Do you want to be fools together? With the release of it's fourth album, Low Rises, Baby Ray wants to know. Low Rises is a labyrinth of do-it-yourself pop/prog/psych rock. Recorded and mixed by Paul Logus (known for his work with P. Diddy, David Bowie, Limp Bizkit, Mary J. Blige), it's an album that aims arrows in every direction - just like Baby Ray. A band that earned it's first record deal with Thirsty Ear on the basis of a no-frills cassette tape, Baby Ray always preferred to let the music to do the talking. And the music press took it from there. "Baby Ray may be poised to join that rarified stratum of groups that make their way into the mainstream, against all odds, on the sheer strength of their songs" said The Boston Globe. "If Baby Ray does indeed equal XTC + GBV, then the result of the equation is greater than the sum of it's parts" said Northeast Performer. "One of the few bands that have climbed out of the garage rock scene in Beantown to earn national recognition" said Don Law Company Online. "A taste of what music can sound like with balls and brains" said Highwire Daze. "Boston has produced it's share of great bands through the years...Mission of Burma, The Cars, The Pixies, and their close kin. If any band has taken it upon itself to pick up the flag, it's Baby Ray, a versatile outfit with two albums to it's credit and a bright future" said The Onion. Of Low Rises, Noise Magazine said "the rest of the world is in for a pleasant surprise...this is easily the best Baby Ray gets... I can't imagine how they'll top what I have heard from this disc." Heard enough? Not until you've heard Low Rises.