[CD lyrics:]
Hello, welcome to our CD
Can you hear the blatant similarity?
To Linoleum and Shadows of Defeat

[Vinyl lyrics:]
Hello, welcome to our disc
Turn it louder, get your neighbors pissed
Or turn it down, it don't matter to me

[Cassette lyrics:]
Hello, welcome to our cassette
Have you started feeling some regret
I guess you can't afford a CD

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    yeah the intro singing is from linolum, and so is the palm muted intro, but played on G instead of E. the tape version, cd version and vinyl version all had different lyrics:

    CD lyrics: Hello, Welcome our CD Can you hear the blatant similarity To Linoleum and Shadows of Defeat

    Vinyl lyrics: Hello, welcome to our disc Turn it louder, get your neighbors pissed Or turn it down, it don't matter to me

    Cassette lyrics: Hello, welcome to our cassette Have you started feeling some regret I guess you can't afford a CD

    Halfdigestedon March 01, 2006   Link
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    General Comment

    Well before the song starts theres the werid voices off of Linoleum so hence the line "Can you hear the blatant similarity To Linoleum and Shadows of Defeat"

    Givechaseconon April 19, 2002   Link
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    General Comment

    NOFX ROCK!!!!!!!!!!!

    degzon May 13, 2002   Link
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    General Comment

    i love fat mike. and i can't wait to see them at the warped tour. that is all.

    crick23on June 13, 2002   Link
  • 0
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    NoFX fuckin ruled at warped this year. I saw them @ Randall's Island in NYC. They were incredible & the pit was insane too

    orgnizedcnfuzionon August 16, 2002   Link
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    General Comment

    i was sure it went "HELLO and welcome to our cd" anyway yeah the title is a play on a bit from monty python "and now for something completly different" whos shadows of defeat by?

    Kid_on_Coffeeon August 28, 2002   Link
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    song tNickname: Password: mean What does
    his song does this

    soul_doubton September 02, 2002   Link
  • 0
    General Comment

    It's 'plain similarity' and shadows of defeat is an older song...i guess it's even a band of Fatwreck.

    Stelzoron September 25, 2002   Link
  • 0
    General Comment

    shadows of defeat is by good riddance

    jasonwasapunkrockeron March 23, 2003   Link
  • 0
    General Comment

    I read somewhere that the 'linoleum' reference is due to the classical singing at the beginning (you have to turn up the volume to hear it - it's very quiet). They have something similar at the beginning of linoleum. The 'shadows of defeat' part is referring to the fact that the rythm of the base in the song sounds similar to that in a song called Shadows of defeat by Good riddance.

    Another dead heroon October 03, 2004   Link

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