On the second album by Lagwagon, Trashed, it's pretty evident that they've grown up lyrically. The opening track, "Island of Shame," deals with the isolation of having a disease in a narrow-minded small town. Along with some of the more serious songs on Trashed, there are an equal number of tunes that reflect a more playful side.
For example, "Goin' South" talks about the frustrations of getting lost on the way to one of their shows: "We're heading south on the northbound/Our wheels might as well be square." Then there's their rendition of Van Morrison's "Brown Eyed Girl," in which they butcher this classic in a way that makes it ten times more enjoyable.
This album should appeal to the 15-year-old skater in all of us.