I had been waiting for this album since I caught wind that they had recorded it in 2002. Yet years and years passed and Panic Button never released it, as was the original plan. As rumors have it, Lookout (who runs Panic Button) had made some shady deal or another involving an Enemy You song being licensed to Disney for promotion on their Boy in the Bubble movie, and the band not only did not see any of that money, but that same money was never put into releasing their album, as one would assume it would. I don’t know the whole story, and like I said, it’s all rumors and hearsay, but in the end the band decided to take matters into their own hands and brought the album to see the light of day via a brand new label, Redscare Records. And I couldn’t be happier. There is not one song on here I would fast forward through and it’s all what I’ve come to expect from the band: amazing personal/political pop punk greatness. Highly recommended.