The success of Local H is proof that good old-fashioned angst is still alive and well in the hearts and minds of America's youth. Following 1996's sleeper hit, As Good As Dead, the power-duo returns with Pack Up The Cats, 15 more large and loud tracks about how growing up in a small, ass-backwards town (like Local H's own Zion, Illinois) can truly suck. But who are they trying to fool? True losers couldn't orchestrate a rock album this cohesive and ingenious in their dreams. Grungy power chords and emotive vocals tell of the trials and tribulations of feeling like a small fish in a huge pond, but with hooks this sharp and choruses this memorable, Local H will be swimming with the biggest sharks in no time.