Listening to this album, I am transported to a world where the aforementioned GG Allin is God, life is shit and drinking, fighting and fucking is all there is to do. This place may exist but I am not sure that I like it – indeed who am I kidding I hate this place, but whilst GG has long departed the planet It’s salutary to be reminded that the Dwarves are still going after twenty five years, so I guess to quote the Dwarves somebody does still “want to get high and take some shit”.Do I have to tell you what they sound like? Probably not. The songs are loud, fast,played tightly and mercifully short. Over their twenty five year career the Dwarves have evolved – or devolved – from garage rock to hardcore to out and out punk and even pop, I kid you not. They do occasionally possess a fine if perverse sense of melody but the song titles really say it all: “We Only Came To Get High,” “I Masturbate Me,” “It’s A Wonderful Life of Sin,” “Happy Birthday Suicide,” etc. etc.. The apparently now famous former member Nick Oliveri also plays on this album and it’s got some top ten producer, but who would know. If you like been assaulted aurally and aren’t of a nervous disposition then maybe this is for you, but if you’re easily impressionable or offended or have something better to do then perhaps it’s best avoided.