Label: Epitaph So Long & Thanks For All The Shoes, was the clear pinnacle of NoFX’s career. Unlike their discography’s other crown jewel, Punk In Drublic, So Long & Thanks For All The Shoes, touted a tight 16 tracks with little to no filler; part of the exceptionality of this record the absence of forgettable songs on it, which can’t really be said about any other NoFX project. So Long & Thanks For All The Shoes saw NoFX exploring new ways of breaking up the monotony of repeatedly shoving d-beats and power chords down the throat of the listener, there’s something to love about nearly every moment on So Long & Thanks For All The Shoes. It may not have been all that groundbreaking or risk taking, but its lack of originality in presentation was more than made up for with compositional proficiency. This was NoFX proving that they know how to write a quality tune, or 16 to be exact. This was the record that NoFX would consistently go back to whenever they wanted to rip themselves off later on in their career. An essential listen.