Cound you imagine if Jim Morrison and Jim Hendrix were alive? What if they were in the same band with David Gilmore of Pink floyd on guitar, John Entwistle of The Who on Bass and John Bonham of Led Zeppelin on drums? On top of this, add creative original rock music composed on the edge! Can you deal with it? Like a time machine, 'My World' will transport you back to the days when rock was great, when concerts were wild and music had meaning. When the musical revolution was exploding and life was good. Not this boy band crap or Britney Spears junk that permeates the airwaves now days. Even if you cut your hair or sold your soul, you can still rekindle that fire with 'My World'. The vocals of Jared Sane seem to bring back Jim Morrison from the dead. You know that great vocal sound that you're always trying to find again--that mix between Jim Morrison and John Kay of Steppenwolf. 'My World' brings that classic rock vocal back! You'll even experience the ooze coming out of your radio when you hear 'Ordinary Lover' resurrecting the sensation of Frank Zappa. You'll be intoxicated. Many of the guitar solos on 'My World' resemble David Gilmore of Pink Floyd, Robert Fripp of King Crimson or even better Jimi Hendrix. There are so many blistering hot guitar links on this album--'My World' is to musicians as 'Budweiser' is to man. Listen to it in your car and you'll instantly be on your Harley Davidson. My World contains the song Such Life which compares with Steppenwolf's 'Born to be Wild' as the most rocking' Biker song of all time. It's heavy guitars and rhythms make you feel like you're cruisin'. If you're already on your Harley, let the other guy beware! Steven King would also love this album--or maybe even Tony Perkins from Psycho. 'My World' is like an evil halloween dance party, but with great rock drumming and licks like Clapton mixed with Fripp. This is real Goth!