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NOFX

Regaining Unconsciousness

Fat Wreck Chords 656

Released on March 25, 2003

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Here's the new EP by NOFX. This EP precedes the full length album which is to be released on Fat Wreck Chords in May 2003! The NOFX band wanted to give the kids a taste of the material they've been slaving over in the studio and thus was born "Regaining Unconsciousness". Four of the five songs on this EP will be on the full length, but the fifth "Hardcore '84" shall remain exclusive to this EP! The looming world political situation, and more specifically the political climate here at home, have brought on a new level of complication and urgency to NOFXs music and message. At the end of the the day, this is a better stronger NOFX that everyone will love!

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Average Customer Rating: 4.5 with 31 reviews (See Below)
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# Song Name Popularity
1 Mediocre (CD Only) Voted #3  21%
2 Idiots Are Taking Over Voted #2  24%
3 Franco Un-American Voted #1  33%
4 Hardcore '84  15%
5 Commercial (CD Only)  7%
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Brian from Portland, ME 
Mar 9 2008 Rating: 4/5 Stars

just another nofx ep. Dont get me wrong as its good. 3 of the songs are on war on errorism(which I think is a great album)Hardcore 84 is a great song. There is a bonus segment whick is kinda funny. If you have like 6 bucks laying around oick this up- hardcore 84 does not disappoint.

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Adrian from Houston, TX 
Apr 5 2006 Rating: 4/5 Stars

Uh it's Nofx, been listenin to em for 2 years and didnt know this was out before i got American errorist, whatever. Hardcore '84 kicked some major ass. The hidden track/commerical was funny cause it was El Heffe and one the clips they played he's somebody else goes "dude we're savin that one for punk o rama 28".

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RenĂ©e from Joliette, PQ Canada 
Apr 9 2004 Rating: 4/5 Stars

None of my friends like the new NOFX stuff but I cannot understand them. Of course their music evolved and their lyrics too, but hell, Fat Mike's lyrics on this cd completely amaze me. I think that Fat Mike is really a master in the art of writing punk rock lyrics and for the musical change, you have to be opened to different music styles in life. 2 songs out of 4 are kind of slow and catchy songs but what the hell, isn't music supposed to be catchy?

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Roy from Kingsville, TX 
Feb 12 2004 Rating: 5/5 Stars

NOfx Is one Of my Favorite bands and when i saw this for the first time on interpunk i was like i got to get my chubby little digits on that so i did and it was better than i expected NOfx keep up the good work you made me proud ,buy this cd if you wanna sample get a little taste of the war on errorism

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Josh from Elkview, WV 
Dec 28 2003 Rating: 4/5 Stars

Nothing special about this ep. Just hardcore 84 which is a decent song. Go a head and get it if you've got a few extra dollars laying around

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Mark from Delanson, NY 
Sep 14 2003 Rating: 3/5 Stars

I got this the first day it came out, and I was extremely excited, I mean, it was a new nofx ep. Sadly, it did, as the others said, kinda ruin war on errorism for me. But just imagine sitting in your room, not knowing what to expect, and hearing all these new nofx songs, it was awesome. The commercial made me want to crap back before I got the war on errorism. Hardcore '84 is a pretty good song as well. I think it would've been best if they release 2 songs off of the cd and 2 ep exclusives though, like on the bottles to the ground ep. I fuck farm animals.

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Jeff from Glenshaw, PA 
Aug 24 2003 Rating: 2/5 Stars

This CD almost ruined "the War On Errorism". I mean don't get me wrong the songs are really good, but theres something that sucks about a band releasing so many songs before the record comes out. Between this and a comp they released like 2/3rds of "Errorisms" songs before it came out. And while I like "errorism", I woulda loved it more when it came out if I didnt already know half the words.

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Justin from Las Vegas, NV 
Jul 17 2003 Rating: 4/5 Stars

This cd was pretty good for an ep, although 3 of the 4 songs are on the war on errorism cd. The only song thats not is Hardcore '84, and that is the best song from this cd.

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Jason from Winchester, IL 
Jul 16 2003 Rating: 5/5 Stars

This is one of the coolest singles I own. But if you don't have the new cd don't get this first. It will ruin the album, I learned the hard way. Hardcore '84 is my favorite song, and this is the only place to get it.

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Shawnna from Crestwood, KY 
Jul 9 2003 Rating: 4/5 Stars

This is Adam, not Shawnna. Very good sneak peak to War on Errorism. I wouldn't suggest buying it now since War on Errorism has been out for a few months now. Buy War on Errorism unless you really want the song "Hardcore '84" and the commercial.

 
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