Review Summary: Fast, raw, ska-punk rock. If ya' like that, you'll like this.
14 tracks and 34 minutes of pure anger toward the system, and raw punk rock fury. The album pretty much plays it safe with their normal formula, for the most part, but there's really nothing wrong with that.
The album starts off with the fast and in your face title track, "24 Hour Roadside Resistance", to get you pumped up for the rest of the album, which it does successfully. There's really no tracks on the album that are too slow, everything is just fast and aggressive. Tracks like "Policeman", and "The Excuses", are probably the best examples of that. The album's closer, "The Source of Strontium 90", ends with a woman speaking about to dangers of Strontium 90 affecting people in the Miami area. I honestly can't say much about the album, you should already know what to expect here.
Ultimately, the album is fast, angry, ska-punk. Pretty good stuff here. If you heard their previous albums and liked those, you'll like this.