Pales in comparison to 'Pennybridge Pioneers', but then it is an earlier album. Some great lyrics, including 'If I only had the strength to make some muffins, then I swear that I would share them with you now'. What I like most about the album is its ska influence, on such tracks as 'Move your car', and its 'distortion', giving it a less 'clean' sound. A signature strong lead guitar riff in each song, along with Nikola's powerful vocals make for an enjoyable, yet short album. Recommended to Millencolin fans or anyone who wants surreal lyrics and fast paced pop (argh!) punk. 'Story of My life', 'Bullion' and 'Softworld' are among my favourites.