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No Use For A Name

Keep Them Confused

Fat Wreck Chords 691

Released on June 14, 2005


NO USE FOR A NAME are one of independent music’s most dominant and everlasting forces; and nothing could solidify their firm grip on the underground more so than their new record, Keep Them Confused. Keep Them Confused and it’s fourteen tracks document the band’s sincere dedication to quality songwriting and energetic punk rock, while marking a new chapter in the band’s career.

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Average Customer Rating: 3.5 with 5 reviews (See Below)
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Song Titles
# Song Name Popularity
1 Part Two Voted #1  13%
2 There Will Be Revenge Voted #3  11%
3 For Fiona  10%
4 Check For A Pulse Voted #2  12%
5 Divine Let Down  1%
6 Black Box  7%
7 Bullets  8%
8 Failing is Easier (Part Three)  1%
9 Apparition  11%
10 It's Tragic  7%
11 Killing Time  11%
12 Slowly Fading Fast  4%
13 Overdue  2%
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Drew from San Angelo, TX 
May 30 2006 Rating: 4/5 Stars

Catchy release from NUFAN. Fits nicely in the overall discography of NUFAN. Just as catchy as "More Betterness!" and "Hard Rock Bottom". Lyrical content mostly covers emotional topics but there are actually two songs,"Its Tragic" and "Killing Time" and that give references to America and the war. For Fiona is written by Tony Sly about his wife...(hence the title). Track 8, Failing is Easier (Part Three) is a short instrumental song but its not really music its just abstract sounds. So that makes it kind of different. If you're already a fan of NUFAN, then you already own this. And if you aren't, then its time to turn the tide and become one. 4 stars because its not the best NUFAN CD ever, but it fits well as their next release.

Ps. watch them live.

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Brian from Hilton Head, SC 
Aug 13 2005 Rating: 1/5 Stars

What a shame. This is such a far cry from, my introduction to NUFAN, "Leche Con Carne". I understand that was ten years ago and they have grown up...but they should have released this album under a different band name.

NUFAN has died. And this album shows. Thanks for all the awesome albums you've put out in the past. R.I.P.

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Mattia from Monza (mi), Italy 
Jul 16 2005 Rating: 3/5 Stars

Same old NUFAN. A bit boring after a while, especially if you've spent your youth listening to More Betterness and Hard rock Bottom a million times a day, as I've done. It's not bad, but nothing new.

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Lisa from Oakland, CA 
Jun 27 2005 Rating: 5/5 Stars

Another great No Use record! The songs and artwork have a more mature vibe about them. I think all the guys have kids now? They don't miss a beat on excellent songs with great melodies and harmonies. If you're a fan you'll dig this. If you've never heard them...get with the program and check it out.

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Preston from Chandler, AZ 
Jun 18 2005 Rating: 5/5 Stars

NUFAN never let's me down. If you liked the last two albums, you'll love this one. Great vocals and melodies along with a fast paced drum beat.

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