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    Question I think I need 90s Punk Rock help, RDF, NoFx...

    Shall be playing a house party on Sunday (first house party in 5 years, I'm super stoked ). I has all the party music you could ever need etc (Kwaito, Zouk and Moombahton ), but hostess has asked if I could have:

    Arists like (and these artists hits as well please):

    RDF
    Head Jam
    No Fx
    Inner Terrestrials

    Now I liked 70s Punk a bit, but I spent the 90s being all snooty in Jungle clubs and Punk gives me a headache these days. So the prospect of me digging through No FX's 15+ albums in 2 days, with two 5 hour gigs, is not going to happen.

    So please, in exchange for my meagre rep, what's the short list of the must have big tunes here?
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    Cheers Andrew, quite like a few of these.

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    Anyone else *bump* Could do with the "must plays" of the listed artists too.

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    Here's five of my go-to 90s rock tracks. I can't give away too many secrets






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    As per usual, Andrew nailed it.
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    I'm not really familiar with the bands in the OP, although I do know that Punk in Drublic and White Trash, Two Heebs, and a Bean are probably the most popular NOFX records.

    Me First and the Gimme Gimmes would be a band to look into. It's a punk rock super-group that does covers of cheesy classics. Fat Mike from NOFX is in the band.

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