This album has generated quite a lot of interest mainly due to the fact that is made by a supergroup that isn't a supergroup... comprised mainly of veteran punk Tim Armstrong, Blink-182 drummer Travis Barker and rookie vocalist Rob Aston, along with a handful of session musicians, the people in the inlay sheet really are a who's-who's of todays music scene. The sound is pretty straightforward, but done in a way that makes it sound overly busy at the same time. Vocal slurs, shouts and raps lead the charge through a barrage of buzz-saw guitars, feedback-filled Bass and a mixture of tradional and looped drumming make this a very strong sounding record, add in a few samples and a bit of piano and hip-hop grooves for good measure and you have a record that will be loved by multi-genre music fans and hated by people not willing to give more than one genre a chance. From the heavy cruch of 'Romper Stomper', to the chest-beating raps of 'Tall Cans In the Air' to the piano filled 'Diamonds And Guns' the record fires back and forth using any style of music it can think of to get its musical message across... true, its very much a punk record, but a wonderfully varied punk record that deserves a listen from everyone. Album Highlights:- "DJ, DJ", "Diamonds and Guns", "Weigh On My Mind" and "On Point"