Drunk, misogynistic, and stupid... classic street punk sans politics meets early 80s arcade game psychedelia. A destined classic for garage snobs, crusties, and rock & roll visionaries... this record rocks harder than you do, dickhead -Bazooka Joe, resident Las Vegas Shakedown DJ.
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Kevin from Houston, TX
Jul 27 2008
Awesome 2nd CD from these guys. Check out the jams, "Spit Me Out", "Black & Blue" & "Let Us Play Your Party". If you want some different music in your collection...get this!
Jerry from Palatine, IL
Sep 24 2006
Let me get this out of the way, I got this album because of one of Fat Wreck's podcasts. Fat Mike played the song "Spit Me Out" and I thought it was a damn catchy song. So yeah apparently the song was catchy enough to make me want to buy this album.
This band channels the spirit of the Ramones and has a bit of a Devo influence here and there with the keyboards & synthesizers. The Spits sound pretty similar to a mix of the Briefs and the Epoxies. This album goes by pretty quickly with just 9 songs in just barely over 17 minutes. Overall I'd say it's a pretty good album, really catchy songs. Standout songs are Spit Me Out, Let Us Play Your Party, Rat Face, and Bring. Check this out if you're a fan of the Briefs or the Epoxies.