10 of 13 people found the following review helpful
Raucous tales of callow youth with just enough introspection that you won't hate yourself in the morning...,
This review is from: Most Messed Up (Audio CD)
Rhett and the boys have done it again, giving us a great party album that won't be leaving my playlist anytime soon. The opening track showcases a retrospective Mr. Miller, looking back on all the fun (among other things) that he's had over the course of his career (thus far!). He continues to regale us with stories of the rock n' roll lifestyle, but always incorporating at least an ounce of maturity (if you listen closely), just proving that he is old enough to know better, but still too young to care. Tommy Stinson adds some chops to several cuts lending some sassy Replacements' sneer to an already sassy album. If you are a fan of the Old 97s, or if you just want to give 'em a listen, I highly recommend this album. But don't stop there...get 'em all!