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"In 1997, it's a pretty tall order to name a contemporary with enough panache to carry on the legacy of 'wrecked' pop & Blieb Alien rock left behind by the likes of Syd Barrett, Roky Erickson & sandbox/catshit-era Brian Wilson. Only the name Brother JT comes to mind. From the stretched out zoner wail of his debut LP Descent to the agile, psychedelic strum of Rainy Day Fun, his body of work has been singular, both odd & outstanding, & like the 3 artists mentioned above, unimpeachable. On this new one, he's not only left those guys in the dust, he's even out distanced himself! Concept album is more like it, one that hovers around the Pretty Things amphetamine-fueled S.F. Sorrow, the cheesecake, ass-stuffing, glitter prowess of Ziggy Stardust and the space freak-funk of Parliament's Mothership Connection."