November 05, 1992
Pop/Rock, Punk-Pop, Alternative/Indie Rock, Punk Revival, Punk, Punk/New Wave, Alternative Pop/Rock, Skatepunk

Album Review

The title of NOFX's White Trash, Two Heebs and a Bean is a pretty fair indicator of what's going on in the grooves -- specifically, tongue-in-cheek, politically incorrect forays into America's pancultural society. A SoCal punk band that recalls both the eclecticism and attitude of Camper Van Beethoven, NOFX rips through much more than standard-issue thrash; they transform Minor Threat's "Straight Edge" into a blues song with fake B.B. King vocals, go ska for the wry character study "Bob," and examine lesbian lifestyles with surprising maturity on "Liza and Louise." Not quite so understanding is "Johnny Appleseed," which pokes fun at the very concept of cultural diversity and is sung in a Hispanic accent by guitarist El Hefe.
Jason Ankeny, Rovi

Track Listing

  1. Soul Doubt
  2. Stickin in My Eye
  3. Bob
  4. You're Bleeding
  5. Straight Edge
  6. Liza and Louise
  7. The Bag
  8. Please Play This Song on the Radio
  9. Warm
  10. I Wanna Be Your Baby
  11. Johnny Appleseed
  12. She's Gone
  13. Buggley Eyes
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