Ian Moore on Sun, December 14, 2012

“…punchy, propulsive barnburners leveled with unapologetic enthusiasm. They make an emphatic impression straight from the start, as expressed in the relentless rocker Secondhand Store, the finger-snapping dynamic of Tap the Till and ever-dynamic surge of Birds of Prey. The energy is infused throughout, maintaining the momentum all the way through to the finish, and given the insistent stomp of The Levees and the boogie-like shuffle driving Let Me Out, success is assured. The result becomes a riveting rollercoaster ride that’s as captivating as it is consistent.” — Lee Zmmerman, BLURT