Nerf Herder – American Cheese (20th Anniversary Reissue)

A long time ago in a galaxy far far away those scruffy looking Nerf Herders released American Cheese via Honest Don’s Records, on a rare visit to the UK in support of the album they played the long gone and much missed Roadhouse venue, and somewhere I have a picture of a drunken me with a very sweaty member of the band, but I digress. This was the one time I caught Nerf Herder live, and it was in support of the album that has now deservedly received an expanded 20th anniversary reissue via Fat Wreck Chords. I’m not going to pretend to be cool, in fact quite the opposite, as I’ll admit that the first time I encountered Nerf Herder was through the theme tune to Buffy The Vampire Slayer, a minute of instrumental punk perfection that instantly grabbed your attention as the opening credits play...

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