Over half of the songs are re-recorded versions of songs from RBF's first album Everything Sucks:
"Cool Ending" (an acoustic version of "I'm Cool")
"Join the Club"
"I'll Never Be"
"All I Want is More" (originally titled "Fuck Yourself")
"Snoop Dog, Baby"
"S.R." (appeared on the original pressing of Everything Sucks, but not the Mojo re-release)
Oddly, the song "Everything Sucks" was not on the album Everything Sucks and may have been written after Everything Sucks was released. Similarly, a song titled "Turn The Radio Off" would appear on the band's 2005 album, We're Not Happy 'Til You're Not Happy. Aaron Barrett has stated that he had planned to have a song on each album named for the previously released album. He claims that this idea eventually fell apart.
The album lists the song "In The Pit" under the Writer's credits section, although "In The Pit" is not on the album. This song would later appear on the Teen Beef split 7" with Goldfinger and later on Why Do They Rock So Hard? as "Thank You For Not Moshing" with some minor lyrical changes.
The cover of a "clean" version of the album is a blank white field with just the band's name, the name of the album and the text of the First Amendment, incorrectly identified as "Article I".