[Harrington] performs in a spare, electric-folk sort of style spawned from a wide variety of influences, and has penned some clever lyrics to go with it. -- Pulse Niagara. Feb. 1994 Peter Murphy planted his tongue firmly in cheek, borrowed a bit of Frank Zappa's sharp wit, changed his name to Mark Harrington, and released Capricorn Flakes. -- Chaos Review (Niagara). Feb. 1994 Q: Who the he_ _ is Mark Harrington and why the he_ _ do I want to write an entire article on him? A: Because of 'Message', the last cut on his new, self financed, indie CD Capricorn Flakes (as well as the rest of the album). -- Jim English, Exclaim (!*@#). June 1993 Harrington is a strong songwriter... [and] clever, dry lyricist. Credit to him for designing his own tongue-in-cheek CD packaging and for successfully self-producing his work. -- Chart. June 1993.