FOO FIGHTERS There Is Nothing Left To Lose

I agreed to write this review because Losey said I could keep the CD in exchange for a few words. The Foo Fighters are one of my favorite bands, so this shouldn’t be a problem. Having waited so long for this CD, I’m happy to say I’m not disappointed. This is great stuff! Every track is recognizably Foo Fighters, with Dave Grohl still screaming on a few of them. This disc slows down a bit, but stays true to the Foo Fighters sound. Apparently member changes and label moves haven’t bothered Dave much. It seems as long as he’s around, the Foo Fighters will continue to make quality records. Let’s put it this way, tracks one-through-six are so good that I haven’t made it through the rest of the CD more than twice. This disc has already spent plenty of time in my player. Thanks Mark!¿Angela Crawford

TOILET BOYS Living Like A Millionaire

From the crazy cover photo showing a wild bunch of tattooed rock-and-roll-bad-boys and one dude dressed in drag, you know this is gonna suck or rock. Luckily, it absolutely rules. This is insanely great glam-sounding punk rock that reminds me of Motley Crue and KISS. The only drawback to this otherwise great CD is it only has six songs.¿Todd Roxx

NO USE FOR A NAME More Betterness

The thing about some punk bands is that they seem to get worse with the more albums they put out. This is not the case with No Use For A Name’s latest release. We’re talking hard driven, melodic punk that’s catchy, and lyric’s that just might make you think a little bit. Definitely a positive band. If you like speeding tickets, get “More Betterness,” put it in the car stereo, and haul ass!¿Leigh