A classic example of pretty good but repetitive pop-punk, not a huge fan of the genre but SW always stood out, and although I’m more acquainted to Anthem For A New Tomorrow over this one but both are solid examples of the “Pop-Punk/Ramones” sound.

Straight forward pop-punk, sometimes trying to sound “hard” but not really, they make it their own and run wide it like bandits in the night, turning out a bunch of snotty sounding youth anthems of stubbornness and cynicism.

Certainly there are some couple two three songs in there to nod your head to, it has flow, you can easily listen to both sides and give it another spin just because how easily it moves, it’s main strength it’s the consistency of sound and style.

Very comfortable, you can easily start singing along very fast, as some melodies can be catchy, but not earworm catchy.

-Demonwitch

Screeching Weasel – My Brain Hurts, LP, Reissue, Remaster, Gatefold, Clear vinyl, Recess Records 117, 2009, US.