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Split Series Vol. 3

BYO 79

Released on March 5, 2002

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This 3rd Volume of the BYO Split Series features two of the most infamous punk bands in the world, RANCID and NOFX. The twist on this one is that each band has gone into the studio to record six of the other bands songs. Neither one revealed which songs they were going to do, so the mystery became even more of a reason to get more bold on song selelctions, and the outcome is amazing. The contrasting styles of both bands make the songs that much more interesting, and the self produced efforts bring forth all the energy and fury that punk rock is built on.

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Average Customer Rating: 4.5 with 70 reviews (See Below)
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Song Titles
# Song Name Popularity
1 NOFX - I'm the One  7%
2 NOFX - Olympia WA Voted #1  15%
3 NOFX - Tenderloin  3%
4 NOFX - Antennaes  8%
5 NOFX - Corozon de Oro  7%
6 NOFX - Radio Voted #3  11%
7 Rancid - Moron Bros.  7%
8 Rancid - Stickin in My Eye  8%
9 Rancid - Bob Voted #2  12%
10 Rancid - Don't Call Me White  7%
11 Rancid - The Brews  8%
12 Rancid - Vanilla Sex  6%
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Matt from Logan, UT 
Jul 7 2009 Rating: 5/5 Stars

You should know what Rancid and NOFX sound like probably. So imagine NOFX playing Rancid songs and Rancid playing NOFX songs. Ta-da! That's what this split sounds like because that's what it is. And it's awesome.

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Carmen from Vienna, MD 
Oct 13 2006 Rating: 4/5 Stars

well you've got rancid which is good even though they're NOFX songs, and you've got NOFX playing some stuff which is bad but at least they're playing rancid songs, (even though the butcher them a bit). buy it for Rancid. not NOFX.

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Kendra from Goffstown, NH 
Jul 19 2004 Rating: 4/5 Stars

Rancid and NOFX are 2 of the best punk bands of all time. The only flaw in this album is that Rancid didn't change NOFX's songs all too much, Matt Freeman added better bass riffs but Brett Reed couldn't keep up with Smelly's drumming. NOFX on the other hand took Rancid's songs and really made them their own. I would say anybody who likes Rancid and NOFX would love this Album.

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John from Johnstown, PA 
Jul 3 2004 Rating: 5/5 Stars

This whole cd was great I thought. Rancids half was really good and so was NOFX's. Moron Bros, Stickin in my eye, Bob, Dont call me white, Im the one, Tenderloin, Antennes and Radio all rocked. This is a must have for damn sure!.

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RenĂ©e from Joliette, PQ Canada 
Apr 14 2004 Rating: 5/5 Stars

If you like Rancid and NOFX, this is a must have. Rancid don't really change NOFX's songs a lot except for Matt Freeman adding incredible bass lines and different guitar riffs and vocals of course. Rancid's drummer can't quite follow up to Smelly, and Smelly does add some drummin' rhythm to Rancid's song. Look for a completely different Rancid's Radio from NOFX.

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Tom from Manchester, United Kingdom 
Feb 14 2004 Rating: 4/5 Stars

This is a good CD, but not as good as it could be. Nofx did a great job of makin the rancid songs their own. Rancid on the other hand didn't do such a good job. They didn't change anything noticable about the songs and Don't Call Me White sung by Matt is painful to listen to. STICK TO PLAYIN BASS MATT!!! Rancid in my opinion are one of the best bands in the world, but they could have made this comp so much better. Still buy this if only for nofx!

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Alex from Hendersonville, NC 
Mar 13 2003 Rating: 5/5 Stars

Bitchin CD...definitly check into it. the Rancid version of BOB is worth all the money in the world. don't listen to the Rancid version of The Moron Brothers...its sux. The two greatest Punk bands in history joining together and covering each other songs........told you its bitchin.

Starting Line, Reliant K, NFG, Blink 182, and Good Charlotte all blow. if you like them ur not punk.

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Teresa from Columbus, MI 
Mar 6 2003 Rating: 5/5 Stars

This is not teresa, this is Dave...but anyways. I must say that this is a must buy CD. I thought NOFX did a great job covering the Rancid songs. To be honest Rancid didnt do as best as they could Covering the NOFX songs....but it wasant to bad. but overall I gave this CD a 5, and recommend this CD to anyone who like either of these 2 bands

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Brian from Emporia, KS 
Feb 13 2003 Rating: 4/5 Stars

pretty good record. nothing really too exciting, but some fun value. both bands do a good job, no matter what people say about not trying or not sounding different or whatever. its exactly what you should expect. half the songs are nofx songs that sound like rancid, and half are rancid songs that sound like nofx. this isn't some spectacular concept or anything, its just damn cool.

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Anupama from Old Westbury, NY 
Feb 4 2003 Rating: 5/5 Stars

this cd isn't that great. i like nofx a lot but this cd just didn't cut it! i only listened to it a few times, i wouldn't recomend it.

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