Here you have it folks. Real rock and roll served up by Chris Goss and some of the most creative MFers in the biz, including Josh Homme, Dave Catching, Mark Lanegan and Troy Van Leeuwen. The album simply rocks like nothing else out there. It’s much more accessible than Welcome to the Western Lodge, and much heavier than Sunrise on the Sufferbus. Third Man on the Moon starts things off with a bang, A Wish for a Fish rocks and grooves even harder, and the album never lets up. It’s got first-class production, layer upon layer of nasty guitars, great melodies (yeah that’s right, M-E-L-O-D-I-E-S), killer harmonies, and wierd, haunting lyrics. Only Chris Goss could create an album that’s so original, yet owes so much to great bands like The Beatles, Zeppelin, Yes, Floyd and Sabbath. Rock and roll is in such a sorry state right now, but if bands like Masters of Reality and Queens of the Stone Age keep making records like this, we’ve got nothing to worry about.Buy it and play it loud.