http://sistercity.bandcamp.com as a pay-what-you-want download.
The album begins with "Hit Too Hard" which proudly displays the band's roots in punk music. The sound reflects a 90s-style version of punk before it became a modern polished radio staple. While lead-singer Adam Linder's vocals are not perfect on "Some Prefer Nettles", that adds to the song's overall appeal. The song "Poland, 1845" is just a great energetic piece of music about appreciating your ancestors. The band expand their sound on "Reinventing Adm Linder", taking a more alternative approach similar to the Violent Femmes or Dead Milkmen. The album closes with the 6-minute, slow-builder "How Much", a passionate song about leaving your "carbon footprint".
For more information on this album, please visit the band's website, sistercityband.com.