The back cover reads "(the) Scarlet Drops urge everyone in America and Canada to support native people in this struggle for 'justice,' 'equality' and 'respect.'" That alone gives the Scarlet Drops props as they're one of the only acts -- let alone an underground power-pop-punk act -- who bring to attention Native issues. As for the music itself, both "Sweet Happiness" and "I See You" contain a rocking-out, upbeat resemblance to the Muffs and the Fastbacks, as there's an abrasive and uppity beat of melodic energy. File this under "criminally overlooked."
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AllMusic Review by Mike DaRonco