Seattle's seminal hook-and-rock punk kings return from the grave with their fifth and final statement. An eighteen-song collection of non-album released tracks now on CD for the first time. Featuring a span of music from their first ever demo recording to their last attempt at immortality covering Van Halen, including the Count Me Out and Three Tea EPs, as well as an amazing live recording of the band's final performance recorded on a 16-track board. Packaged with a twenty-page booklet jammed with photos, liner notes, lyrics and an official group history penned by the band. Talk about suspenders and a belt, it's seventy-minutes of five-star pop and punk madness.
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Matt from Grand Rapids, MI
Sep 3 2005
I have heard many good things about this band. After listening to this cd i was very disappointed. I am not saying its complete garbage, but I would not recommend it to anyone. Your better of buying a cd from one of the many other great pop-punk bands.
Kev from Nottingham, United Kingdom
Nov 7 2002
A classic retrospective from a massivley underated band, i wish they would get back together for just one album,...the only dissapointment is that only half the first EP is on thier,and the other half is missing....
Erin from Gig Harbor, WA
Aug 19 2002
not much to say for this beside the fact that its a good cd half of its live though that is the only bad thing