O.G. Seattle rockers and the reverends of the irreverent the Young Fresh Fellows are back with I Think This Is, their first full album since 2001, and 25 years since the release of their ground-breaking first LP, Fabulous Sounds of the Pacific Northwest. Before grunge and way before indie was so indie, Fellows Scott McCaughey, Tad Hutchison, Jim Sangster and Chuck Carroll (and later, Kurt Bloch) were issuing their signature shotgun blasts of punk energy and wry lyricism. I Think This Is is no exception. Produced by Robyn Hitchcock, the album is a compendium of punk, college rock and 60's pop, from the propulsive guitar rawk of ''Shake Your Magazines'' and ''After Suicide,'' to the psych-tinged melancholy of ''The Guilty Ones'' and ''Never Turning Back Again.'' With I Think This Is, the YFF remind us that two guitars, bass and drums, plus a barrel of beer is still the perfect recipe for success. Or maybe failure. But that's cool.