The All/Descendentsfamily shrub has more forks in it than any given cafeteria utensil bin, and one of the most overlooked offshoots is Spiffy, a short-lived quartet that featured the talents of '80s Descendents alumni Tony Lombardo and Ray Cooper who reprised their respective bassist and guitarist rolls in this 1996 endeavor, and yielded the pair of singles this entry concerns. Run-on sentences are go! At any rate, Spiffy leaned way more in the direction of All than the 'dents, delivering taught, crunchy punk-pop songs that are sure to ring familiar to die-hards of the aforementioned. Both singles were produced and engineered by Bill Stevenson and Stephen Egerton. Need I say much more? Theirs was a brief discography, but a potent one, with the uber-melodic "Intensive Care Unit" leading the pack as their finest moment. Mouthpiece Joel Bratton, who also served as singer in All Day, is recently deceased.