Review Summary: The partiest album ever.3 of 5 thought this review was well written
This is a great metal album, and I'm a rap fan. Imagine of Jay and Silent Bob invented a metal band with Brodie from Mallrats as the lead singer, singing songs about annoying girlfriends and the love of beer. Add this Molotov cocktail, and you'd have Psychostick. From songs about shaving scrotums and drinking beer, this album is a rollicking-good time, and Tipper Gore would fear for her life if she heard this. "Beer" is a drinking song for the 21st century, and "Throwin' Down" spoofs Limp Bizkit and makes Fred Durst's creation sound better than it actually is. Have you ever had any controlling ex-girlfriends? This song will make you very pissed-off and ballistic. There are laments to doing laundry and washing the dishes, and just having a good time in Arizona. You should definitely buy this album if you want to laugh and rock out at the same time.