This is not punk, or ska-punk, or ska-core or any other hyphenated sub genre you can think of. It's pure. Purest CD I own. There's two extra songs after club meditation. they're not as good as the rest of the album. I love the piano and 2 saxes. Come to think of it there isnt anything I dont love about the album. I supose you can't really air guitar or air drum to it but apart from that there's absalouly nothing I dont love. There's no lyric book, but you don't realy need one and instead you get history on the band and the songs. The best songs are the instrumentals and prison of love and all for you. Train to skaville isn't a cover of the ethiopians version. But it's not punk so listen to some mp3s or something if you don't want to take a risk. Damn it I didnt mean to write that much I'm sorry if it was an inconvenience.
I loved shockstar, moonwalkin', moonchaser, and dead girls...but other sonds were kinda boring. Not a must have but theres worse stuff to listen to. I havn't heard of any of their other albums but from what I hear they're probably alot better.
Like NOFX doing a cover of Martin Luther King's famous speech with the words completely changed. It left me feeling kind of the same way. The poetry is excellent. I wanted to show the lyrics to my english teacher it should be on the course. the horn is pretty coolio too.