Authentic old-school, Beatles-Stones-Dylan-Band-Dead-Prince-inspired, psychedelic-white soul-funky roots rock. I like that Monty & the Friggin Whatevers have a sense of humor, play their own instruments and are being as earnest, lyrical, raunchy or grandiose as their songs—and maybe lives?—require.
Good ol' Rock-n-Roll. I wish there were more tunes like this being produced.
—Ron Andrews (rockdr86) Radio Airplay
Rather shocking and mood altering. Philip Clarke—(philipclarke7) Radio Airplay
Two thumbs wayyyyy up!—Dave Grendel Radio Airplay
These dozen songs are crisply constructed and enthusiastically executed with bar-band vigor, qualities that speak to his prior association with Terry Anderson and the Olympic Ass Kickin' Team. Warren's got a gift for infectious hooks, and he builds durable sing-song choruses that don't go stale…Truly excellent: the puckish Nick Lowe-like title track (Let’s Go to Therapy), the New Wave head-bobber Ain't Got Nothin and the slow-burning In the Distance.
The album retroactively bridges the gap between '70s pub rock/power pop and the arrivals of Tom Petty, Graham Parker and Elvis Costello. But it's almost effortlessly enjoyable, a virtue without expiration.”
Label: Son of a Pup Music/Swamp Records
TRAILER PARK ANGEL (2008)
"Doublenaught Records recording artist, Monty Warren's freshman release, "Trailer Park Angel", fires off a canon shot with the radio friendly "Lonely Girl" and continues to blast through another 13 tracks. Like Ryan Adams, Tom Petty,Warren wears his influences proudly and loudly...steeped in The Stones...rocking,touching and vulnerable..."- Afterhoursmusicblog.com
"****-From Monty Warren's first chord on "Lonely Girl" throughout the rest of this album, this boy rocks and writes songs that could have,should have, been on the likes of "Exiles"and "Damn The Torpedoes"...[y]ou will love this gem"-www.cdbaby.com