It's two guitars and interchangeable vocals all the way with no respect for genre boundaries. "Vomit Song" is pushy suburban punk, a la the early Rifles, and "Let's Slaughter It Out" is spiced with some fine psych guitar. "Messy In Umina" is a hybrid surf instrumental stomper and "Knuckle Down" is your basic punk rock rant. Closer "Big Bones" gives itself room to move and is one of the eight originals. 

The last time these ears heard "The Nips Are Getting Bigger" it was being played by a po-faced, corporatised version of Mental As Anything. In a word, they were shitfull. Space Boozies' hungover version is looser than a liquorice fiend's bowels, but it's probably still two shades better than the live version I endured. "Goo Goo Muck", on the other hand, approximates the drug-laced, horny derangement of the Cramps' version just fine.

Adam produced and Mikey Young mastered. It's a short run on vinyl only so don't snooze.


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