GeekAmerica.com: Roadstar

Every once in a while this job makes you feel like a dick. This guy seems nice, he sent us a nice note and even offered to do some writing for the site. I imagine though that after I review this cd as saying it’s half Rick Astley and half a male version of Dido, and it sounds really contrived and overproduced and like it’s trying just too damn hard, AND the artwork is awful, that William Steffey probably won’t want to write for Geek America anymore. There was obviously a whole lot of work that went into making this record, which is why it gets a D instead of an F, but the end result is not exciting or inspiring in any way. Hey William, no hard feelings eh? Send us your writing; we’d love to hear it!

-CS

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