3 CD collection.
"The songwriter and lead vocalist on all these songs, George Thatcher, seems comfortable changing his identity and his degree of sincerity from song to song. On "America," Thatcher channels John Cougar Mellencamp, mixed with an occasional snarl that veers from New Country to Seattle Grunge. With the lyrics of his chorus and the acccompaniment of a soprano saxophone, he evokes imagery of a 50-foot-tall flag flapping in the breeze over a Kansas cornfield. Although the verses are a bit didactic -- trying to sneak in a history lesson about everything from Native Americans to slavery to World War II -- this song could manage to slip on its own into the subconscious of the self-styled patriotic American" as Thatcher seems to mean it to do. "
-- Irregular Times