For me, this is one of band's better albums, and I have them all. Good luck is just more fluid and tends to have more personality. This band runs under the genre of "Ska" which is basically rock with a rhastafarian beat. This adds alot of flavor to a group who would otherwise be just another rock band. I wouldn't say that the band is anything special, but, if you're into ska, I'd suggest this for your collection, because it'll still give you that happy feeling that accompanies ska albums. Their lyrics are a little fast for my taste, and their music tends to bleed together, but this album is still pretty good. The vocalist is, in general, just ok, but he has some moments where you know that "this song is definitely better than his other stuff".