16 songs! Three years in the making! Two people who can barely stand each other most of the time, who have endured emotional distress, heartbreak, a grueling, botched disaster cross-country tour that resulted in bankruptcy and homelessness, yet still summoned inhuman tenacity of spirit and came out swinging with a record that will be ripping you, not one, but two auxiliary assholes. Since forming their strange musical alliance in 2002, Cars Can Be Blue have strived to combat the inertia of indie music's boring banalities with cheekily colorful aplomb. The twisted worm that had always wiggled beneath the surface of this cheerful boy/girl pop duo has gradually swelled up and begun devouring it's human host. Behold, 'Doubly Unbeatable!' a joyous paroxysm of negative energy culled from three years of uncertain circumstances and desperate living, Becky Brooks and Nate Mitchell have filtered their own distrust of humanity into a living document that is catchier and more compelling than the volume that preceded it (2005's 'All the Stuff We Do').