The esteemed Irish punk rockers Stiff Little Fingers are back again with Guitar and Drum, a record that isnt as punk-fueled as earlier records from their 25-year career, but is still punk so, I guess punk isnt dead? SLF release this disc about a year after The Radio One Sessions and maybe finally theyll escape the dreaded Clash comparisons, though maybe thats not a big concern. See: Track #2, Strummerville (You wore your heart on your sleeve/With honesty and pride/You gave me hope, made me believe/That what I did was right). SLF probably do a good job at capturing their own punk rock spirit that hasnt faded, but the addition of some refreshing reggae on Guitar and Drum doesnt hurt either. And who could deny SLFs relevance in todays culture? Just watch the movie High Fidelity. Check out Guitar and Drum, after all, they were Green Days biggest inspiration (at least, according to the movie).