The transplants are Tim Armstrong (Rancid), Travis Barker (Blink182) and Rob Aston. Their sound is a highly original mix of stylistic influences that never strays too far from the home base of Punk Rock while managing to incorporate such disparate elements as blistering Hardcore Guitars, Hip-Hop and Dance Hall beats, Rap rhymes, and an overall un-wavering dedication to the spirit of Rock ‘N’ Roll.
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Joshua from Mullica Hill, NJ
May 13 2003
This album kicks ass. I don't care what anyone says, this album came out just as I expected it too, different. Who wouldve though punk and hip hopish type music could be mixed into something great like this.
Skyler from Battle Ground, WA
Jan 23 2003
at first I did'nt care for it because of a few rap tracks but the more i listend to it the more I liked it. You have to remember rap is music too,...its just comiercalized.
Tony from Chicago, IL
Nov 27 2002
Tim Armstrong is King Midus. Everything he touches turns to gold! This is definately one of the best albumns of the year. It's a mixture or punk, hip-hop and drumb & base. It's just unbelieveable. Don't listen to the nay-sayers and buy it now. You won't regret it.