Eclectic recluse or schizophrenic temporal-shifter? Yes, and more! Don Landry has played drums for more bands that you never heard of (and some that you have) than maybe anybody in town. While having a life with, you know, a job and stuff. And somehow still found time to personally handcraft this collection of musical gems - his first solo release in a career longer than he sometimes wants to admit. Strange little stories told in the voices of rock, new wave, techno, lite jazz; sounds like a stylistic jumble, and it is, but it's a jumble that works and flows with a subversive persuasion from one end to the other. It's mind-numbingly cerebral, it's testosterone primitive, it's a world of ear candy that swoops and swirls and morphs, leaving elegance sparkling in it's wake. And then, it's something else. In my mind? ... it's still playing. Jake Kelly of Singer & Musician magazine says 'Cool. Unabashed, yet bashed.' Jeff Prince/Fort Worth Weekly says 'Sounds like a battle scene from Conan the Barbarian -- but with a choir.' James Michael Taylor says 'Sounds like the music to a movie I would really like to watch.' Tata Dawn says: 'like a movie soundtrack, where people are getting slaughtered but with beautiful scenery.'