Just once I’d like to put a record by a dis band on the turntable and be surprised. Shock me with some ultra chill reggae or maybe a bunch of intense violin solos. Then again, it wouldn’t be a dis band then, would it? Dis-Tank stay true to their d-beat forefathers while taking the energy level up a notch higher than many of their dis-brethren. The speed of the songs is not a substitute for lack of ideas. Split second guitar solos bristle with electricity. The echo effects on the vocals give an aftershock to the message: Stop pollution. Stop war. Stop hate. Don’t stop playing this record.