like The Horrors on heroin
(review from my music blog, anti-snob.com). Accept The Juice...is not a greatest hits collection or else "The Olympics" would had been among the 19 tracks selected. However, it does feature various live tracks, in studio radio performances, and songs from a few early 7"s, - none of which are too far off from what we had previously heard from the Limbs when the band was alive and well. If the Screamers cover was not the idea of the band themselves rather by the suggestion of Jello, the Limbs sure do sound like a group aware and capable of reproducing the infamous legacy of the primitive LA quartet, as well as, perhaps, Catholic Discipline. The energy isn't always there and, at best, the songs with the less drive come off like The Horrors on heroin. But when The Phantom Limbs are on fire, they ranked among the best of their peers.