The album seemingly ends too quickly, even though the 6 songs are usually misleading on any Prog record since they are usually lengthy numbers, but overall “The Myth of the Mostrophus” is a solid effort from Ryo Okumoto and with the guest lists of season musicians, you have a pretty satisfying piece of music. Obviously geared at prog heads per se, but the music is not overly done and overly produce that takes away from the record. The production is top-notch done once more by a long time Spock’s Beard producer Rich Mouser. Check it out!!!.
Dr Strangelove’s opening line of “Don’t call it a comeback” and many of the lyrics making it clear this isn’t a cash-grab, but a labour of love.
It’s basically saying, “Hey things aren’t right. Is this where we’re calling it quits, or what can we do to make it right?” I’ve been married for 25 years, this coming March. I want to see people not give up. I want to see people continue to make the choice because love is a choice.
This isn’t a push towards religion or suggesting that you need to find your faith, just simply an album from a band that, through the music they produce, help you find some light in the darkness and right now, that might be just what we need.
I’m well aware that this is a side project, and then as much as I’ll talk myself to death about these projects, we all know it can’t possibly compete with Def Leppard or anything like that. So, it has to be standalone to be taken for what it’s worth, which is, I like to think a great record that will stand up by being played on people’s stereos at home, you know what I mean?
Every time I hear it I want to dance. Everybody will have their own song that they like.
I mean, that’s what life is to me. I just want to have all of these albums that all be remembered by people forever. So I’ll vacation when I’m dead!
Pekka has to duck and weave like the best of boxers at times to avoid Jason’s bass neck as it whirls around mid air
First impressions of this album are pretty good being previously unfamiliar with both ‘Ween’ and the ‘Dean Ween Group’.