con carne. I give this cd 4 stars buy it if your a NUFAN fan and if you havent seen them live I recomend that you do.

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Jeremy from Tigard, OR 
Nov 21 2008 Rating: 5/5 Stars

Love this CD! I own all of their records and I personally think this one is the best. I recommend it if you're new to No Use or you like any of their other records.

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Vinny from Orange Park, FL 
Jan 4 2006 Rating: 4/5 Stars

It's a really good No Use cd and I really enjoy it. More Betterness in my opinion is when Tony started to change his singing voice and I really liked it in More Betterness and I still like it on this cd even though it changed even more, but by the time he made Keep Them Confused his voice had changed too much in my opinion. So really there are too extremes of Tony's voice between his early stuff and his latest stuff and this album falls somewhere in between but More Betterness is More Better.

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Yunsheng from Athens, OH 
Feb 21 2004 Rating: 3/5 Stars

i've owned this cd for almost a year and i've noticed that i never listen to it. it's not that the songs are horrible (for the most part, they're all right), it's just that they're aren't anything special. for example, "dumb reminders" is pretty catchy but it's also pretty bland. "angela" is a nice, apologetic love song but is, unfortunately, incredibly annoying. this cd is somewhere in the mediocre to decent range and i would advise only hardcore NUFAN fans to purchase this release. the mass pop-punkers should look elsewhere.

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Nick from Suffolk, United Kingdom 
Sep 10 2003 Rating: 5/5 Stars

NUFAN's newest offering and a really good album. Much like 'More Betterness' rather than 'Making Friends' or 'Leche Con Carne'. Typical No Use For A Name. Melodic and excellent vocals. Buy It!

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Levi from Marshalltown, IA 
May 21 2003 Rating: 4/5 Stars

This album pretty much picks up where "More Betterness!" left off. The best part of the album is the intro, where "Feels Like Home" leads into "International You Day". It was also fun to hear a different version of "Let Me Down" after it appeared on Fat Music Vol. V. The enhanced part of the CD is entertaining as well, so this album is definitely worth the purchase.

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Lea from Huntington, WV 
Mar 3 2003 Rating: 5/5 Stars

definately a great NUFAN album. i can listen to this cd from start to finish over and over and over again. not one song is bad and they are all catchy and very enjoyable. i also reccomend getting NUFAN's "more betterness" album, this and that are the best NUFAN material i have heard. this band rocks.

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Nathan from Conwy, United Kingdom 
Feb 10 2003 Rating: 3/5 Stars

Hmmmm this is a good album, not as good as their early stuff, but its still pretty good. some tracks are kinda crappy but overall its pretty cool.....'more betterness' is the one to get if you like their newer stuff, but personally i recommend 'making friends' or 'dont miss the train'

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Derrick from Nepean, ON Canada 
Jan 8 2003 Rating: 4/5 Stars

This was a pretty good no use disk, definately on the poppier side of punk with lyrics that for some songs, lack kick. However, top marks for catchy, foot tappin', head bobbingness! Once you pop it in your stereo, It'll be there for a while. And of note, there's this humorus video thing on the enhanced side of things. My Fav tunes are Friends of the Enemy, Let Me Down, annnnnnd Nailed Shut!

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Jen from Champaign, IL 
Jan 4 2003 Rating: 3/5 Stars

No Use is a great band, especially live. This cd has some weird twists to it, and seems to have somewhat of a more pop-punk feel at times. If you are considering buying a cd, I would suggest LIVE IN A DIVE. That cd blows me away.. They could not be BETTER live.

 
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