Oh yeah! Punk rock’s never had such incredibly catchy grooves as in this huge 90s hit. Their rhythms are as complex as they are natural, and their chords are fun sonified. That D-A-B-G progression on “Having a Blast” is just wonderful, and the syncopated constant guitar hits just fall perfectly. The drums on this album keep the pace energetic and the arrangement rowdy. Sometimes I just sit back and focus on the cymbal hits every so often- I love them! The solo on “Chump” where those chords just keep coming before the tempo change into “Longview” is made legendary with a fast, hyper marching drum beat. And then, of course, the crown jewel of the entire album, “Welcome to Paradise”, with those Clash-style major chords eschewing the mode and the absolutely beautiful three-chord riff; Tre’s fills on this one are absolutely legendary. My personal favorite is “Pulling Teeth” due to the trance-like feeling created by its ethereal harmonic chords; somehow it reminds me of Lit’s “My Own Worst Enemy”. It’s just a beautiful thing, this album; it’s clear why when they focus in hard on one instrument (for instance, the simple two-scale bass riff in “Longview” or the bridge where Tre starts playing thirty-second notes in “Emenius Sleepus”): every section of this band is so perfect throughout this album that the work they put out together becomes practically holy. I’m using a lot of words that mean “good” here because I really don’t know how to talk about groove; I know the word “syncopated” applies pretty often, and syncopation is the source of the beauty of “Burnout”, but it’s hard to explain why the constant eighth-notes of “Basket Case” amp me up so much. Regardless, they do, and the counterpoint between the drums and guitar creates a groove that’s as infectious as it is memorable.