the Fingers' best effort, Go For It was also the last
album to feature the band's original lineup. Singer
Jake Burns has moved from his rasping growl to an actual
singing voice which he uses throughout the album, and
as always, the lyrics he spouts out are anchored in
some sort of political commentary or personal subject.
Each track on here is strong in some way, whether it's
because the band has a keen sense of melodicism or a
knack for crafting a song that often verges on the edge
of pop. There's even an instrumental track and some
horns scattered around to add some variety here, but
no matter how adventurous they choose to get, the key
to SLF's sound still lies in their ability to write
a good, solid punk song.