This album is a wonderfully entertaining piece of work. Essentially, the entire disc is filled with catchy pop tunes, but all of them are done in a very left of field manner. The result is a quirky release with a good sense of humor. Among the wide range of musical influences that show up on the disc are Blondie, the Waitresses, Celtic sounds, arena rock, and even the Grateful Dead. There is even a track that seems to have a lot in common musically with the theme song to The Munsters. The lineup on this disc is Flo Newman, Rich Newman, and Patrick Lavery, along with several guests.
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AllMusic Review by Gary Hill