I'd rather be a hypocrite than the same person forever.
Humbling and humanising in equal measure, with a potent dose of the heartbreak to have the most self-confessed ‘punk rock’ of fans turn a little misty-eyed in between the tales of life-changing excess and becoming the very party heads you’d once built yourself up on lampooning.
These three goofy kids simply looking for someone else to make them look a little less goofy stumble into an era of musical change and help shift the landscape of the game forever.
With hindsight offering life’s greatest perspective, the ability to look back and lambast personal setbacks in character is legitimately sobering in its inspiration.
I laughed, I cried, I rapped along, I rocked the fuck out. I rewinded and re-listened several times. I loved it.