A calming ship ride into the intro of the album with a whimsical session of bagpipes comes a stroke of pleasing mixed genre unpredictability, Guerrilla Blue has comprised a solid mixture of stoner rock, sunken blues riffs and heavenly guitar slams to match wits with the best of the Minneapolis rock scene with their new album "Fluorescent Fuzz." Taking a almost 1970s approach to rocking the house with psychedelic waves of jam-ery, like a mixing bowl of rock-n-roll howls, deep heart throb drum beats and guitar slams to shake grandma's miniatures off of the bathroom wall. These five musicians have out-done themselves with their newest creation. Within their MySpace page, they proclaim themselves with different car styles, which is perfect for this summer cruising album of soothing sounds. Whether lead vocalist Paul Shanafelt is screeching love stories with the track "Turkish Cherry," or percussionist Todd Wiersma is pounding beats into the mind to subdue the most savage lion that sleeps at night within "Electromistress," the entire band has a compounded sound throughout the entire record. Each track on the album has a separate layer, which could create a peanut butter, pickle, banana and jelly sandwich for all flavors one may be looking for on a rock album. The idea of meeting the most gorgeous woman with crystal eyes and a heart of gold comes through many of the tracks, one of which includes the almost forbidden sounding tale of "One Last Breath and Gone." Guerrilla Blue has transformed the worn-out 70s rock era into a new indie, three-dimensional sound-track to coast on the waves of reality within each song of "Fluorescent Fuzz." -Rift Magazine.