Another solid NoFX album which everyone has come to expect. This cd is definitely worth checking out as the only songs that didn't cut my jib were She's Nubs, Decom-posuer, and Re-gaining Unconsciousness. If you like when NoFX adds a touch of ska to their music you'll like Anarchy Camp. Most of the songs are catchy and/or have some meaning unlike some other people and Medio-core is a great song when you think of all the shit you've listened to and didn't like. cough ltj's anthem cd cough cough
I wish I could give this album 32 stars, it is that good. These guys got their shit together when it comes to music. All though this record is not as good as Midwestern Songs of the Americas it is still a helluva cd. Anyone who has not heard of D4 I suggest they pick up Midwestern. After you take a listen you'll want their other records which are all awesome. Bottom line.
If you're a NoFX fan this is a definite pickup. There are plenty of highlights on this record, mostly on the first disc though. A few songs that I thought were fantastic were We Aint Shit, Lower, and Pimps & Hookers. Well worth your hard earned money.
Do not listen to the below reviews, they are dead wrong. This cd was a complete waste of money. It is not the rockin', horn-filled LTJ that we have all come to know and sing along to. Be sure to sample at least half of the cd before buying it. That's something I wish I had done before instead of just buying the record, which I thought would be solid. Check out Losing Streak, Hello Rockview, and Borders & Boundaires before wasting money on this cd. LTJ went for a completely different sound and came up short.