Age of the Saskaboom
Produced by Steve Segal, the Montreal based guitarist of April Wine, this album is hands down the most unique and creative album of it's time to be released in an accessible and commercial manner. The Age Of The Saskaboom Even in the most unexpected places, exciting things can be found. You can't measure a culture by the size of it's population or geography. Quality of life matters. Freud Dream interpretation, through a political prism and the hypersexualized Gen Y. Everyone But Me No one understands her; her values or her behaviour. Yet she isn't angry; she just wants to make everyone feel better and make life joyous. Shoplifting If you can't be great, be desperate - a song about committing criminal acts out of desperation. Waking Love Can you spot the gimmick? Can you be easily moved by music or lyrics you don't understand? If you can't make sense of this song, that's not an accident. Company Song The same old story - someone works in a b.s. job for no money. Turn Around Gen Y plays mind games - look at me, don't look at me. It's about power. Sha la la Probably the easiest song to grasp on the album, the message is simple -- just be happy. Little Emotion It's direct, easy to understand - a woman is annoyed about her daily routine.