Fuck World Trade has had mixed critical reviews. Punknews.org gave the album a highly positive review, saying that "Fuck World Trade is here, and is incredible." One reviewer at Drownedinsound.com gave the album 2 out of 10 stars, saying that it was "utter meaningless trash that achieves nothing but widen the dichotomy between them and anyone with at least half a braincell." Johnny Loftus, of Allmusic gave the album 3.5 out of 5 stars, saying that while Stza is "limited" as a vocalist, the album is still "provoking and nonconforming in double and triple amounts" and "real revolution rock."
With the title of the album and its artwork, along with the lyrical content being highly offensive to some, the release of the album caused some controversy. The album was reportedly banned by Best Buy, Circuit City, Wal-Mart, and Music Land, among other retailers well before its release date. However, the title of the album predates the World Trade Center attacks. The phrase "Fuck World Trade" was used in a song from the pre-Leftover Crack band Choking Victim's album No Gods, No Managers (released in 1999).