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No Use For A Name

Keep Them Confused

Fat Wreck Chords 691

Released on June 14, 2005

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Average Customer Rating: 3.5 with 2 reviews (See Below)
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Song Titles
# Song Name Popularity
1 Part Two Voted #3  17%
2 There Will Be Revenge  0%
3 For Fiona Voted #2  33%
4 Check For A Pulse  0%
5 Divine Let Down  0%
6 Black Box  0%
7 Bullets  0%
8 Failing Is Easy (Part Three)  0%
9 Apparition  0%
10 It's Tragic  0%
11 Killing Time  0%
12 Slowly Fading Fast Voted #1  50%
13 Overdue  0%
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Calvin from Glasgow, United Kingdom 
Oct 12 2005 Rating: 5/5 Stars

This is the greatest album of all time. Period. Flawless melodies, flawless harmonies, flawless songwriting and flawless production. No Use For A Name just keep going from strength to strength, and this album is no exception. From start to finish all you will find is perfection. Many people have claimed that it's too poppy and too polished. These people might as well be dead.

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Tom from Audubon, PA 
Sep 21 2005 Rating: 2/5 Stars

Eh. I really like no use but this let me down big time. Songs are boring, and the singing is sub par. Buy something older.

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