Toasters Enemy of the System

When Moon Ska, the label that defined the '90s ska resurgence and the brainchild of Toasters' founder Bucket, collapsed, the Toasters were quick to assure their fans that they were staying together. Well, Enemy of the System is the first album that the Toasters have put out post-Moon Ska and it marks their move to Asian Man Records, the brainchild of another seminal ska figure, Mike Park. The Toasters didn't change much besides their label, however, and with this, their 11th album, they sound much like they have on their most recent ones. There is nothing new here; the music is poppy ska mixed with rock, blasting horns and Bucket's trademarked vocals. If you liked the Toasters last few albums, you'll like this one, and if you didn't, well, then you won't, but there's nothing here that you haven't heard before. (Asian Man)