When I say this feels stronger than its predecessor, I may be repeating myself but it’s still the fucking truth. The majority of this was doled out piecemeal over the past two years, but complaining about an album made of universally awesome singles is a dick move, especially when the unreleased material includes a five part epic in the vein of Jesus of Suburbia and a song that I feel encapsulates the band moreso than any other. I’m even picking up on some serious thoughts shared covertly via these sex-driven emissions and all I can say is, I feel you guys. I FEEL YOU.
5 Shamelessly Manic Depressive Perverts out of 5