been around for almost thirty years now, and his early albums document
a witty wordsmith in love with three chords and a backbeat. There's
absolutely nothing wrong with that, and if his subsequent history
hasn't demonstrated much artistic growth, there's something to be said
for dogged persistence. His 2006 album Streets of New Yorkheard since the early days of The Ramones and The Romantics.
think of it as a house of 500 guitars. It's an album that begs for the
use of the Next button on your iPod or CD player. And it's an album
that offers up its share of small but satisfying rewards.