(Three Peas) Russ Forster gets poppy and philosophical, putting more into his music than he has since 8-tracks distracted him in the 90s. That said, he does still sing (ostensibly, metaphorically, and group-sex-ixcally) about 8-tracks (and Jesus, and fire, and hypocrisy, and "Love is Confusion," which is not "Love or Confusion"). This has more hooks than a tackle box and more brains than cervel de veau.
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