Ok punker purists that think everything nowadays is crap, heres something released straight from 1982 that comes in the form of a Zero Boys reissue. Heard of em? Me neither, maybe because they were from Indianapolis. But its fast, tight and hits with that same feel that made me side with likes of the Ramones and the Circle Jerks. Lyrics are delivered audibly clear as the songs zip by and average about 1:40. Livin In The 80s is flashback punk anthem. The charm here is the slight Midwest sounds seeping in with a good mix between East Coast speed, and West Coast hooks. Amphetamine Addiction is paced so the title rings much more true. Hightime also struggles with being too high to get by. Drugs and punks, punks and drugs. About 20 years before it was commercially viable to be a punk band. Especially from the Midwest. So relish this for what it is, punk from a time when it wasnt so deluded and done, from an area so isolated, its an accomplishment just to have made a mark. With two previously unreleased tracks, good buy for the punker that must have it all.