The latest offering from the Dead Milkmen is full of the amusing, no-nonsense and strangely intelligent rock and roll that made their other albums so ... well, different. A kind of wry document of the world , featuring everyone from Trump to Charles Manson to Sha-Na-Na to Anderson, Bruford, Wakeman and Howe , with a touch of complete irrelevance thrown in, this album is a must for anyone who claims to be a nonconformist (or a Led Zeppelin fan). With songs like "Now Everybody's Me" ("Everybody Hates Edie Brickell"), "If You Love Somebody, Set Them On Fire," "Dollar Signs in Her Eyes," and "Methodist Coloring Book" the Dead Milkmen have once again established themselves as a uniquely strange, punked out, stoned free rock and roll band.****n
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