Like most people, I don't wanna do a full-on ranking just yet so I'll just include some brief comments from the first listen.
1. Party in the CIA - Loved it. Great vocal, clever lyrics.
2. Skipper Dan - I maintain that it's one of his catchiest originals ever, and the concept is perfectly executed in all its subtle brilliance.
3. TMZ - Was surprised to enjoy this one so much. Love the spoken part.
4. If That Isn't Love - A Hanson style parody? If that isn't awesome, I don't know what awesome is!
5. CNR - Still awesome.
6. Craigslist - Ditto.
7. Another Tattoo - This probably will fall a little bit. The subject matter I think is a little too easy although there were some good lines.
8. Perform This Way - It's no "White and Nerdy" but still a great lead single.
9. Polka Face - I'll probably appreciate it more over time as I learn to love it as its own song (I'd only listened to the live version once, when it first debuted)...but initially, my view on a polka depends a lot on how much I care for the original songs, and there aren't many here I'm a fan of.
10. Ringtone - More interesting as a performance than the song itself. But I do enjoy it.
11. Stop Forwarding That Crap to Me - It took a little too long to get anywhere. Decent, but could've been shortened and/or increased the proportion of jokes to repetitions of the title. Also, I think it's too similar to DDTS and probably shouldn't have been the last track.
12. Whatever You Like - I still hate it. Sorry Al.