1. (00:03:39) Fenix TX - Phoebe Cates
2. (00:03:33) Fenix TX - Katie W.
3. (00:02:33) Fenix TX - Threesome
4. (00:03:35) Fenix TX - Something Bad Is Gonna Happen
5. (00:03:44) Fenix TX - Tearjerker
6. (00:03:00) Fenix TX - Pasture of Muppets
7. (00:04:08) Fenix TX - A Song for Everyone
8. (00:02:51) Fenix TX - Manufactured Inspirato
9. (00:03:16) Fenix TX - Beating a Dead Horse
10. (00:04:01) Fenix TX - Abba Zabba
11. (00:05:33) Fenix TX - El Borracho
12. (00:03:01) Fenix TX - Felix Navidad
13. (00:14:54) Fenix TX - All My Fault
Playing Time.........: 00:57:50
Total Size...........: 79.9MB
Fenix Tx: William Salazar (vocals, guitar); Damon De La Paz (guitar, drums, background vocals); James Love (guitar); Adam Lewis (bass, background vocals).
On Fenix TX's second outing, the quartet continues to pursue the brash pop-punk sound that initially brought them widespread recognition. You've got to love a group that opens itsalbum with a completely unironic song called "Pheobe Cates", an ode to the actress best known for her role in FAST TIMES AT RIDGEMONT HIGH. Like Green Day and many of the bands who sprang up in that groundbreaking trio's wake, Fenix TX mixes pop-schooled harmonies and melodies with a surefire guitar-and-drums attack whose lineage may be drawn from the Ramones through the Buzzcocks to the aforementioned Greenies without any degeneration of effect. Sure, they're very much of they're era; If LECHUZA came out in 1965, Fenix TX would probably be proponents of the British Invasion sound, and they'dbe no less infectious and energetic than they are on this album.