"A good example of ska core. This EP shows the excellent range of the Bosstones with songs like "Someday I Suppose" and "Think Again," an excellent cover. One of my favorite songs on the EP; the Bosstones add a nice horn section into this hard-core song. The live songs at the end are an excellent addition. Watch out for the hidden song "HowWhyWuz,WhoWhyAm." It's a different sound than LFI, but any Bosstones fan should really like this excellent EP. The other covers are "Police Beat, Simmer Down" and "Lights Out"PS. "Drugs and Kittens" is another version of "Drunks and Children""
"This is probably their best EP ever!! I listened to it over and over again and learned the whole thing in just a few days. If you are a fan of The BossToneS this is a must have. The hidden song at the end is awesome, but it takes a while to skim through to it. I'm a huge fan of the BossToneS and I don't think that they can ever come out with a bad cd. I love the BossToneS!! Dicky, you are so awesome!!! BUY THIS CD!!!"
The ultimate EP from the Bosstones!!! Get it now!!!
Greg | 06/27/1998
(5 out of 5 stars)
"The Mighty Mighty Bosstones sound totally awsome on this EP. If you don't have it yet, get it! They crank out some amazing music on here and it can be listened to a million times if your a ska-core/punk fan! Also, check out their other albums because they're just as great!"
Police Beat. Need I say more?
Greg | 05/11/1998
(4 out of 5 stars)
"This album whoops major ass. Polce beat hasta be one of the best BossToneS songs ever. There's a secret song at about 36 min on the last track. The BossToneS never sound the same on any two albums. Always evolving they are. Let's hope they keep it up!"