Timeless in it's absence of punk rock cliches...
Kelsey Cain | 10/06/2005
(5 out of 5 stars)
"This album is timeless and classic in it's portrayal of human anxieties. Many people are judging this by today's standards on what passes as punk, but for what it was it's a great album. The sad thing about punk these days is that it has too many standards to conform to. Punk rock was representative of a then counterculture, but as a lot of things do, it melded with pop culture. Now I think that people have forgotten what punk was about. This record is pure, passionate, and fun at the same time. Keith Morris's knack for sarchasm is fully intact, on what I see as an honest view of our society's decreasing compassion towards humanity. The music does it's job by conveying the same anxious emotions in an original way. It sounds like the Circle Jerks, nothing else and nothing less."