“Loose and boozy” (their words) pop punk from Philadelphia. Like a lot of other records like this out there, it borders on the formulaic without ever quite getting there. Songs about snot and riding public transportation. The record closes with a pretty ripping cover of the Replacements’ “Raised in the City.” Overall, maybe the Replacements meet Love Songs for the Retarded-era Queers?
–Eric Carlson (Rank Outsider)