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The P.M.R.C. Can Suck on This

The P.M.R.C. Can Suck on This
Released 1987
January 1, 1990 (reissue)
Recorded 1986, Santa Barbara, California
Genre Hardcore punk
Label Wassail, Fat Wreck Chords
Producer NOFX
NOFX chronology
So What If We're on Mystic!
The P.M.R.C. Can Suck on This
Liberal Animation
Alternative cover
Cover of the re-release
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic [1]

The P.M.R.C. Can Suck on This is an EP by the American punk rock band NOFX. It was originally released in 1987 through Wassail Records with hand-written labels (limited to 500 copies) and was re-released on January 1, 1990 through Fat Wreck Chords. The original version of the EP featured a black-and-white photo montage of Tammy Faye Bakker pegging then-husband (and televangelist) Jim Bakker as its cover, but was eventually changed to a picture of guitarist Eric Melvin. The track "Shut Up Already" borrows a riff from the Led Zeppelin song "Living Loving Maid", while the Liberal Animation version ended with a riff from "Black Dog". All the tracks were compiled on the The Longest EP compilation as tracks 26-30 respectively, where Johnny B. Goode appears at the end of "The Punk Song".


  • Track listing 1
    • Side A 1.1
    • Side B 1.2
  • References 2

Track listing

Side A

  1. "Dueling Retards" (previously unreleased)
  2. "On the Rag" (slightly different from the Liberal Animation version, lower quality recording)
  3. "A200 Club" (slightly different from the Liberal Animation version, with extra lyrics)

Side B

  1. "Shut Up Already" (slightly different from the Liberal Animation version)
  2. "The Punk Song" (previously unreleased)
  3. "Johnny B. Goode" (originally performed by Chuck Berry)


  1. ^ Allmusic review

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