No Use For A Name ‎– The Daily Grind

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Until It's Gone 3:50
Old What's His Name 2:18
Permanent Rust 2:31
Biomag 1:29
Countdown 3:51
Hazardous To Yourself 3:05
The Daily Grind 2:22
Feeding The Fire 2:27

Versions (7)

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
FAT507-2 No Use For A Name The Daily Grind(CD, Album) Fat Wreck Chords FAT507-2 US 1993 Sell This Version
FAT507-2 No Use For A Name The Daily Grind(CD, Album) Fat Wreck Chords FAT507-2 Canada 1993 Sell This Version
FAT507-1 No Use For A Name The Daily Grind(LP, Album) Fat Wreck Chords FAT507-1 US 1993 Sell This Version
FAT507-2 No Use For A Name The Daily Grind(CD, Album, RP) Fat Wreck Chords FAT507-2 Canada 1994 Sell This Version
FAT 507-1 No Use For A Name The Daily Grind(LP, RE) Fat Wreck Chords FAT 507-1 US 2017 Sell This Version
FAT507-2 No Use For A Name The Daily Grind(CD, Album, RP) Fat Wreck Chords FAT507-2 US Unknown Sell This Version
FAT 507-1 No Use For A Name The Daily Grind(LP, Album, RP) Fat Wreck Chords FAT 507-1 US Unknown Sell This Version

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fruitkiller

fruitkiller

December 7, 2013
referencing The Daily Grind, CD, Album, FAT507-2

NUFAN at their very peak, still had the intensity/social commentary/intelligent lyrics of their 3 earlier pre-Bad Religion influences everybody with their (great) idea of melodic hardcore punk. Tony Sly's voice is now as great as Greg Graffin and in this and Leche Con Carne sounded a lot like him in fact.

This just has the just perfect balance of metal-tinged hardcore punk of the late 80's/early 90's with the more melodic punk rock that was rising in the mid 90's. This one is better than Leche Con Carne because it is shorter, no filler, from Until It's Gone to Feeding The Fire is perfect blazing melodic hardcore punk/skatecore with great lyrics the whole time. Until It's Gone is more relevant than ever and the lyrics to Hazardous To Yourself and Old What's His Name always resounded with me as things I would have liked to write myself. 5/5