The smaller and less exciting brother to Dookie is still an album that's worth your while, at least that's how I view it. It's short and dynamic enough to please someone who enjoyed the previous album, and even people who might not consider pop punk as one of their favourite genres could enjoy some of the tracks here. With the key word being "some", of course, because a lot of the songs are fairly typical and can feel a little aged by the final few tracks.
The beginning's quite good. ... read more