|EP by Anthrax|
|Producer||Anthrax, Mark Dodson|
|Anthrax EP chronology|
The EP includes the songs "Now It's Dark" (from State of Euphoria), a French version of the Trust cover "Antisocial" (the English version also appeared on State of Euphoria), the classic tune "Friggin' In The Riggin'" (made famous by the Sex Pistols), "Parasite" (a Kiss cover), "Le Sects" (another Trust cover), and "Pipeline" (a surf rock instrumental originally by The Chantays). The last three songs later appeared on Attack of the Killer B's ("Le Sects" was renamed "Sects").
Penikufesin also means "nise [nice] fukin [fucking]" EP" spelled backwards. It refers to a song entitled "Efilnikufesin (N.F.L.)" ("ni[c]e fu[c]kin' life") which appeared on Anthrax's 1987 album Among the Living, another song called "N.F.B. (Dallabnikufesin)" ("ni[c]e fu[c]kin' ballad") which later appeared on their 1991 compilation album Attack of the Killer B's also refers to that song. It also features the last track of this EP, "Pipeline".
As of April 2007, Penikufesin has never been officially released in the United States or Canada. The tracks from the EP, however, do appear on the State of Euphoria reissue that appears in the Aftershock 4CD set of albums.
|1.||"Now It's Dark"||Anthrax||5:34|
|2.||"Antisocial" (French Version)||Norbert Krief, Bernie Bonvoisin||4:26|
|3.||"Friggin' in the Riggin'"||Traditional, Arranged by Steve Jones/Additional lyrics by Anthrax||5:18|
|6.||"Pipeline"||Bob Spickard, Brian Carman||3:00|
- Joey Belladonna – Lead vocals
- Dan Spitz – Lead guitar
- Scott Ian – Rhythm guitar, Backing vocals
- Frank Bello – Bass, Backing vocals
- Charlie Benante – Drums
- Anthrax – Producer
- Mark Dodson – Producer
- Jon Zazula – Executive producer
- Marsha Zazula – Executive producer
- Alex Perialas – Associate producer, Engineer
- Neil Zlozower – Front cover photo
- Gene Ambo – Back cover photos