1.) Time To Relax: 5/10 Decent intro. Prefer the intro to Shellac’s Prayer to God 2.) Nitro (Youth Energy): 6.1/10 Alright sounding punk song. Not much to say really 3.) Bad Habit: 7.5/10 Really loved the intro ngl. Pretty cool lyrics and nice melody 4.) Gotta Get Away: 5.9/10 Decent punkish song I guess 5.) Genocide: 7.6/10 Immediately enjoyed the faster pace. Cool lyrics and nice hook. Dog eat dog. 6.) Something To Believe In: 6.6/10 Nice fast pace again. Didn’t enjoy as much as Genocide though 7.) Come Out and Play: 6.5/10 Everyone knows this song for literally the first part. Nice lil surf riff (that’s my favorite part ngl) 8.) Self Esteem: 5/10 The other song everyone knows. My band was gonna play this but it got cut. Don’t like it as much as Come Out and Play. Sounds tired. 9.) It’ll Be A Long Time: 6.9/10 This is a jumpstart from Self Esteem and a much needed one at that. The faster pace actually makes me enjoy it way more than Self Esteem. More punky. Kind of a tired trite version of punk that’s been done to death but punky nonetheless. 10.) Killboy Powerhead: 6.3/10 Like the title. Sounds like a Big Black title. The punkish sound they’re going for is kinda wearing off on me. Album seems fairly one note to me ngl. 11.) What Happened to You?: 6.8/10 Nice change of sound. Very ska influenced since Sublime’s Ten Oz. To Freedom had been out for two years by this point. Vocals sound too polished across this whole album ngl. Double tracked too well I guess. Seems unnatural. 12.) So Alone: 6.2/10 Punk song to its very core (just over a minute long) 13.) Not The One: 5.6/10 Nice lyrics. Whole album’s kinda wearing at me by this point 14.) Smash: 5.8/10 Oooh hidden track. Not as good as Endless, Nameless though (although nothing can be). Cool lil surfy jam though (I recognize the song yet cannot for the life of me figure out the name) Final rating: Strong 4/Light 5 Just kinda felt like the mainstream perception of punk in the worst way possible. Did have some bangers though.