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No Use For A Name artist popular songs

No Use For A Name, sometimes referred to as 'NUFAN,' was a punk and alternative band from California. No Use For A Name featured lead singer Tony Sly from 1990 to 2008. No Use For A Name did not have any rock chart hits. The most popular song by the band was Dumb Reminders.


Popular Tune Timeline for No Use For A Name


  1 No It All   1988  
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  2 It Won't Happen Again   1990  
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  3 Death Doesn't Care   1991  
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  4 Soulmate   1995  
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  5 Straight From The Jacket   1995  
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  6 Biggest Lie   1995  
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  7 Justified Black Eye   1995  
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  8 The Answer Is Still No   Sep 1997  
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  9 Sitting Duck   Oct 1997  
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  10 Not Your Savior   1999  
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  11 Life Size Mirror   1999  
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  12 Why Doesn't Anybody Like Me   1999  
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  13 Tollbridge   2001  
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  14 I Detest   2001  
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  15 On The Outside   2001  
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  16 Feels Like Home   Jun 2002  
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  17 Dumb Reminders   Aug 2002  
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  18 International You Day   2002  
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  19 Fields Of Agony   2004  
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  20 For Fiona   Jun 2005  
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  21 This Ain't No Way To Live   Jul 2005  
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  22 Pacific Standard Time   2008  
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  23 Devonshire And Crown   Oct 2011  
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