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No Use For A Name - The Daily Grind download mp3 album
Album:
The Daily Grind
Style:
Punk
Released:
1993
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No Use for a Name (sometimes abbreviated NUFAN or No Use) were a punk rock band from San Jose, California, United States formed in 1986 by Chris Dodge (guitar), Steve Papoutsis (bass guitar) and Rory Koff (drums). The band's sound evolved considerably through its career, starting off as a Bay Area-influenced punk band, moving on to a much heavier metallic-tinted sound to finally taking on a much lighter brand of melodic punk as the years passed.

Album The Daily Grind (1993). by No Use For A Name. Label Fat Wreck Chords. the ground Look not far and you will find A tragedy, the daily grind. Seems like when the times are tough That hope is down and the price goes up There's not enough jobs to fill a cup And the streets are filled with shame Here I am in a traffic jam And ugly faces stare me down And they call this the right side of town But still I can't complain. On the other side of town, People are sleeping on the ground. Fighting wars that can't be won, A 12 year old boy, With a gun. Look not far and you will find, A tragedy, The daily grind.

Incognito is the debut album by No Use for a Name, released on New Red Archives in 1990 and re-released on Fat Wreck Chords on October 23, 2001. It was produced by Brett Gurewitz of Bad Religion. Sign the Bill" – 2:08. It Won't Happen Again" – 4:10. Hail to the King" – 1:51. Truth Hits Everybody" (The Police cover) – 2:44. Record Thieves" – 2:49

Album · 1993 · 8 Songs. Released: 31 May 1993. 1993 Fat Wreck Chords. More By No Use for a Name. See All. All the Best Songs.

Artist: No Use For A Name. Album: All the Best Songs. No Use For A Name - International You Day Hard Rock Bottom, 2002 02:52. No Use For A Name - Dumb Reminders Hard Rock Bottom, 2002 02:49. Artist: No Use For A Name.

No Use for a Name made the jump to Fat Wreck Chords and arguably arrived with The Daily Grind in 1993. The Bad Religion comparisons are inevitable, but that wasn't exactly a safe route to commercial success when NUFAN formed in 1987. But while the music is fast and furious, it drips with irresistible harmonies, and Tony Sly's lyrics are a thoughtful critique of modern society. Traditionally straightforward punk lyrics mean the meaning won't be lost in metaphor.