It"s Not Easy Listening Anymore To describe our music, we"ve picked some quotes from reviews of our previous recordings. Option: The resulting web of sound is entrancing, as delicate and complexly intertwined as the trap a spider weaves for a fly. Aiding and Abetting: Floating Opera simply shines... songwriting... A joy to hear. AAAA 1/2 (out of 5 A"s). Feedback Magazine: ...the soundtrack to a very eerie Broadway musical... most of the songs, even the ones with a facade of normalcy, are tinged with that sweet, cloying smell of the monster lurking under your bed (or in it, as the case may be)...Highly recommended. New Review of Records: ...highly original and very nice indeed. Omaha World Herald: ...a stellar collection of acoustic rock, piano-driven ballads, symphonic-like pop tunes and more...What a great thing Floating Opera is. Omaha Reader: The follow-up to Floating Opera"s 1993 self-titled debut, "Everybody"s Somebody"s Monster" is every bit as rich and rewarding... a mosaic of moods and stories that"s the perfect escape from a horrible day. Cultophile Rock Review: The music is some of the best written, arranged, and performed I have heard, and it is really very beautiful. Keyboard Magazine: ...vocals, sometimes direct and unadorned, and other times wailing and warbly, waft over detailed timbral backdrops. The Note: ...a rich and tectured fabric of music seldom heard on vocal projects... incredible songwriting. Jersey Beat: Lead vocalist Lori Allison has a great voice and her performances are very well presented midst a harmony of excellent instrumentation and eclectic musical arrangements...A fun release, a pleasure to listen to. Lincoln Sunday Journal-Star: The Floating Opera has produced two of the best recordings to come out of Lincoln in the "90s...a brilliant collection of lush, carefully arranged, superbly played inviting songs anchored by the entrancing vocals of Allison and Ore - the two best female pop singers Lincoln has ever produced...the music is deeply woven, creating a variety of setting from driving, rock-based sounds to drifting folk-tinged pop... the lyrics add a spooky, unsettling element as they spin their dark, literate stories. Daily Nebraskan:...spectacular singing, from quiet to soaring...a great piece of work from a bunch of truly talented people. Grade: A- Omaha Reader: ...brilliant release...a somber joyride of intricate melodies and ideas beautifully put together.