If you like the Presidents' previous offerings, you'll probably be a fan of this album. Most of the songs revolve around strange female characters who need some love and attention, or cartoon-like bugs and animals. On the nature front, there's the funky good "Ladybug" that is reminiscent of such former classics as "Boll Weevil." There's also the acoustic country-boogie of "Truckstop Butterfly" and the perfect power pop of "Poor Turtle." And in the best mix of messed-up chicks and nature, there is the new wave/garage rock-tinged "Sharpen Up Those Fangs". Here, PUSA touches on a lot of the same ideas that all those other bands try to make a career out of, yet they present it in a surreal, funky glow that proves all that teenage drama isn't worth getting hung about. It's good to still have these guys around after all this time, just doing their own thing. More of the same please!