Even after 11 years, the Queers haven't grown up, as is evidenced by song titles like "Ursula Finally Has Tits," "I Can't Stop Farting," and "Noodlebrain." "Granola-Head" is an ultra-poppy anti-hippie rant that sums up the band's philosophy. Most of the album alternates between the guitar-driven pure pop craft of "Daydreaming" and the less melodic, raging punk of "Monster Zero." It is, nonetheless, a giant leap from their first album, Grow Up.
AllMusic Review by Kembrew McLeod