While waiting to release a new album (of which there is no news yet), NOFX are teasing their fans with the second release filled with rare, b-sides and previously unreleased songs - after the compilation "45 or 46 Songs That Weren\' t Good Enough to Go on Our Other Records".
"The Longest EP" is filled with tracks from various NOFX EP\' s that will go soon out of print, including "The Longest Line", "Never Trust A Hippy" and "Regaining Unconsciousness" among others, so the hardcore NOFX fans will not probably find anything new on this. Nevertheless, this compilation has got some outstanding tracks as "The Death Of John Smith" and all the other "The Longest Line" songs and a few other rare tunes as the classic show opener "Glass War" and "Jaw Knee Music", which has got some of the best guitar riffs ever. "Everything in Moderation (Especially Moderation)" is another amazing tune, with great Fat Mike\' s lyrics, but some of the finest stuff comes from the early NOFX recordings, as the "S&M Airlines" version taken from the Drowning Roses split and all of the "The P.M.R.C. Can Suck on This" seven inch.
A few NOFX rare tracks still miss from this (and the previous) compilation: "The Fastest Longest Line" and "Open Your Eyes", among others. But this is the perfect time and money saver if you don\' t want to collect all the single EP\' s and would rather have all the best rare NOFX songs on one single album.