A Free Sampler Album Released by "Death To False Hope Records", an online distributor for all the unknown or under-appreciated punk bands that so sadly get utterly lost in the woodwork. As expected, being thirty-three long, the majority of the album is full of pop-punk that has a reason for being unknown. However, you might come to find that quite a few bands are able to necks out and shine, for me they were: Direct Hit!, Let Me Run, Mixtapes, The Please & Thank Yous, The Dirty Little Heaters, White Tiger and the Bed of Roses, Joey Cape, The Fresh Kills, and Jazz Hands. Overall it's a good album to play in the background at a party, but it probably isn't the best album if you're looking for deep lyrics, diverse musicianship, diversity in general. However, props to DTFH Records for actually giving all these great guys an actual voice. 4.3 for the guys over at DTFH, but a 3.4 for the musicians themselves.