The Big Knockover
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|The Big Knockover|
|Studio album by No Fun at All|
|Released||European July 13, 1997 (Sweden)
US February 17th 1998
|Recorded||May 1997 at Underground in Västerås Västerås, Sweden|
|Label||European Burning Heart Records
US Theologian Records
|Producer||Produced by Pelle Saether & NFAA. Co-produced by Lars Lindén MIXED BY: Pelle Saether & NFAA July 28–30, 1997 Masterd at the Cutting Room, Solna by Peter In De Betou.|
- "Catch Me Running Round"
- "Suicide Machine"
- "Should Have Known"
- "Lose Another Friend"
- "When the Time Comes"
- "Sorry Lad"
- "Everything Inside"
- "The Other Side"
- "Away from the Circle"
- "Nobody’s Perfect"
- "Your Feeble Mind"
- "Break My Back"
The title, "The Big Knockover," is taken from a short story by Dashiell Hammett. This short story was also a source of inspiration for the film "The Usual Suspects."
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