Lessons on Love, Sharing, & Hygiene

by the Capitalist Kids

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about

"[R]einstilled my faith in good pop punk. "
--Squid Pro Quo

"If you are a fan of pop punk, I suggest you rush out (or to your computer) and get this."
--JF, Maximum Rock & Roll

"[A] refreshing piece of pop-punk. "
--ScenePointBlank

"[Y]ou really can't deny hooks like these."
--SorryStateRecords

"Full of hooks and melodies, head and heart, it's worth everyone's time."
--Wasted Opportunities zine

"[E]asily the best out of an already impressive discography...they seem to have expanded both lyrically and stylistically, becoming even more accessible without losing their edge."
--Per Koro Records

"Something about major chords accompanying bleak statements like, 'We live in a world of imbalance and disparity, where one’s manipulation severs another’s greed, some people live in comfort, others suffer, bleed, and die,' feels a little weird, especially when you sound like you’re singing about a girl you’ve got a crush on. But, honestly, Capitalist Kids pull it off. "
--Chris Mason @Razorcake

"It’s a serious gem, capitalizing on nostalgia without hiding behind it." -- thenewscheme

"Power-fightin' power-pop." --Joe Briggs @somedaysthethundergetsyou.blogspot.com

"[S]kates gracefully between political snark, finger-pointing anthems, and blisteringly fast ballads in a way that few bands could accomplish. The Capitalist Kids manage to find the Goldilocks zone with every song in providing politics without being preachy and love songs without the sap."
--ovrld

"Perfect for when you can’t decide between Bracket or Crass."
--Brian Static@Razorcake

"If you’re a pop punk head make sure you get on this one or else you’ll be wondering what everyone else is talking about when they’re discussing the great albums of the year."
--Uncle Critic

"[P]henomenal"
--IBuyWayTooManyRecords.com

"It certainly addresses how fucked up things are but while many other bands address it with apathy or rage, these guys approach it with a bit of dark humor and sarcasm, which make it stand out a lot."
--Andrew Ryan Fetter@Ghettoblaster

"Austin’s Capitalist Kids are the rare band that can show us why both politics and love matter."
--Zee Whitesides@Jersey Beat

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released June 13, 2012

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