This is great album. It's nothing revolutionary, but that's not Bowling for Soup. They make catchy, fun music. It's good to listen to - you just have to forget whatever musical elitism you have. This isn't the band's best work, but it's still not deserving of such low ratings. I know you just think I'm some stupid pop fan, but I listen to plenty of good music. If I want amazing music, I'm listen to Bowie or something like that, but Bowling For Soup makes very fun music.
This cd was pretty good obviously the jackass who gave it a 1.5 hates bowling for soup and probably has not heard the whole cd.
Epiphany is a pretty a song that I would say is near as good as the song life without lisa. It is a good album opener but not as good as almost. Highschool never ends is probably the best song on the album. None of the tracks on this cd suck but there are not very many awesome tracks. Some other songs that stuck out to me were Val Kilmer why don't i miss you, and a friendly good bye
One of my friends tells me he is a huge fan of punk music, but he listens to bands like Green Day, Blink-182, the All American Rejects, and this. I try to be nice and suggest him the punk music I'm into such as the Stooges, Black Flag, and Big Black. Today, he came up and told me I should be into this band and I kind of spoke my mind about pop punk and told him right there to look up T.V. Eye by the Stooges on his laptop. After about a minute and a half, he went back to this and I became saddened. This album just isn't for me, simply put.
This is not Bowling for Soup's best album but it has a few nice songs like "When We Die" and "High School Ever Ends". The immaturity level is kind of all over the place saying that the album is trying to be serious when you have stupid judgment on satanism on the song "Luckiest Loser". I think this is the album where everyone forgets Bowling for Soup and maybe that's for the best.