Only the title track and Death Doesn't Care are the ones I could remember after listening to the whole thing. The rest just kinda blend with each other, because of their homogeneous nature. The debut is slightly better than this actually, because at least there are some songs you can actually tell one from another.
Thankfully, their later material is much better than this.
Before they evolved into their current pop-punk sound No Use was a hardcore punk band, and in my opinion this album was their best hardcore offering. It's like a faster, angstier, more melodic Sick of It All.