Released in 2004, about half of the album is previously released material like “War” with its ska guitar line, the folk punk “Barry Horne,” and thrashy “Off with Their Heads.” Their cover of an Ewan Mcoll song, “Movin on Song,” is damn fine, too. These U.K. punkers spit articulate lyrics on their ideas of anarchy, freedom/oppression, and media. This comp of old and new songs is just enough to whet my appetite for their new album Tales of Terror.

 –Kristen K (Rodent Popsicle)