"Yabba Dabba Doo" this my friends is the band for you!!!
"Vocalist Chris Troy shows a sensitive side on this album while still keeping the urgency on upbeat tracks like TOO DRUNK & THRIFT TOWN."
"Is the best name for a record we’ve heard in a while."
"Tunes like “40 Days” will make all of you yearn for a spell on the road in a stinky van."
"Trailer Park Bingo is an all time Great Americana album" "This band has developed a new mature sound since their last effort"
"The finest thing to come out of Detroit since the Edsel!"
“Rattletrap’s No-Tell Motel (self-released) is a fun EP featuring five rockabilly / cow-punk tunes that are not at all original but would provide the perfect soundtrack to a Saturday night of heavy drinking and Red Wings-watching. Twangy, authentic and damn catchy. ”
“During the Detroit’s Peoples Art Festival, Detroit’s Raw Outlaw Quartet “Rattletrap” kept the Detroit art crowd on their feet in a fast paced country frenzy!”
“Friday Night Detroit's rock band "Sponge" performed at Miller Hall as part of a benefit for restoration considerations of the stage area. While Sponge played all their hits and everyone had a great time the talk of the night was the support act "Rattletrap" Three guys and a girl played an hour and never stopped. Feedback was the only way one knew a song was finished. Great energy and toe tapping songs. "This one will get your toes a tapping and your ****** flapping" was one line singer and bassist Chris Troy commented between songs. They were like a cross between the "Stray Cats" and "Hank Three" and kept the hall rocking during their set, said Senior Bill Fresnal. Over twenty three hundred dollars was made from the event says a representative of Miller Hall. Future events such as the "Sponge" show are being planned.”
“MSU Press As part of the, Student Government 2010 "Spartan Throwdown" Detroit's own Rattletrap will bring their own Outlaw style of Country music to the Breslin Center. Rattletrap has not only supported such touring acts as Sponge and Taproot but has been rocking the Detroit Toledo scene for over three years. "These guys tear it!" says Sophomore Catlin Smarch. "I have seen them about twenty times and they never let down.”