The Austin Chronicle called the album "supersheeny corporate punk." The Los Angeles Times wrote: "Call ‘em Blink-91—a cut-rate, half-price take on Blink-182’s melodic power-punk, minus the puerile wit and deceptively smart commentary (in other words, the character)."Texas Monthly deemed the album "the smartest power pop to break out of Texas in years."Style Weekly wrote that "bubble-gum punk, pseudo-rap, and watered-down 'alternative' rock are all present."The Morning Call considered it "slightly above-average pop-punk that plays with dynamics more than usual, though not enough to transcend the overdone and tired genre."
Produced and recorded by David Eaton, with recording assistance (at Fire Station) by Bobby Arnold
Tracks 1-9 and 11-15 mixed at Quad Studios and Pedernales Studios by Chris Shaw (assistance at Quad Studios by Gabriel Martinez); track 10 mixed by David Eaton
Mastered by Howie Weinberg
All songs published by Choosy Mothers Music/Pie Mikey Pie Music/Wussypuff Music/Happysmallchild Music, except track ten (lyrics published by Ruthless Attack Music; music published by Choosy Mothers Music/Pie Mikey Pie Music/Wussypuff Music/Happysmallchild Music)