With this pleasantly titled platter, Flipp again overshoots the mainstream via a colorfully quirky collection of rock radio readies. Like their obvious '70s idols (Gary Glitter, Sex Pistols), the members of Flipp are already stars, they just lack the sales. This slipped disc is stronger throughout than their debut; the confidence and verve behind "Rock Star" ("put the cock in your rock and you'll make a lot of money"), "Ultra Cool," and "Oh Yeah" make the music indistinguishable from the maker, an integral component in a great rock band. Flipp harkens back to another time, when flash and bang mixed with tight harmonies, and it's a trip worth taking.
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