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Author Archives: Paul Jordan Sr

CD Review: Halifax – The Inevitability Of A Strange World

They have a strong influence from the band Nine Inch Nails, as well as the Foo Fighters to reggae to Children of Bodom. Read More »

CD Review: The Head Cat – Fool’s Paradise

This thing was billed as a "Rock-a-billy" side project from Motorhead's Lemmy, and The Stray Cats' Slim Jim Phantom. Read More »

CD Review: Monty Are I – Wall Of People

With nearly 12,000 MySpace friends listed on their site, this band promises to make some waves. Read More »

Mom Says Listen…

Eisenhower said, "We must guard against the acquisition of unwarranted influence, whether sought or unsought, by the military-industrial complex. Read More »

Landscaping, Roof Repair, Racoons Through The Ceiling

Destroying wetlands to build houses that'll never sell is the equivalent of whaling for sport and leaving the carcasses to rot without use. Read More »

EP Review: Jen Murdza’s Things Untold

There is absolutely no way that the jazz genre can possibly hope to keep these vocals all to itself. Read More »

The Ambiguously Gay Corporation Act of 2006

Marriage provides a union, reason for perseverance, tax-shelters, financial inclusion, inheritance laws, and a piece of paper to stand up in court Read More »

Small Town And Big Time

I was bullet proof! I was all of five years old -- man, how things have changed. Read More »

Buns Don’t Kill People, People Kill People

Last time I checked, Mom had a little say in what and how we learned to eat. Got Mom? Read More »

Ages Of Experience

Hold the damn phone for just a minute, Mr. Boy King. Just how many "ages of experience" have you encountered? Read More »