I first heard him opening for Jethro Tull on the "A" tour, and then heard him, as most fans did, through the Max Webster collaboration with Rush on "Battlescar". A couple of years later I heard "Go for Soda" on the radio. Bought the thing on tape and immediately loved it. The songs run from the out and out rockers ("Go for Soda", "Lager and Ale" (he seems to have a thing for beverages), and "Rumour Has It") to the sweet power ballads (All We Are), and everywhere in between. Now I'm looking for it on CD and can't find the damned thing.
His band smokes on this, the drummer in particular. Kim's guit playing is as good, if not better than most, but not overbearing, like some. The lyrics are wry, funny, and somewhat articulate.
This is a fun disc for anyone who likes (Diamond Dave)Van Halen, Primus, Rush, Aerosmith, Ted Nugent, or anyone who just wants to play it LOUD and have some fun.
PLEASE RELEASE THIS ON A DOMESTIC CD!!!!