"[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. "
"[Y]ou really can't deny hooks like these."
"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."
"Perfect for when you can’t decide between Bracket or Crass."
"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."
"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