NOFX Adds New Cut To Its 'Greatest'

Veteran Southern California punk act NOFX will include one new song on its lengthy upcoming collection, "The Greatest Songs Ever Written (By Us)."

Veteran Southern California punk act NOFX will include one new song on its lengthy upcoming collection, "The Greatest Songs Ever Written (By Us)." Due Nov. 9 via Epitaph, the disc will boast 26 past favorites and a new tune dedicated to fans and compatriots, "Wore Out the Soles of My Party Boots."

The set includes such early cuts as "Day to Daze," from the band's 1989 Epitaph set "S&M Airlines," to "Franco Unamerican" and "The Separation of Church & Skate" from last year's "The War on Errorism" (Fat Wreck Chords).

Although never afraid to poke fun and provoke its audience, in recent years, the band's outspoken left-leaning stance has put it on the front lines of political activism, fusing music and message in the grandest of egalitarian punk rock traditions.

Released in May 2003, "The War on Errorism" debuted at No. 1 on Billboard's Top Independent Albums chart and No. 44 on The Billboard 200. It has sold 174,000 copies in the United States, according to Nielsen SoundScan.

Across two decades and more than a dozen releases, the act has recorded for Mystic, Epitaph and vocalist/bassist Fat Mike's own Fat Wreck Chords. Through its career, NOFX has sold more than 4.5 million units worldwide, according to Epitaph.

Here is "The Greatest Songs Ever Written (By Us)" track list:

"Dinosaurs Will Die"
"Linoleum"
"Bob"
"The Separation of Church & Skate"
"Murder the Government"
"Bleeding Heart Disease"
"Bottles to the Ground"
"180 Degrees"
"Party Enema"
"What's the Matter With Kids Today"
"Reeko"
"Stickin in My Eye"
"All Outta Angst"
"Leave It Alone"
"Green Corn"
"The Longest Line"
"Thank God It's Monday"
"The Idiots Are Taking Over"
"Don't Call Me White"
"Day to Daze"
"Soul Doubt"
"Philthy Phil Philanthropist"
"Shut Up Already"
"It's My Job to Keep Punk Rock Elite"
"Franco Unamerican"
"Kill All the White Man"
"Wore Out the Soles of My Party Boots" (previously unreleased)