This is one of those bands that you either love or hate, depending on your tolerance level for the subject matter that the band tackles ever so delicately. If you're offended by in-your-face homosexual punk-pop, then this probably isn't your cup of tea. This trio (and now quartet) has been around for quite a few years and have toured with well-knowns like Green Day.
Even though they work the same sort of sound over and over again, but they still manage to squeeze out album after album of damn catchy songs. Even the most high-browed would have try hard not to bounce along with songs like "Horny In The Morning" and "I'm Gonna Be A Slut." They're humorous and definitley not subtle, and this is yet another album that holds true to what listeners have come to expect. If you've managed to catch them in concert in the last year, this disc is almost a perfect playlist with songs like, "Manada," "Hockey Hair," and "Political Asshole." Just relax and you'll enjoy it a lot more.