Okay, this gets some props alone for being on Sub-City Records. Not that everything that this label puts out is good, it's just that for each release a percentage of the sales goes out to a charity of the bands choice -in this case it's going to Schools for Chiapas. As for the music, you have Falling Sickness on one side, who this time have more of a hardcore edge going on in comparison to their previous releases. Sure, the occasional ska overtones are still there, but there's a little more anger fueling them. Then there's Dysentery, who are basically like Falling Sickness without the long songs and ska influence. Not the most original thing out there, but at least it's going for a good cause.