This is a great album, for more reasons than the music alone. Lyrically, Biafra has rarely been better, and Winston Smith's cover illustration makes for one of the finest album covers of the eighties. Musically, many of the songs are a touch samey, but if you like your punk rock thrashy, it won't be a problem. Outstanding moments include a breakneck cover of Johnny Paycheck's Take This Job and Shove It, a delightful tongue in cheek monologue leading into Triumph of the Swill, Dear Abby - a letter from a struggling parent with a creative solution to Reagan's economic policies, and One Way Ticket to Pluto, which makes me grin every time I hear hear it. There's also room for some much needed introspection about punk rock itself. The insert is an education in itself, and the whole product is a great, if not flawless, swansong from one of the finest bands ever known to punk rock, as well as a scathing indictment of life under Reagan. One thing that lets it down a little is Biafra's slightly tinny production, but it's not a huge niggle. So, as many have said, it's not the best DK's best album. But it's my favourite.