They’ve wowed me again. This album is much more elaborate than the last one and doesn’t reek of tired melodies or stolen ideas. These guys manage to come up with new ways to reconstruct the formula they’ve created on the foundation of pop punk with every new release. On first listen, I immediately wanted to go back to the comfort of 2007’s Make Sound. But after a full two or three listens, I can’t seem to take Learn the Hard Way out of the CD player. This band is the bees knees, and they are currently talking about coming out with a split CD with the Methadones soon. I can’t wait. This album is highly recommended.