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On The Rag - NOFX - The PMRC Can Suck On This (Vinyl)


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  1. If you received a download code in a vinyl you purchased, you can redeem it for your download here. Redeem. LOGIN. Login with your existing account. Nofx Pmrc Can Suck On This Fat Wreck Chords. 7" $ 06/26/ PURCHASE. No description available. Related Items. All By Artist All By Label. Nofx Ribbed - Live In A Dive Fat.
  2. Aug 19,  · Xxx-xx - The PMRC Can Suck On This - Fat Wreck Chords Xxx-xx - S&M Airlines EP (W/ Drowning Roses) - Wassail Records Xxx-xx - OX Fanzine Split - OX Fanzine May - The Longest Line - Fat Wreck Chords Nov - Liza And Louise - Fat Wreck Chords Aug - Don't Call Me White - Fat Wreck Chords.
  3. The PMRC Can Suck On This was NOFX's first record, and the first batch of that they produced have hand-drawn B side labels. There are about 6 known records with blank labels. # sold for USD on march/28th/ on ebay # sold for USD on april/4th/ on ebayCat#: NOFX FAT
  4. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of The P.M.R.C. Can Suck On This on Discogs/5().
  5. On The Rag Lyrics: It's that time of the month again, your bitching stop yelling at / Me I know you've got to plug yourself up but why take it out on / Me just leave me alone stop yelling at me leave.
  6. the p.m.r.c. can suck on this fat wreck chords original artwork below: dueling retards on the rag a club shut up already the punk song johnny b. goode. This was recorded in 86 in Santa Barbara in one afternoon for $ We put it out on our own label called wassail records.
  7. So this is what happens when NOFX only spend $60 in the recording studio. But to be fair, " The P.M.R.C. Can Suck on This " showcases an era of this band after their days on Mystic Records, but before they discovered Bad Religion 's "Suffer.".
  8. NOFX “The PMRC Can Suck On This” 7” (Vinyl, Fat Wreck Chords) New Punk Rock. $ + $ shippingSeller Rating: % positive.
  9. From the one-sheet, it contains, “NOFX’s first Fat Wreck Chords release The PMRC Can Suck On This to their latest Cokie the Clown.” As an added bonus, you also get 8 tunes that have heretofore been unavailable on anything but vinyl (or maybe cassette).

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