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7" of the Month Club

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Recorded  2004–06
Artist  NOFX
Label  Fat Wreck Chords
Length  55:26
Release date  February 2005
Genre  Punk rock
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Released  February 2005–March 2006
Studio  Motor Studios, San Francisco
7" of the Month Club (2005–06)  Never Trust a Hippy (2006)

Nofx 7 inch of the month club february


The 7" of the Month Club is a series of twelve 7" records released by punk band NOFX over the course of about one year. Each record was planned for release at the beginning of its specified month, but it quickly fell behind schedule, with records being released shortly after the specified month. The record expected for December was released in early February due to the holiday closing of record label Fat Wreck Chords, and the twelfth "January" record was released in early March.

Contents

The records included several running games: for one, a 24-part joke appears in one-part sections on each side of each record. Also, the backs of the record sleeves form a 12-piece puzzle that reveals an artistic rendering of the members of the band.

Track listing

All tracks written by Fat Mike, except where noted.

Personnel

Credits adapted from the records' liner notes.

Band
  • Fat Mike – lead vocals, bass guitar
  • El Hefe – guitar, backing vocals
  • Eric Melvin – guitar, backing vocals, lead vocals on "I, Melvin"
  • Erik Sandin – drums
  • Additional musicians
  • Jessy Moss – backing vocals on "No Way"
  • Darius Koski – accordion on "I, Melvin"
  • Production
  • Adam Krammer – recording engineer for all tracks on installments 1–4; recording and mixing engineer for all tracks on installments 5–10 and for "The Man I Killed"
  • Kent Jamieson – mixing engineer for "Jamaica's Alright if You Like Homophobes" and "No Way"
  • Jamie McMann – mixing engineer for "Jamaica's Alright if You Like Homophobes" and "No Way"
  • Jason Livermore – mixing engineer for "Last Night Was Really Fun?"; recording and mixing engineer for "Cool and Unusual Punishment", "Civil Defense", and "Golden Boys"
  • Bill Stevenson – recording engineer for "Cool and Unusual Punishment", "Civil Defense", and "Golden Boys"
  • Front cover artists (by installment number)
    1. Joel Grunerud
    2. Evan Malejka
    3. Mark Wise
    4. Rich Lippold
    5. Lucas Antoniak
    6. Hubert Seynave
    7. Melissa Rovere
    8. Fernando Arce
    9. Dan Schwartz
    10. David Rummel
    11. Schahin Barkhordarian
    12. Joe "Zeta" Arizaleta
    Other artwork
  • Tony Guaraldi – back covers
  • Becky Yee – photograph on A-side of no. 12 picture disc
  • Andre P. Quilicot – illustration on B-side of no. 12 picture disc
  • Brian Archer – design and layout
  • References

    7" of the Month Club Wikipedia


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