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Scott Skopec / Press

"THIS IS THE MOTHER FUCKING FREE BIRD OF OUR GENERATION. KEEP THE FUCKING FLAME OF ROCK ALIVE!" - About the song "Frankie Boy"

"Cartoon Ideas flows like a stretched out piece of chewed bubble gum; while thickest at both ends, it is delicious all the way through; the first three and last four songs are what really make this album the treasure that it is."

"This song took me on his vacation, and I didn't even have to leave."

James Williams

"Gone are the Shiny Mirrors, Dirty People, and Streetwalkers, and present is something very personal and very atmospheric. It is melancholic at times, and very happy when you would least expect it. Themes ranging from social philosophy to current events, from Sandy Hook to a lost loved one, from figuring out life to “selling out”. In the end, Cartoon ideas is effective in establishing Skopec; who he is and what potential he possesses. He can sing, he can play more than a couple instruments, and he can write some damn good songs. Not only can you hear Scott's talent overflowing over fourteen solid tracks, you can hear his soul, and you can't just hear it, you can feel it! It is erupting. The volcano that is Scott Skopec is active and I can only hope to hear more."

"Unreal dude, I love it. Bring funk back for us"

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