Originally released in 2004, their second album, "Fuck World Trade," is viewed as Leftover Crack's hallmark release. Built on the foundation of high-speed ska and thrash punk, "Fuck World Trade" saw the band take a freer approach both musically and lyrically, including longer songs, more varied details and contributions from members of Anti-Flag, The Dwarves and World/Inferno Friendship Society. Of course, the band's anti-racist, anti-sexist, anti-capitalist and anarcho-communist message is on full display as well. Over 10 years after its release, "Fuck World Trade" still stands as a genre-defining album in both musical content and message. To mark the anniversary of the album, Fat will be releasing a deluxe reissue. The reissue includes five previously unreleased bonus tracks (all originally from the "Fuck World Trade" session) and enhanced artwork.