"I really dig Steve Perkins' playing on this album. This band has always had a quirky way of putting songs together and Steve's style has been an adhesive for Perry Ferrell and Co. This is one of those drummers whose got variety of styles all blended in to one and I hear him having fun with it. That said, Steve rips it up on this album on tracks like 'Mountain Song' and is a really solid drummer when it comes to just providing a strong foundation for the band to work the song with.
"He's got skills no doubt but he doesn’t go out of his way to over play and lose the plot. Steve has never been afraid of using the dreaded cowbell and woodblock either, and that to me gets immediate brownie points and A for effort. Perkins also has an affinity for using concert toms in an Alt- Rock setting which in most cases wouldn’t work. I'm a big fan of this in my own work, so now you start to see my influences here. Best example of this style on the album would be the loose spacious Ted Just Admit it', where Steve delivers a performance that best sums up the dynamics of his skill set. Combined with killer songs and top notch vocals from Perry Ferrell, this is one of my faces from the '90s without a doubt."