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Wrecktrospective (Triple Disc)

Fat Wreck Chords 700

Released on December 8, 2009


After 20 years as one of the premiere independent labels, as well as punk rock’s most admired, Fat Wreck Chords has amassed an extraordinary catalog of artists and releases. Label founder Fat Mike (singer/songwriter of NOFX) consistently adhered to an ethos of putting out releases that always measured up to listeners’ expectations. The result was an unspoken guarantee to fans through which Fat Wreck Chords became a coveted brand name and the gold standard among punk labels. With multiple releases from heavyweights Lagwagon, Propagandhi, No Use For a Name, Strung Out, Me First and the Gimme Gimmes, Descendents, Anti-Flag, Against Me, and Rise Against, Fat managed to cultivate and evolve a recognizable sound in music. Having issued more than 280 releases over the course of the label’s first 20 years in the business, it is a daunting task to try to encapsulate Fat’s rich history into a box set. Nonetheless, that is what we attempted to do with WRECKTROSPECTIVE. Three discs and a huge booklet render a view of Fat Wreck Chords’ journey along the path of its storied existence. The first disc is a sampling of the label’s greatest hits. The second disc contains an array of all unreleased demos and rarities. The third disc is the limited release Fat Club 7” series in its entirety. Finally, the booklet provides an oral history of sorts, chock-full of stories from band members, as well as a timeline of all Fat’s releases. The box set as a whole is an essential piece of punk rock history, a must-have for fans, and a hallmark of the dominating influence Fat Wreck Chords had in shaping a genre.

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Average Customer Rating: 5 with 3 reviews (See Below)
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Song Titles
# Song Name Popularity
1 NOFX -The Separation Of Church And Skate Voted #1  9%
2 Lagwagon -Violins  4%
3 Propagandhi -Back To The Motor League  6%
4 No Use For A Name -Soulmate  0%
5 Bracket -2RAK005  3%
6 Strung Out -Too Close To See  0%
7 Face To Face -You’ve Done Nothing  0%
8 Good Riddance -Weight Of The World  0%
9 Tilt -War Room  0%
10 Me First And The Gimme Gimmes -Leaving On A Jet Plane  0%
11 Wizo -Raum Der Zeit  0%
12 Frenzal Rhomb -Never Had So Much Fun  0%
13 Hi-Standard -Wait For The Sun  1%
14 Snuff -Martin  2%
15 Goober Patrol -Easy Life  0%
16 Swingin’ Utters -Windspitting Punk  4%
17 Screeching Weasel -Cool Kids  2%
18 Mad Caddies -Mary Melody  1%
19 Consumed -Brutal Truth  1%
20 Sick Of It All -The Bland Within  1%
21 Avail -Black And Red  0%
22 Less Than Jake -Gainesville Rock City  1%
23 Anti-Flag -Turncoat  4%
24 Rise Against -Heaven Knows Voted #3  7%
25 Real Mckenzies -Kings Of Fife  0%
26 Lawrence Arms -Like A Record Player  3%
27 Dillinger Four -Americaspremierefaithbasedinitiative  0%
28 None More Black -Everyday Balloons  0%
29 Against Me! -T.S.R  0%
30 Descendents -‘Merican  3%
31 Only Crime -R.J.R.  2%
32 Chixdiggit! -I Remember You  2%
33 Dead To Me -By The Throat  3%
34 Good Riddance -Flies First Class  0%
35 Rise Against -Alive And Well  2%
36 Flatliners -Eulogy  4%
37 NOFX -It’s My Job To Keep Punk Rock Elite  3%
38 Lawrence Arms -On With The Show  3%
39 Lagwagon -Bury The Hatchet  0%
40 Western Addiction -The Church Of Black Flag  0%
41 Loved Ones -Living Will (Get You Dead)  0%
42 Star Fucking Hipsters -Immigrants & Hypocrites  0%
43 Bracket -Everyone Is Telling Me I’ll Never Win, If I Fall In Love With A Girl From..  0%
44 American Steel -Sons Of Avarice  0%
45 Nerf Herder -5000 Ways To Die  0%
46 Propagandhi -Middle Finger Response  0%
47 None More Black -Slytherin? My Ass!  2%
48 Swingin’ Utters -A Promise To Distinction  0%
49 Against Me -You Look Like I Need A Drink (Acoustic)  0%
50 Soviettes -Multiply And Divide  0%
51 Zero Down -No Apologies  0%
52 No Use For A Name -Always Carrie  0%
53 Dead To Me -Writing Letters  1%
54 Strung Out -Alone  0%
55 Dickies -My Pop The Cop  0%
56 Avail -Done Reckoning  0%
57 Mad Caddies -Polyester Khakis  0%
58 Sainte Catherines -Hau Weg Die Scheisse  0%
59 Epoxies -It’s You  0%
60 Smoke Or Fire -Goodbye To Boston  0%
61 Anti-Flag -Underground Network Voted #2  9%
62 Vandals -Underground  0%
63 Vandals -Why Are You Alive  0%
64 American Steel -Middle Of The Night  0%
65 American Steel -New Religion Everyday  0%
66 Real Mckenzies -Another Round  0%
67 Real Mckenzies -Loch Lomond  0%
68 MXPX -The Road Less Traveled  0%
69 MXPX -You Hold The Key  0%
70 Strike Anywhere -Antidote  0%
71 Strike Anywhere -Asleep  0%
72 Randy -I'm Stepping Out  1%
73 Randy -Unite  3%
74 Randy -Freedom Song  2%
75 NOFX -Zyklone B Bathouse  1%
76 NOFX -Spaghetti Motel  0%
77 Swingin’ Utters -Black Mountain Rain  0%
78 Swingin’ Utters -Outside Life  0%
79 Strung Out -Dig  0%
80 Strung Out -Lost Motel  0%
81 Enemy You -The Promise Breakers  0%
82 Enemy You -Kind Hearts  0%
83 Enemy You -Emma  0%
84 Lawrence Arms -Porno And Snuff Films  2%
85 Lawrence Arms -A Toast  3%
86 Lawrence Arms -Overheated  0%
87 One Man Army -Victoria  5%
88 One Man Army -She Wants Me Dead  2%
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Sonic from Norwalk, CT 
Feb 21 2013 Rating: 5/5 Stars

I'll admit I'm no longer the total Fat-oholic that I used to be as a teen, but I still had a lot of fun with this great compilation (after all, this is the label responsible for my first punk show back in 2005.) It caters to fans of all of their eras, with the "greatest hits" disc being my favorite. The other two are cool as well, particularly the demo-and-rarity-filled second disc: I had no idea that Bracket had a damned-fine acoustic version of "Everyone Is Telling Me I’ll Never Win..." I'd suggest giving this comp a look, so you can spoil yourself with a Fat treasure-trove for a reasonable price.

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Jimmy from Acme, PA 
Dec 30 2009 Rating: 5/5 Stars

Awesome Awesome comp! If youve ever liked any of the Fat bands, get this! 3 cds for $15, how can you go wrong? I like the demo disc the best. Also comes with an awesome poster!

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David from Lemon Grove, CA 
Dec 18 2009 Rating: 5/5 Stars

I got my first taste of The Fat as a high school sophmore back in good ol' 1992...Yeah, I'm old. My friend was playing her new Lagwagon album "Duh" on her trucks kick-ass cassette tape deck, sweet! I remember thinking how awesome things must be for Fat Mike with his band on Epitaph and now he's putting out his friends albums on his very own label! Livin' the dream!

So (mumble, mumble) years later it's 2009 and I own a pretty large amount of CD's and Vinyl with the Fat Wreck logo stamped on the back. So this Wrecktrospective is a 3 disc collection of reminders of all the good times I've had listening to these overweight bands.

The first disc plays like a Fat compilation. 33 highlights from the FAT catalogue picked by the big guy himself. Though I own many of the albums that these songs come from it's still fun to listen to in the context of a "greatest hits" selection.

Disc two is very cool as it is all Demo recordings, 28 of 'em. It's always fun to hear early incarnations of songs and then you can go listen to how the songs changed in the final product. Some stand outs here are Good Riddance, Rise Against, and The Lawrence Arms.

The third and final disc is the 27 songs that make up the entire collection of the "Fat Club, Monthly 7 Inch Series". This is full of great songs, many of them only found here. My favorites here are The Vandals, American Steel, Swingin' Utters, Larry Arms, and One Man Army.

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