This album was the release that brought NMA to the masses. It saw the beginnings of the folk elements into the NMA sound. It still has the same basic punk attitude and classic rock sensibilities as before but is less reliant on the bass and instead presents a more traditional song structure. Most artists are lucky to get one perfect album in their career, NMA have three or four of them - this is one. Put it on and let it wash over you, it'll stir you out of your apathy and maybe force you to look at the world with a less passive POV.
5 enough is enough is enough out of 5