I don't want to oversell this, but this is one of the best punk albums I've ever heard. Keep in mind, I'm a big Night
Birds fanboy. But really, this album is intense, catchy as hell, and more mature than their previous works. There
are now slow, brooding songs to complement the aggressive surf punk attack. The lyrics are focused more on
society than sci-fi B-movies. This album is aggressive and angry in a controlled, intelligent manor. Here's the big
hyperbole to end the soundoff: if this album doesn't go down as one of the best punk albums ever, that would
truly be an injustice to these guys and what they have created with Born to Die in Suburbia.