If the song names and the Parental Advisory on the sleeve ("Explicit Title" - thanks for that, boys) aren't clue enough that this isn't going to be some ethereal, sensitive, thing, you'll know it before your finger has left the "Start" button on your CD player. Be prepared for a full-on guitar barrage that barely lets up over the course of the twelve tracks.
It's over-amplification, wah-wah, guitar solos and tales of out-of-control masculinity all the way. In short, 'A' grade rock 'n' roll. Stylistic innovation has never been The Supersuckers' thing; this is music for the spirit, not for the intellect. You couldn't call it a pop album, but there's a good tune on every track. Lead singer and bassist Eddie Spaghetti has often spoken of his love of The Ramones, AC/DC, Thin Lizzy and Mötörhead, and those bands are as good a guide as any to the sound of this CD. I've yet to hear a complete album by Turbonegro, The Hellacopters or The Flaming Sideburns, but I'd rank all three below this Supersuckers CD on the strength of the little I have heard.