While the opener 'Border Control' somewhat reminds me of the Ramones, the rest of the album is a splendid mix of old school punk and seventies rock music. There is a lot of energy to be found in these songs, along with a decent heap of aggression. Furthermore, like all decent punk and ska, there are great sing-along choruses and a tempo that will ignite a mosh pit in no time.
The only thing I miss on this ep, is the presence of saxophones and trumpets. I mean, this was presented to me as a punk and ska and for me, ska comes with joyous wind instruments. Oh well, I guess that's just my problem. Besides, 'Border Control' is still a great ep if you love uptempo punk rock. Blisterhead have been delivering the good for two decades now, so you can be damn sure that you will love these songs, especially if you love great three way harmonic vocals and a bit of social criticism.