Informationen zum Artikel: Gigantic Sike is MEAN JEANS fifth full-length and falls into the same category as their prior albums -three-chord, heavily Ramones-influenced party punk, but with a bit of a twist. While the songs are fun andfast, there is a darker story being told of the bleak existence of a party boy. Each of the 11 tracks have anelement of sadness and cynicism to them. On the surface, opening track "Party Line" is about a hotlineyou call when youre ready to party. The hotline is singer Billy Jeans actual cell phone. No one is blowingup the party line anymore and everyone is moving on with their lives. "What the Fuck Is up Tonight?" describesthe struggle between heeding the call to grow up, and the desire to live in the moment. GiganticSikes mission statement concludes with its closing track. "Time Warp" is a fizzy, melodic number thatserves as an exit strategy for the issues presented throughout the album - you have the ability to runaway from all of the stupid decisions youve made in life, and take the time warp to start over again. It isa joke on the fantasy of sneaking out the backdoor on a crummy identity you didnt necessarily mean tocreate. This underlying theme mixed with classic MEAN JEANS like "Just a Trim (Dont Buzz Me Alright)"and "I Fell into a Bog" has MEAN JEANS at their best.