Looks like former Wall of Voodoo leader Stan Ridgway (remember "Mexican Radio"?) has re-emerged from LA noir-rock obscurity just in time to lob a sarcastic musical hand grenade into a homeland secured by the smug likes of Tom Ridge and his little color codes. Worth the price for the song titles alone, Ridgway's vision of Babylon is drawn in daring, surly, slap-in-the-face Dada commentaries on the absurd ironies of modern life ("The AARP Is After Me") and twisted odes to Bush/Cheney/Rummie and the neocons like "Wargasm" ("I wanna have a... More >>>