It's hard to find any weak points of this album even on my 4th or 5th listen. The songs are poppy and upbeat even with the horror themes. Each one can easily stand on it's own as a single, yet at the same time fit cohesively into the album as a whole. It goes from punk chants in a song to a keyboard solo and harmonized break down in the next. It's a non-stop assault on the eardrums and brain, but they'll be asking for more by the time it's over.
If you've never listened to The Creepshow or even if you've never heard of psychobilly this is a perfect place to start. It's definitely more upbeat and a bit more pop than is usual for the genre, but that's only the surface, there's darker undertones waiting to be discovered. This band has shown that lineup changes can be an advantage, give them a listen and get hooked.