Finally!! The boys of the Gene Pool B.C. have done it again! After a year of creating their sophmore album it's now ready for the world! It's a bold new road that the Gene Pool B.C. has taken this time around. The 'blue collar' sound is still there, but with added intensity and drama. Right from the moment you press play, the bluesy, Robert Johnson-esque intro 'Roads Crossed' gets you ready for what's about to happen next. The Gene Pool B.C. gets personal in their first cut off the CD 'Painting The Attic' then cranks up the tempo with the danceable 'Sand Hill Road' and 'What's The Matter'. After a cool down with the goose bump giving 'Waiting', they take you to their punk roots with the fastest song in the Gene Pool B.C. catalog 'Break Me'. The second half of the CD is also just as intense with cuts like 'Since You Came Along' and 'Failing You'. The Gene Pool B.C. also included 2 covers and a twist of ska/reggae with '1000 Sunsets' With every track and album the Gene Pool B.C. hammers out you get no less then the best the band can achieve. Take a listen or 2 and I guarantee you will have lyrics and rhythms stuck in your head for days. The critics are already raving.... '....the next big thing to hit Jacksonville!' The Florida Times Union '....this CD is worth being your first in 2007!' Folio Entertainment Magazine '....it's about time someone creates freshness to the Jacksonville music scene!' Mint Magazine.