The Feel Good Record of the Year

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The Feel Good Record of the Year
No Use for a Name - The Feel Good Record of the Year cover.jpg
Studio album by No Use for a Name
ReleasedApril 1, 2008
Recorded2007-2008, at The Blasting Room, Ft. Collins, Colorado
GenrePunk rock, pop punk, melodic hardcore
Length34:27
LabelFat Wreck Chords
ProducerBill Stevenson
No Use for a Name chronology
All the Best Songs
(2007)
The Feel Good Record of the Year
(2008)
Rarities Vol. 1: The Covers
(2017)
Professional ratings
Review scores
SourceRating
AbsolutePunk.net(85%)[1]
Allmusic3.5/5 stars[2]
Punktastic4/5 stars[3]
Unglued Reviews(Positive)[4]

The Feel Good Record of the Year is the eighth and final studio album by punk rock band No Use for a Name. It was recorded in Fort Collins, Colorado at the Blasting Room with the producers Bill Stevenson & Jason Livermore (Descendents, Rise Against, Good Riddance, 7 Seconds).

Release[edit]

In February and March 2008, the band supported NOFX on the first leg of the 2008 Fat Tour.[5] The album was released April 1. On May 24, a music video for "Biggest Lie" was posted online.[6]

This is the final No Use for a Name studio album released before the death of frontman Tony Sly in 2012.

Track listing[edit]

All tracks written by Tony Sly.

No.TitleLength
1."Biggest Lie"2:11
2."I Want to Be Wrong"2:44
3."Yours to Destroy"3:25
4."Under the Garden"3:01
5."Sleeping Between Trucks"2:05
6."Domino"3:02
7."The Feel Good Song of the Year"3:09
8."The Trumpet Player"3:09
9."Night of the Living Living"2:28
10."Ontario"1:55
11."Pacific Standard Time"2:48
12."The Dregs of Sobriety"2:44
13."Kill the Rich"2:06
14."Take It Home"2:42
Total length:34:27

Personnel[edit]

No Use for a Name
Artwork
  • Matt Schwartz – Cover Photo
  • Gilles Baro – Photography
Additional musicians
Production

Charts[edit]