Fucked Up’s record Dose Your Dreams is sprawling and diverse. It is a kitchen sink record, they threw everything they could at it. It keeps all the post-hardcore punk sounds that they had in the past (with some minor flourishes) and adds disco, EDM, indie rock, pop and psychedelic elements. Unlike their great punk music of the past, this also utilizes what must be 15 to 20 vocalists including most band members, numerous female vocalists, and even inexplicable J. Mascis. Damian Abraham is still on almost every song, but the songs are much broader and require more types of vocals than his distinctive cookie monster growl. The record seems to have some of the themes and characters of the great 2011 album David Comes to Live, but from what I can tell it is loosely related. Musically Dose Your Dreams is a step forward, but I can tell why some fans didn’t care for it as much as previous records. It doesn’t have the immediate impact of The Chemistry of Common Life and it isn’t quite a cohesive and singular as David Comes to Life. It is however extremely ambitious and the highlights of the record are about as good as anything from 2018. I am not sure if I would tell someone to start with this for the band it is almost an hour and a half, but to me it is their best.