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Internet Dating Superstuds is the ninth studio album by the southern California punk rock band The Vandals, released in 2002 by Kung Fu Records.It was the band’s first album after their permanent move to Kung Fu, after having fulfilled their contract with Nitro Records in 2000.

Alas, I'm having a really hard time coming up with anything inspired to say. A couple of tunes are maybe worth a chuckle, but mostly the Vandals spew out super-sized duds on Internet Dating Superstuds.It's a shame too, because they were on a roll from The Quickening to Look What I Almost Stepped In, and Christmas With the Vandals is a yuletide classic of sorts.Dave Quackenbush sings the chorus of "Soccer Mom" as if just the concept of a song about a soccer mom was funny by itself.Even the song "Lord of the Dance" does not elicit a laugh.Nor does the not very high-concept "Disproportioned Head." The slightly more introspective "My Brother Is Gay" is an OK tune.

But throughout the record, it's the shrill vocals and clownish guitar that annoy.

But there's no "I've Got an Ape Drape" or "San Berdu" on Internet Dating Superstuds.

The Vandals sound more like one of the countless punk-pop bands that try to imitate them.

The Vandals were on a roll from The Quickening to Look What I Almost Stepped In, and Christmas With the Vandals is a yuletide classic of sorts.

Next came Internet Dating Superstuds, which includes a couple of tunes worth a chuckle.

an excellent last song to end another great effort by the vandals. If you don't, well, I'm sure you'll put your two cents in down below the review. If You've never heard the vandals, I wouldn't recommend this as a first. I mean, the "internet savvy jokes" the art seems to be attempting to make... I mean, it's slightly, quickly, amusing that the pop-ups cover most of the lyrics.