Among all the fuzzed-out guitars, chant-along choruses and monster drum beats, The Fleshtones are telling us what they are all about on "Serious" ("Let's get serious / about not being serious") and the unapologetic statement of rock 'n' roll purpose "I Am What I Am" ("and I like it"). Although production duties and studios are split between Southern Culture on the Skids main-guy Rick Miller in North Carolina and The Dirtbombs' Jim Diamond in Detroit, the songs and the sound are a solid and uniform hit parade, a single-CD jukebox filler. By the time they get to the insanely rocking "Push Up Man" ("Going up and down as fast as I can!"), it's time to call it a night, a day, a career, whatever. End of story. They win.