Lots of fast-paced, perpetually happy pop-punk songs so catchy that a lobotomy would be required to have them removed from your head. That's the familiar Sicko style as they follow up their highly successful debut with Laugh While You Can Monkey Boy. Not to say that there's anything wrong with their first album, it's just that there isn't a bad song to be found on this record. Laugh While You Can Monkey Boy is one of the few examples of a band creatively surpassing their first record with the same level of energy and silliness -- and how couldn't they with songs such as "Rehearsed," "What's On," "Bad Year," and their rendition of Cub's "Little Star"?
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AllMusic Review by Mike DaRonco