This is one of the more decent pop-punk singles that I ever bought for just a dollar, although I don't always keep track of what I've paid for every record so it's possible that's not even true. I probably have a dozen Everready and Dimestore Halos singles that I only paid a dollar for, which would blow that theory all to hell. Anyway, if you're partial to stuff like Dillinger Four or any number of recent Dead Broke Rekerds bands (Awful Man springs to mind, how 'bout that), then you'll probably think this is pretty decent also. Like Dead Uncles and The Credentials? Like the only Propaghandi song you've ever heard, the one that's on "Physical Fatness"? Yes I do. There's even still a web site that has just about everything The High-Steppin' Nickel Kids ever recorded, even though they broke up in 2002. There's a site with some of their lyrics, too. The little metal-y riff that pops up towards the end of "The Good, The Bad" is kinda okay. Plus some of their songs are way too long.
The High-Steppin' Nickel Kids -
"The Good, The Bad, and The Midwest"
"Scratch & Win (Void Where Prohibited)"