It's a Ska track, and it's decent. In reality it's got that generic 90's Ska feel to it, but not as much as the album. Give the track a listen and judge everything else from there.
Catchy lyrics, loud trumpets, and repetitive riffs. In modern days it's not my favorite combination, but it's what little me used to get down to an the memories are good-uns.
This isn't to say it's a bad track, the lyrics actually say something. Being as the band have made it from the 90's to present date, I'd say they applied the message to themselves pretty well.
If you really dig it, and you're looking for that long lost 90's over-all sound, you might wanna give the album a listen.
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I still wouldn't buy it, but I'm glad I gave it a listen and didn't just assume it'd be easy to get tired of. It's got everything from the mushy love song to the mosh-able wreak heaving tracks, and that's valuable. Maybe that's why they're still together.
If it sounds like your thing, yes, give it a listen. Otherwise it's pretty easy to pass up. A gem for a 90's lover, but with no real value beyond that.