How come every time you see a NOFX picture, someone in the band is wearing an Adolescents shirt? Because The Ads friggin' wrote the book on old-school, Orange County agit-punk, that's why. And talk about living fast: The band was signed to Frontier Records, recorded its now-classic self-titled album (better known as "The Blue Album"), and broke up, all in 1981. There have been various reunions over the years (and a few God-awful albums), and ex-Adolescents members did time in Legal Weapon, D.I., and Christian Death, but The Ads are back with a vengeance now. This week's Tempe show is the final performance of the longest tour the band's done in... More >>>