Review: Stag’s ‘Midtown Sizzler’ is just what this summer needs

Now all the talk about the album sounding a bit nostalgic is not a bad thing in any way, shape or form. It fits just fine in the world we live in today and it’s a fun album to listen to all the way through. That said, if this had come out in say, 1973, and people bought music the way they did back then, it would be a world-wide smash.

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REVIEW: The rambling delights of ‘Finnegans Wake’

The synth-based Science of Deduction have a decided literary bent themselves, with a name taken from Sherlock Holmes’ modus operandi, and songs like “The Modern Prometheus” (inspired by “Frankenstein”), and, of course, “James Joyce is Going Blind.” The synths provide a nice cushion for Cathy Sorbo’s crystal clear voice, as she makes her way through a section of Part 2, Chapter 3; it’s the most rhythmic delivery .

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