"A real gem on this release is the opening track 'A Little Chemistry' which just spells AOR big time across it." - Carsten Nielsen, Rockheads Records, DENMARK "...We're talking about a genius at work here and it's a pleasure to salute him with a high rating" - Urban 'Wally' Wallstrom, AOR-Europe!, SWEDEN "Where's Everybody Gone?' is a passage through the peaceful clime of a ballad led by acoustic guitar...very sweet and emotive." - Spulit, Prog-PT, PORTUGAL "...A wide variety of short, yet always different vocal and instrumental parts that seem to change each other more frequently than a kaleidoscope." - Vitaly Meshnikov, Progressor, UZBEKISTAN "Matthew should be very proud of this EP as it is a work of true beauty and style." - Robbie Evans, Powerplay Magazine, UK "Matthew D. Guarnere stands forth as one of the most original artists I have heard in awhile. It's hard to believe this guy is not yet signed. If there is any justice, he will be soon." - Bjørnar Bevolden, Prog Power, NORWAY "M.D.G. plays it Wembley big with sonics that scrape the sky...I'm sure it has a lot to do with singer Matthew D. Guarnere's 60-octave vocal range. I mean, holy s***!" - Frank DeBlase, WBZA radio, USA "Excellent and indispensable work, highly recommendable..." - Carlos Vaz Ferreira, Progressive Rock & Progressive Metal, BRAZIL "It would seem easy to produce commercial pop-rock CDs nowadays, yet often these products are too superficial. As the famous saying goes: 'here today, gone tomorrow'...this does not apply to Matthew D. Guarnere." - Roberto Guarnieri, Metal Shock, ITALY "Elevates himself from the mainstream music mass pudding! " - Carsten Baar, Hard Line Magazine, GERMANY "With a last name like this, the music couldn't be bad, could it?" - Dmitry M. Epstein, DME Music, ISRAEL.