AMPLIFIER MAGAZINE REVIEW:
"There's a little pig in all of us" proclaim the liner notes of this scrumptious neo-new wave collection. Commandeered by the quirky musings of Mr. Geoff Westen, this Pigs' poke is strictly 80s retro pop as synthesizers, electronic drums, and razor sharp guitars abound in every sleek mechanical cut. Westen's robotic croon resonates somewhere between Gary Numan and Rick Ocasek and will certainly conjure fine memories of those who remember the greed decade the first time around, and further appeal to the kids who yearn for the days when Franz Ferdinand's and OK Go's ancestors ruled the airwaves. "Heartbreak Street," "Stand Back," and "Saturday Night" are infectious time capsules laden with anthemic hooks and a back-beat that rockers can dance to and dancers can rock to: which is what made the 80s so unique in the first place...The Pigs have a greatest hits album on their hooves."