About as mixed as a mixed bag gets. Contains his dumbest, stupidest, three chordiest songs, but also flirts with noise pop, psych, etc. All songs were recorded before he found his trademark vomitshit vocal style, so the lyrics may be offputting.
Almost serves as an early GG biography in music form. The songs themselves vary from the catchy pop-punk of his early career to the slow-crawling metal he would expand on and bastardize after this came out. It also showcases his rapidly increasing levels of offensive subject matter, insanity, and poor recording quality - in a few years time he went from "You Hate Me & I Hate You" to "Ten Year Old Fuck". The demented live concert dialogue and answering machine messages presented here along with the songs gives you a feel for GG's disturbing life on and off the stage and are well-placed throughout the compilation.
I really don't get why people like GG Allin. This is actually supposed to be GG's best work. If that's the case, I'm not impressed. The music lacks creativity and diversity when it comes to the lyrics; 95% of lyrics are him talking about shit being thrown at him, even the simple three chord method of punk rock fails for GG. Even though It's sad that he was killed, that doesn't change how I feel about his music. The nation should hate GG Allin's "Hated In The Nation" Liberals and Conservatives united.