Another great release from what is currently one of my favorite bands. So many bands are going for that surfy early rock’n’roll with a slice of punk sound and failing miserably; it’s nice to see these guys hitting the nail right on the head long after its disappeared into the wood. Three of these fourteen tracks are from their previous release, which I don’t quite understand, but it’s a major plus if you don’t already have a copy of their self-released Hold My Hand CD. Solid dudes putting out some solid sounds. Highly recommended.
–Rene Navarro (Burger)