This is better then I expected. The music is solid rock and roll, with obvious Backyard Babies and D Generation influence. It’s pretty catchy and rockin’. But the wanking guitar solos and “come on!”s are too thick and staged. Though energetic live, here the singer needs to have a fire lit up his ass. He seems distracted, as though he’s singing and reading a magazine at the same time. This is a decent effort, better than much current stuff out there right now. I can see potential here. As it is, it lacks that certain uniqueness, energy, and edginess that makes a punk band like this great. -KO!