Somewhere, "power-pop" sticklers are brooding that these Oklahomans can't possibly apply that mantle to what it is that they do. According to most universally accepted theorems, most power-pop bands are in their late 30s and early 40s, unless they had some estimable RIAA success in the '70s — then they're in their 50s. Either way, a true power-pop band should be on its third or fourth indie label by now, at least considering hair plugs and playing to an ever-shrinking audience of people tenuously clinging to their youth by bopping to recycled Raspberries riffs. These guys do none of that, although we are checking our Wally Bryson guitar charts for further clarification. Both All-American Rejects albums have been certified platinum, and... More >>>