And this, their follow-up to Bummer, which was recorded but never released. And it's obvious why. This is much more conventional and subdued than their previous recordings and live performances; it still has a high musical IQ, but ultimately it's just not that interesting. It's a snapshot of a band that was just moving in a different direction, a competent but sad period at the end of the sentence. You expect a scream; what you get is a whimper.
But they had their moment. I hope you saw them when they were around.
CD Placement Rating: CD Rack? Say it ain't so, but really it's more like Sell-back 1. Ugh.