Limp's third album, which is self-titled, finds the band back after three years since their previous release. This album finds the band playing very mature pop-punk, not like much of the juvenile punk on Honest Don's and Fat Wreck Chords. A darker edge is also displayed, although it's restrained. However, it will no doubt leave the listener pleasantly surprised. Just like much of the pop-punk catalog, Limp's album is filled with hooks and melodies a plenty. The closest comparison one might be able to draw is to Slick Shoes, although Limp seems to do a pretty good job of separating themselves from the pack. Standard fare in many regards, but what the band does, they do well on this 11-song disc.
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AllMusic Review by Kurt Morris