Time can be as unforgiving as punk rock rules. But while you're always able to stow those Bermudas, Vans and Poison Idea tee shirts in a dark corner of your closet, a band's musical legacy remains as a living testament, like yearbook photos and tattooed knuckles. For NOFX, this isn't a problem, since the band members are basically the same irreverent, snotty kids they were more than 20 years ago when they formed in Berkeley. With their aggressively anti-corporate stance, politicized subject matter and old-school, four-on-the-floor attack, they've cultivated a thriving fan base without significant radio play or a video on MTV. It's not terribly complex or, by this time, original music, but then neither is... More >>>