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NOFX

S&M Airlines

Epitaph 86405

Released on August 1, 1989


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Average Customer Rating: 4.5 with 9 reviews (See Below)
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Song Titles
# Song Name Popularity
1 Day To Daze  11%
2 Five Feet Under  3%
3 Professional Crastination  4%
4 Mean People Suck  3%
5 Vanilla Sex Voted #2  14%
6 S & M Airlines Voted #1  22%
7 Drug Free America  7%
8 Life O'Riley  8%
9 You Drink You Drive You Spill Voted #3  12%
10 Scream For Change  2%
11 Jaundiced Eye  9%
12 Go Your Own Way  6%
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Adrian from Houston, TX 
Apr 11 2006 Rating: 5/5 Stars

This is like Ribbed, but with less good songs ..Buy it to complete the collection or out of interest. I think they were really wasted makin this, whatever.

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Brian from Iron Mountain, MI 
May 3 2005 Rating: 3/5 Stars

Not the best cd by nofx. This kinda sucks, its mostly metal. The song S&M airlines sucked ass and rancids version of vanilla sex is way better. The only reason I give this cd a three is because the song "Go your own way" is awsome.

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Steven from Normandy Park, WA 
Apr 16 2005 Rating: 4/5 Stars

i dont know you would call this metal, it just sounds like any 80s punk like black flag or minor threat, only they play theer guitar really well, that doesn't make them metal, its a great cd, for anyone who really like nofx like there newer stuff, this is differant, it sounds very differant, but its good anyway

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Jeff from Sugar Land, TX 
Apr 15 2005 Rating: 5/5 Stars

Good old classic 1980's NOFX. I wouldent call this album metal, but it kinda dose have a metal sound to it and they did have Steve play guitar and he has the same hair style as those 80's hair bands but still the years was 1989. The album talks about sex ("S&M Airlines" "Vanilla Sex") and drugs ("5 Feet Under" "Day To Daza") and Greg and Mr. Brett do thear all so famous ozz in ahh's on 3 of the songs I also like the Fleetwood Mack cover. I think the best song is "Jaundiced Eye".

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Jeff from Danville, CA 
Apr 28 2004 Rating: 5/5 Stars

This album is one of NOFX's best.Some of the things i like about it are that brett and greg from bad religion do harmonies on four or five songs, Fat Mike's voice sounds great on here (and ribbed), and NOFX has some humor on this one. I could definately see how Flipside fanzine would think this is metal(but dont be thrown off by that)its got a more mid tempo on some songs and steve's metal guitar and metaly solos(like the ones in liberal animation and ribbed). Buy this, ribbed, 45/46, punk in drublic , and Pump up the Valuum if you wanna hear NOFX's best(in my opinion).

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RenĂ©e from Joliette, PQ Canada 
Apr 9 2004 Rating: 5/5 Stars

This is NOFX's best album. Their best riffs are on there, their classics are all on there, from the beginning to the end of the cd, it's a blast. There are insanely fast guitar solos and very original guitar riffs. You just feel like singing along.

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Brian from Paramus, NJ 
Dec 31 2002 Rating: 5/5 Stars

Oh yes, NOFX's first Epitpah full-lenghted is in my top 2 favorite NOFX releases. Fat Mike can't really sing so his out of keyness always adds to the fun. Everysong is good, dealing with different topics. Since the guitarist is a metaler for their first 2 or 3 releases it gives them a metal edge which I like. *rejoice* Essential Tracks: S&M Airlines, Life O'riley, Drug Free America

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Roger from Charlotte Hall, MD 
Nov 11 2002 Rating: 5/5 Stars

Great CD. This is when Mike's voice cleared but was still out of key, but that shows NOFX was practicing. Get this if you're a NOFX fan. Just think, this is one of the only bands that don't suck on Epitaph(along with Rancid, Bad Religion, and RKL).

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Chris from Middlebury, CT 
Jan 19 2001 Rating: 2/5 Stars

i dont know..this cd kind of sucks, i mean its old and different from alot of the other nofx shit. Greg Graffin and Brett sing on a few tracks so thats cool, also theres a cool cover of 'Go your own way'..but if you like nofx (get it)

 
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