This was a tough one to get through. This record is a mixing bowl of punk, rockabilly, country, and ‘50s influenced rock’n’roll that ultimately comes out sounding like the same early rock’n’roll riffs repeated over and over coupled with Social Distortion’s cheesiest moments. I wouldn’t call myself a fan by any means, but I’ve heard several songs by these guys on different compilations and I can’t remember any of them being as embarrassing as the material on this album. Somebody may be able to find a home for this in their record collection, but it just isn’t cutting it for me.
–Dave Dillon (Acetate)