This is surely the most blatant attempt by the label to produce a hit. The majority of Hell Yeah! is indistinguishable from No Doubt -- all pep and girly chirp on top of a punky swing rhythm. But this band is made up of European psychobilly vets -- a scene that stands on hash-toking good times -- so there's a knowing silliness throughout that suits such cheesy costuming. Cutesy tunes with titles like "Girl in a Cage" and "Psychobitches Outta Hell" bounce around on slapped, stand-up bass, barking background vocals, funny broken-English lyrics, and sugary ska beats. Unlike labelmate Tiger Army's pathetic tough-guy stance, Horrorpops is all gags. Tired gags, but with this ceaselessly cartoonish genre, laughs are preferable to testicles.