"The album is instead a sort of late-career triumph for the Lemonheads. By convincingly honoring this significant rock pedigree, the band reveals a neglected or heretofore hidden stylistic agility."
“Had a Lemonheads album like this …been released when I was in high school, it would have been a bigger deal than my first hand-job.”
“Dando does his dulcet-throated slacker-frontman thing as winningly as ever, which ought to set aquiver the panties of Gen X gals everywhere.”
“[A] sense of adventure ties Varshons to those earliest Lemonheads records, but the group marries that spirit to Dando's exceptionally intuitive interpretive skills, turning the album into a bit of a rough, unpolished gem.”
“The songs here are incredibly random and feel sincerely like songs the band actually loves. Dando’s voice sounds older, wiser but still with that far-off sadness that made him such an icon for the disassociated pop crowd.”