'Rumpus, ArtBombz, is reminiscent of the B52's in the early, fun, creative and funky years . The lyrics are politically and sexually charged. Through the compelling vocals the listener explores corporate America, love, sex and art as a reformation. The music ranges from incredible rock n roll guitar riffs to blues based rhythms. In total ArtBombz is a great CD you'll be singing along to before the end of each song.' Rumpus' Art Bombz CD is a distillation of sensibilities that goes almost anywhere in the rock genre. This band doesn't drown itself in it's own style, but moves fluidly between 3 different lead vocalists, while at the same time pushing the edge of theatricality with their music. Each song is well written, arranged, and packed with content. 'Mega Organism' is a post-apocalyptic romp, with orchestral timpany driving the groove. 'Tiny Girls' is naked female sarcasm with an irresistable musical hook. 'Salesman' is a soulfully rich anthem driven by keyboards. And 'Art Bombz', best lives up to the B-52 M.O., with dueling party vocals, shouting humorous philosophies, all oddly draped around a blues riff. Rumpus is: Steffon Moody- Lead vocals, guitar Arlette Moody- Lead vocals, harmony, percussion Greg Dember- Lead vocals, keyboards Dodd Johnson- Drums Al Ferguson- Lead guitar Phil Carter- Bass A weird note: Somehow, children really get into the music, and will be singing 'Lesbian Man' in the aisle at your local grocer! So be careful when little Johnny is around.