The dual vocals supplied by DJ and Danny are crazy ﾖ not the most tuneful, but hey, that's punk, right? Anyway, this factor only adds to the band's appeal and youthful, vibrant sound, and fits in perfectly with their street feel. The only place Plan A Project slightly falter is on "Take Back Whats Yours", more of a crooner than anything else, which is sound lyrically, but musically just doesn't fit in too well with the rest of the record. It actually seems like it would make a better secret track. Nonetheless, don't let this little hiccup deter you, for this is an extremely solid album. Quite simply, Plan A Project combines the fun and undeniable catchiness of the Bouncing Souls with the raucous, rough street sound of Rancid.
They even include a cover of "Bombshell" at the end of the record, an addition that really reiterates how reminiscent these guys are of Op Ivy. They sure pick great songs to cover; remember their rendition of The Clash's "White Riot" on their last album? So do as Plan A Project bid you on "P.I.F.L." and "Play it fucking loud!"