Review: Slightly Stoopid

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Slightly Stoopid
“Everything You Need”
(Surf Dog Records)

It’s truly got everything you need for that Pacific coast lifestyle of lazily curing your skin in that vitamin B12 saturated sun. A taste of white boy reggae, power punk, acoustic tenderness with electric abrasiveness comprises Slightly Stoopid’s latest release. ¬†Eclectic in its direction, the album’s got a flavor desired for any beach fire or party. Though low on originality, tracks such as “Killin’ Me Deep Inside” and “Punk Rock Billy” evoke a pleasurable sensation. It’s a cheap carbon copy of everything and anything that’s ever been done (specifically Sublime). Leading to the only relevant conclusion: dub this album of dubs, covers and catchy staple riffs, “Everything You Need”.