The members of Merchandise + two friends create the ultimate slack-jawed album of 2012. I could never really tell what Dads were going for over their three 7"s (one of which we released!), just that it was something on a different level. I think on the last 7", the band finally nailed a sound it was going for, but this LP takes that to its logical extreme, presenting both the band's most extreme and accessible moments (outside of the a-side of the first 7"). It's truly a magnificent album.