Coaster feels plagued by a lack of identity, repeating postures from older songs. The album art is a joke about how compact discs are slowly losing value as music collections, though the track it refers to, album-ender “One Million Coasters,” never lifts off. It’s a bum ending about the fading music industry that, compared to say, “Dinosaurs Will Die,” lacks bite. “First Call” and “I am an Alcoholic” recycle drunk humor. “We Called It
Speaking of funny songs, the band might get a laugh out of “Eddie, Bruce, and Paul,” a homoerotic thriller rife with Iron Maiden references. Plus, there’s some sweet shredding and falsetto at the end. The this-isn’t-actually-a-diss-track diss track “Creeping Out Sara,” a lazily assembled piece about, well, creeping out one of the Quinn sisters, isn’t that funny though. It pretty much comes down to how funny you find incest and/or lesbians.
Then again, while its lyrics are somewhat weak, Coaster’s music is still top-notch NOFX-style punk. “Best God in Show” and “I am an Alcoholic” are tasty ska-punk concoction. “We Called It