It's hard to decide which TSOL album is the best. They all seem to be equally as great, even though they are all very different from each other. This, their debut ep together with the great Weathered Statues ep, showcases their early hardcore efforts together with their softer, more melodic later stage. The first part is among the best hardcore you will ever hear, especially the great tracks Superficial Love and Abolish Government. You may not enjoy the second part quite as much the first time you hear it, but just as the first part tends to get old the more you listen to it, the second part just gets better and better. Eventually you will enjoy the second part much more than the first, especially what is arguably TSOL's best song, Thoughts of Yesterday. It is advisable to listen to their great debut album Dance With Me in between the two eps, just to get a better taste of their musical growth. Then listen to their last studio album Beneath the Shadows to hear their new wave masterpiece. You should purchase this cd, Dance With Me, Beneath the Shadows, the Suburbia soundtrack, which contains two unbeleivably awesome live tracks, one of which, Darker My Love, can't be found anywhere else, and Live '91, a great reunion show, and your great TSOL collection will be complete. Ignore the new album Disappear, it seems even TSOL cannot escape the evil force that makes it impossible for there to be any good punk rock material these days.