Coaster - NOFX
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  • Summary: The 11th album for the San Francisco-based punk-rock band was produced with Bill Stevenson.
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  1. Solid, creative, urgent albums like Coaster cement the fact that whenever someone gets around to opening a Punk Rock Hall Of Fame, NOFX should be in its inaugural clas. [Jun 2009, p97]
  2. Despite these touches, musically NOFX are pretty much doing the same thing they always have.
  3. Coaster’s not exemplary, but it’s definitely a quality late-career entry in NOFX’s increasingly uniform catalogue.
  4. As a whole, it's not one of their best records, considering the size of their discography, but it's not a bad little record. Fans will like it since the band is still shining as a tight unit and hasn't lost a step musically.
  5. Beneath their notorious humour, 11th studio album Coaster is less angry than previous political witch hunts, but Fat Mike and co still love to offend.
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  1. Sep 14, 2010
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    This is a pretty cool album, its full of the humour that NOFX are famous for, but it also gets very personal on songs like orphan year, Im a huge fan of the band and i love it, but for people just wanting to get in to NOFX i would recommend war on errorism or white trash two heebs and a bean. still a great little album though Expand

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