Removal Hello, My Name is Irrelevant

Vancouver-based retro-core instrumentalists up the ante on their sophomore release. While retaining the kick-ass monster riff-fest aspect of their 1997 debut, the trio cleans up the production without sacrificing their edge. The ten real musical tracks, augmented with a pair of ambient filler tracks, are held together through the common bond of rock and racing. This disc is the perfect soundtrack for a summer of cruising through the California desert in a '69 Mustang convertible with the top down and your best girl/guy by your side. Crank it, man! (Wrong)