"Ouija Park" is a catchy mix of rock and blues combined with a vocal style reminiscent of Susan Tedeschi, Bonnie Raitt, and Sheryl Crow. This is Hydraulic Woman's long- awaited second release, chock-full of powerful vocals, well-placed harmonies, and engaging grooves. These top-notch players from the Midwest (Kristen Schuldt on vocals, Scott Olson on bass & drums, Blaine Prout on guitar, Tom Hager on drums, Craig Fawver on harmonica, and Duane Alfveby on sax) easily win the "understated vs. Overprocessed" debate. "You'd leave me in a minute" and "Your ass" showcase Kristen Schuldt's tongue-in-cheek writing style, while "Consider me" and "All night for you" remind us that love songs don't need to be corny to be heartfelt. This dynamic set of tunes will surely keep hydraulic fans happy until the next release.