Too bad the songs on this one revert back to inconsistency, because Anonymous
throws in a few more ranting monologues, which provide most of the album's best moments. Fans of the Milkmen
's sense of humor may find this one worthwhile, however, as there are a few good songs, and the album-closing monologue about Cousin Earl's maggot farm is easily the most disgusting thing the Milkmen
have ever done, period.