While the group's affinity for western wear might seem cheesy, there's nothing on Boot N Rally that suggests the group doesn't take itself seriously. On the irreverent "You're So Delicious Baby!" it combines Ramones-like chants with twangy guitars, as Greg Miller sings about his love for greasy food and fat women. Raucous guitars rip through songs such as "Monkey Boy," "Beautiful Love Song," and "#1 Hit Record," a scathing indictment of commercial radio. There's not a dull moment -- even the instrumental "Cleveland Steamer" grinds hard, and "Dead Man's Clothes" sounds like a tender ballad until you realize it's about a guy who reads obituaries to find out if any well-dressed people have died. As good as anything by Southern Culture on the Skids or Reverend Horton Heat, Boot N Rally makes the band's self-description -- "deep-fried cowpunkabilly for losers like you" -- frighteningly accurate.