Amplified Heat – Review

February 16, 2007

If your train stops for ’70s ZZ Top, Hognose, The Brought Low, George Thorogood, or the Black Crowes with Jimmy Page thing, it can pull in here.

The Nipples – Weekend Toys – Review

February 16, 2007

The singer is actually male, he’s got a little bit of a Dead Milkmen/Jerry Lewis thing going on, but they love it in France, and that’s good enough for me.

WTF – Review

February 16, 2007

WTF never comes close to reaching the heights of its inspiration, simply because, despite all of the inspired weirdness on display, it’s just not fun to play.

Boys Like Girls – Review

February 16, 2007

With catchy hooks and displays of actual talent, this self-titled album reminds us all of what’s its like to be 16, with only lust and liquor on your mind.

The Matches – Decomposer – Review

February 9, 2007

Nine. That’s the number of producers on Decomposer. It helps emphasize their ability to seamlessly transfer from goofy and gross to soulful and serious.

Family Guy – Review

February 9, 2007

Family Guy bucks the trend, offering up a nearly perfect encapsulation of the show in game form.

The Old Haunts – Fuel On Fire – Review

February 1, 2007

“Civil Salvage” starts in with a replicated gypsy tinge, followed by the dark 16 Horsepower vaudeville country of “Death On The Sickbed” and “Culture of Prey.”