Great great album, and the best from the Mad Caddies. Here the band matures their sound (with better production and more mature subject matters) while incorporating a number of secondary genres that make for a more diverse listen than prior albums. Above all, however, the band remains extremely catchy and sports strong hooks throughout the record, which is unfortunately more than can be said for their more recent outing "Keep It Going." Nostalgic bursts of raw punk, like the regrettable "Contraband" and "Riot," ironically don't fair too well here, as the smarter, more sophisticated slow grooves like "Drinking for 11" and "Spare Change?" steal the show.