...that is, it REMINDS me of 70's music; I read somewhere that their previous album "One Chord to Another" evoked the 60's, and "Navy Blues" progressed to the 70's--OK supposition, I guess. All in all, it's good music no matter what time period it's placed in. Very catchy, singalong stuff which reminds me a lot of Sweet, but with more adventurous arrangements and a lot of different styles--I think they're willing to try most anything, and most of the time it works. Another plus is that I think all of the members write and sing, so you get this wonderful variety of tunes, from the foot-stompin' hand-clappin' ones like "She Says What She Means" and "Money City Maniacs" (having one of the dumbest refrains you'll ever mindlessly sing), to the lazily strummed "I'm Not Through With You Yet", to the gently grooving string arrangement of "I Wanna Thank You" (what a nice surprise--and it sounds great!). The lyrics are mainly a goof, but if it's poetry you want, visit a library...I can't fathom the hostile reviews submitted by mainly Canadians (ironically); if you don't hold at least a little affection for these ditties, you don't have much joy inside--either that, or I need to get "Twice Removed" so I can hate this disc.