This is the third album from the tongue'n'cheek rappers who brought us the "Discovery Channel" song. Comprising of 13 tracks (much more if you count the irritating interludes in between), the general theme throughout is rap and rock with a touch of irony and barminess. Produced and written by lead vocalist Jimmy Pop, the explicit songs hardly make any sense (though you can bet your bottom dollar it's to do with sex) but the ingenious (and sometimes silly) lyrics are quite amusing. 'Mope' (which samples Frankie Goes To Hollywood's 'Relax') features a line about Tori Spelling's bulging eyes and the tune in 'A Lap Dance Is So Much Better When The Stripper Is Crying' sounds worryingly like the Asda theme tune. The best track by far is 'The Bad Touch' with a blinding video to match. Its fast and furious lyrics with the most sex-related similes and metaphors are very clever and funny, especially "We'll do it doggy style so we can both watch X-Files!" The worst track (which I always skip) is 'Three Point One Four', a tedious effort about how many words rhyme with the female anatomy, and as a result, sounds like something little boys would sing in the playground. They may be crude, rude and lewd, but a little bit of naughtiness won't do anyone much harm...I'm hooked.