Competent enough pop punk, but I found the singer’s lackadaisical voice lacking in emotion and the lyrics couldn’t get any more uninteresting. Pop punk fans might get something out of it, but more discerning ones will be left feeling kind of flat, as I was. Maybe, they won’t have to google it to know, for sure—that it’s not a solo album by an ex-member of Naked Raygun. Not that I did or anything.
–Craven ([email protected])