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Self Entitled

Artist - NOFX
Label - Fat Wreck Chords
Cat# - FAT777
Released - Sept-11-2012
Tracks - 12
Length - 29:47
Producer(s) - Bill Stevenson
- Fat Mike
Lyrics - Click Here


Track Listing

  1. 72 Hookers (3:36)
  2. I Believe In Goddess (1:35)
  3. Ronnie & Mags (2:09)
  4. She Didn't Lose Her Baby (2:57)
  5. Secret Society (2:53)
  6. I, Fatty (1:36)
  7. Cell Out (2:03)
  8. Down With The Ship (2:23)
  9. My Sycophant Others (2:47)
  10. This Machine Is 4 (2:07)
  11. I've Got One Jealous Again, Again (3:03)
  12. Xmas Has Been X'ed (2:44)


Format: 12" EP, 45 RPM

Pressings: 2?

Format: 12" LP, 33 RPM

Matrix A Side: ?

Matrix B Side: ?

1st Pressing

Colors: Black, Tricolor (Red/Yellow/Green), Black (180gram), Clear Splattered (Store Edition)

Copies: Black, 1002 on Tricolor (Red/Yellow/Green), 500 on Black (180gram), 150 on Clear Splattered (Store Edition)


After more than a quarter century as a band, not only are NOFX not slowing things down, but they’re actually getting more aggressive. It’s like they’ve got some sort of Benjamin Button shit going on. Self Entitled is NOFX’s 12th (!!!) studio full-length, yet it feels as potent as any material they’ve ever released. Rather than drifting off into a land of forgettable and mindless rehashes of their older material like many other veteran acts, NOFX approached Self Entitled with a reinvigorated virility. The 12 tracks fully embrace the hostile early LA punk sound while maintaining just the right amount of that trademark technical and melodic sound that NOFX is renowned for. As with all NOFX albums, the subject matter on Self Entitled is diverse (politics, religion, s&m, etc.), but there is a more cohesive mood this time around. The majority of the songs display a more personal perspective from Fat Mike, which lends a more intimate feeling to the album overall. There is little question about what has separated NOFX as an enduring force in independent music, and more specifically, as an institution in the punk scene for so long. Their hallmark sound and style matched with their ability to keep things fresh is unparalleled among their peers. Self Entitled is a testament to these qualities and is yet another credit to their legacy.


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