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"No"
13th track of the album Soulfly
Featuring Christian Olde Wolber
Sung by Max Cavalera
Duration 3:59
Genre(s) Nu metal
Written by Max Cavalera
Produced by Ross Robinson, Richard Kaplan
Previous track
"The Song Remains Insane"
Next track
"Prejudice"

"No" is a track of the self-titled album Soulfly, released in 1998. Every line of lyrics of this song begin with 'No'. This is a political song that speaks about refraining a certain stuff surrounding politics. The last minute of this song features a weird noise and tribal drumming. "No" is one of two Soulfly songs to feature Fear Factory members; guest Christian Olde Wolbers performs double bass.

Lyrics Edit

No judge me no
No fuck around
No trust no one
No criticize
No fake smiles
No sympathize
No enemies
No redneck shit

No bullshit
No slaveship
No muthafucking Hootie & The Blowfish
No radio songs
No bow to none
No follow none
No politricks...

No judge me no
No fuck around
No trust no one
No criticize
No fake smiles
No bow to none
No follow none
No redneck shit

No!
No worship
No bullshit
No muthafucking Hootie & The Blowfish
No fuck around
No trust no one
No enemies
No redneck shit

Videos Edit

Soulfly - No04:03

Soulfly - No

Soulfly - No @ Live At Big Day Out Sydney (1999)04:58

Soulfly - No @ Live At Big Day Out Sydney (1999)

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Navigation of Soulfly songs Edit

Live-only songs on various albums

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