Review by Josh Turner
The songs are about as long as an aircraft carrier and in some ways better than the original strip whereas the album is shorter all-around. Taken from the initial messenger’s material, they downsize to something that’s leaner and meaner. In total, we get three pieces to nosh on: That would be “Go,” “Kicking,” and “Home Was Good.” Plus, the brunch is rounded out with a complementary dessert. Read on to learn of this special boon.
Personally, I hadn’t anticipated a release of regurgitated material. While it seems as if we’ve been involuntarily signed up for the bucket list, what we are served is far from un-ambitious. Actually, these are the best cutlets to come from the prototype, and they’re twice cooked. Mixed upon the countertop, Iron Chef Kevin Moore adds quite a bit of embellishment to his award-winning plates from Free.
I would recommend this album to fans of Planet P Project or Chroma Key. If you can tolerate OSI with a dance beat, you’re close to intercepting the unsolicited feedback from their former broadcast. It may seem as if this automated response was completely unnecessary. Then again, I’m impressed with what I’ve heard and can vouch for the fact that it’s not spam. Rest assured! When you submit your order, you too will find that the transaction checks out.