With the level of humor on par with Wally Pleasant and Adam Sandler, Stephen Lynch's second album touches on the finer side of mixing juvenile humor, sexual entendre and acoustic singer/songwriting and presenting in a rather comedic light. Recorded predominantly live is a definite plus, as the audience response gives the album a fuller dimension than if it was straight to tape. However, this is not an album for those with a weak constitution, as vulgarity is the norm rather than the exception. That said, it's perfect for college campuses nationwide.
AllMusic Review by Rob Theakston