The Blank Brothers return with some obscure songs that deserve attention. Stepping back out of the shadows, murky figures offer older, nearly lost songs combined in one CD with newer compositions. The Blanks have had their music utilized on national television ('Costco Queen'), once had a bass player who went on to play with The Doors, once played live before devoted fans. Now, older and wiser, they simply 'are,' like monks above timberline, they avoid the masses in the lower climes, not aloof, merely detached, amused, confecting sound for personal pleasure in the privacy of their own studios. Relive the days when music fired the boilers of a new generation, dedicated to the proposition that all rock is not created equal, whose makers did not toe the conventional line, who blazed a new trail up the verdant flank of the muse. Put on your welder's mask and stare into the scalding hot maw of the rock dynamo. Stay behind the yellow line. Keep your socks up.