Reviews - Bonnie Lundy

Weezer goes to vaudeville on Bonnie Lundy's self-titled debut. The band maintains just enough odd texturing here to keep one's attention without being too extreme. Examples? Track three, "Don't Go," uses a sitar over a Beatlesque beat with sweet vocal barber-shop harmonies and a tight hook. How's that for wacky? Oddly enough, it's not at all annoying. In fact, Bonnie Lundy could easily take Weezer's place in the world of quirky indie rock. The singing is better, the songs are more fun and there's bound to be some sort of award for writing songs about a "Go Go Girl" without using a damn cowbell.

- Stuart Pitt