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Wolves In Wolves' Clothing

Fat Wreck Chords 711

Released on April 18, 2006



The recent release of the Never Trust A Hippy EP, and 2005’s NOFX 7” Of The Month Club offered just a sampling of the impending eighteen tracks that are Wolves In Wolves’ Clothing. After garnering major political press (Newsweek, CNN, NY Times, etc.) with the 2003 release of The War On Errorism, and their involvement with Punk Voter, NOFX take a seemingly less politically targeted approach with Wolves In Wolves’ Clothing. “Seemingly”, but not “actually”, as the album is filled with songs that will make you think, alongside songs that go good with drink! NOFX forge new territory on the punk rock landscape with offerings like the dub/post-punk/beatles-inspired “The Marxist Brothers”, and the new wave-inspired “Getting High On The Down Low”. With the release of their 11th studio full length, it’s clear that NOFX are not just a mainstay, but a frontrunner in the world of independent music.

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Song Titles
# Song Name Popularity
1 %  0%
2 USA-Holes  0%
3 Seeing Double at the Triple Rock  0%
4 We March to the Beat of Indifferent Drum  0%
5 The Marxist Brothers  0%
6 The Man I Killed  0%
7 Benny Got Blowed Up  0%
8 Leaving Jesusland  0%
9 Getting High on the Down Low  0%
10 Cool and Unusual Punishment  0%
11 Wolves in Wolves Clothing  0%
12 Cantado en Espaol  0%
13 Times F***eder  0%
14 Instant Crassic  0%
15 You Will Lose Faith  0%
16 One Celled Creature  0%
17 Door Nails  0%
18 % (Reprise)  0%
19 [Untitled Track]  0%
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Ryan from Newport Beach, CA 
Nov 28 2006 Rating: 5/5 Stars

"When in Minnesota and you got a drinking quota." I couldn't have said it better. I think I'm going to name my first born NOFX. They're that good.

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Sean from Birdsboro, PA 
Nov 1 2006 Rating: 5/5 Stars

This was an amazing CD! I was so dissapointed with their last one, The War on Errorism, but this renewed my love for NOFX. Also pick up Punk in Drublic, one of the best Punk albums of all time.

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Isaac from La Pryor, TX 
Aug 2 2006 Rating: 3/5 Stars

I have to say I was disappointed with this album. Its good but compared to the other stuff, this is a confusing album where they just threw in a bunch of random songs on it. I feel that even the best songs feel way too short while the the ones I don't like are longer. Track 6 and 13 needs to be longer!!! I actually give this 3 1/2.

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Keifer from Bellaire, MI 
Jul 27 2006 Rating: 4/5 Stars

definelty good cd, but kinda not what i was ready for when i put it in to listen, like its definetly slower, the guitar is not like before and a new generation of punk, which is a little easier on the ears, if yur gunna buy just one nofx cd, not this one, but definetly for a nofx fan.

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Joshua from Modiin, Israel 
Jul 22 2006 Rating: 5/5 Stars

these guys are the kings of punkrock, these album proves it.. they maybe getting old but they sure know how to rock! what can i say? its NOFX!

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Thomas from Stavanger, Norway 
Jul 8 2006 Rating: 5/5 Stars

I place the latest art work of NoFx "wolves in wolves clothing" in top 5 of everything the golden Frisco boys have ever done. I mean this as a huge compliment, and this album is well worth the money! This album got everything NoFx stands for: political lyrics, catching rythms, sing along chorus, pace, and of course humor... Fat Mike proves again the brilliant song writer he is, and i just fell in love with it instantly...

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Nicky from Anderson, CA 
May 23 2006 Rating: 5/5 Stars

Just get it. It's fucking awesome and you will thank yourself for it. Buy it. The best songs are 100 times fuckder and Leaving Jesusland. The rest is fucking awesome as well.

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Cort from Newton, NJ 
May 10 2006 Rating: 5/5 Stars

i love nofx. this is another great cd by them. their lyrics seem a bit jaded on it. luckily for me i enjoy jaded lyrics.

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Olivier from Newport, PQ Canada 
May 6 2006 Rating: 5/5 Stars

Very nice CD! Seeing Double At The triple Rock, The Man I Killed and 100 Times Fuckeder are the best tracks on it. Some song are slow, but it sounds good at least. Buy it if you're a Nofx fan!

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Fat from Douglas, AZ 
May 3 2006 Rating: 2/5 Stars

Ok,what seems that every person don´t want to fucken admit fucking sucks!!!...well it doesn´t suck as an individual album,it sucks as an NOFX album....there´s actually no bad NOFX album,but,greatest songs,Seein´Double,Fuckeder,60 %,...I found funny Cantado En Español....a fucken bad translated(but you can figure it out) spanish,but back to this´s an average album,I´m not against experimental shit but they fucked it on this one....I like the idea about gettin´so religious and shit,and about the drugs shit and cocaine shit and all that but this album ain´t greater than any other NOFX album since 2 Heebs to WOE...that´s the only thing that´s fucked up...and I´m a long time NOFX me I´m fuckin covered in tears right now writin´this but that´s the only true man...even the 7 inch of the month songs were greater than this...but buy it anyway,jsut for fill up yer collection and make your own judgement on it....later....

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