Like An apotheosis of Party, the cover of 2001's "I Get Wet" is, to many, the first and perhaps only image conjured up when Andrew W.K. comes to mind. His battered and serene visage stands starkly against the darkness. Blood is smeared from his nose down to his neck, crusted to wisps of patchy facial hair. His dark, greasy coiffure is the threshold that separates his face from the void, framing the evidence of brutality, bearing life-affirming blood and a strangely soft gaze that both reassures and menacingly tempts, "It's time to party." The album's message is made apparent via a quick scan of the tracks: There is indeed, 'It's Time to Party,' as well as 'Party til You Puke,' and the anthem on an album full of anthems, 'Party Hard.'