Soothing and simple, "However Young They Are" is a full-throated plea for honesty in leadership that displays the album's more uplifting side. "We're in the Business" skewers the pretensions of indie rock by asserting that playing it is just another day on the slave barge. Aeronautically themed numbers question ground security ("Natives Approach Our Plane") and simulate mock holding patterns: At one point, Pollard announces from the cockpit that he's "circling Fort Recovery for landing instructions" ("Yellow Wife No. 5"). The album takes its name from the soft chanting refrain of "Wrong Drama Addiction," the album's most experimental cut, which features Pollard in stunning triplicate, backing himself vocally with two separate call-and-response phrasings. It's as cryptic as anything you'd expect from a man on a steady beer diet who's spent years scribbling in notebooks. But with the huge and engaging voice that Drunk Bob has, he could shout randomly from phone books and still make it sound cool.