The Anti-Heroes last album, American Pie, was an absolute classic. The kick to the head street punk was in full force along with songs that danced on the grave of Jerry Garcia. Just ignore the lyrical content that shifts in the direction of the right wing, and it's an instant party. This time around, with Underneath the Underground, the Anti-Heroes still maintain that grumpy old man attitude with the message of "kill your radio, kill your TV, buy American, " etc. Tough as nails and a lot of fun, but it's just not as explosive and in your face as their last album; at least they win the creative song title award for "Rich People Don't Go to Jail."