When it comes to classic Fat Wreck bands, No Use For A Name needs no introduction. Despite the tragic passing of singer and songwriter Tony Sly in 2012, their presence can still be felt today and their influence is evident in the work of so many other artists! Over their more than 20 year career, they amassed an impressive catalogue of albums all packed with hit songs. From their debut release of 'The Daily Grind' to their final studio album 'The Feel Good Record of the Year' in 2008, No Use For A Name have always been a Fat Wrecks staple. These recently discovered demo and early versions of some of their best songs are a must for any No Use For A Name fan.
Includes tracks which have only ever been heard before on compilations and explores never-before demos from their classic album 'Hard Rock Bottom'