The Little Killers kill it, big. Combining Thin Lizzy riffs, raucous garage beats and a cocky, raspy croon that recalls Supersuckers lead Eddie Spaghetti, the New York threesome bang out good old fashioned punk rawk 'n' roll with a no-nonsense disposition and party-time attitude. The Little Killers tread the friendly line between punk and rock, but with screaming licks too complex for basic punk, their sound leans slightly towards the latter. I'm-not-worthy guitar solos are ample throughout the ferociously energetic 12-track album, while the harmonica, female back-ups, handclaps and tambourine are minimal but welcome, adding just a tinge of blues and country. Influenced by classic, blue-collar rock's driving hard edge and punk's simplicity, the Little Killers know how to throw one hell of a party, one that welcomes punks and rockers alike.