The released an EP of cover songs from 1999. They knew a pop punk band covering a pop punk song would be boring, so they thought a medley would be more interesting. But the legalities of selling a medley - one song containing parts of 12 different songs to varying degrees - proved to be too confusing for even their lawyer to figure out. To take the safe route, they decided to release it for free and asked if we wanted to help.
good man. will always love ap.net's undying love for all that is pop punk.
When I heard their Break Stuff cover I had to listen to their back catalogue. I'm now completely obsessed with them. Second Family is great. I hate that I wrote them off after I listened to "Cheer Up Emo Kid"