The debut album from these California skate punks taps into the usual new-millennium worries: teenage alienation, misunderstood intentions, a quest for the perfect high.
It's not very original and pretty short on ideas overall. The best song, "Heaven Is a Halfpipe," lifts its hip-hop/ska style and motivation from Sublime, which should give you a reference point on this jugheaded effort.
|Stash Up / Michael Berrin / John Edney / L. Laws / Dave Navarro||OPM||2:58|
|Heaven Is a Halfpipe / John Edney||OPM||3:47|
|El Capitan / John Edney||OPM||4:17|
|Undercover Freak / John Edney||OPM||3:22|
|Brighter Side / John Edney / Andrew Fromm||OPM||3:30|
|Better Daze / John Edney||OPM||3:58|
|Trucha / John Edney||OPM||4:00|
|Dealerman / John Edney||OPM||3:40|
|Reality Check / John Edney||OPM||3:58|
|Interlude: Rage Against the Coke Machine / OPM||OPM||1:03|
|Unda / John Edney / M. Jones||OPM||2:50|
|Interlude: 15 Minutes / OPM||OPM||0:45|
|Fish Out of Water / John Edney||OPM||6:03|