Review by Gary Hill
Scott’s Garage is an intriguing band, at least based on this, their second album. The music has a texture that’s not that far removed from bands like Stone Temple Pilots, but there’s a definite pop rock edge to it. Lots of psychedelia permeates much of the disc. They call themselves a “power pop” band, and certainly that fits to a large degree. It doesn’t really capture the full essence of who the band is, though. While there’s not a lot of variance from song to song, this is the kind of disc that just works, beginning to end.