One of the commenters on my review of the new Cloud Cult record Feel Good Ghosts beat me to the punch in pointing out what's certainly going to be the definitive review of the album: L.A. blogger Steve Sneeds' eight-year-old son weighs in with his thoughts on Sneeds' website The Sneeze (which is most well-known for the section Steve, Don't Eat It!).

A brief excerpt:

Is there anything else you want to tell people about the album?

I'd like to tell people, once you find this in the Radio Shack, buy it. It's the best thing I've ever listened to in my whole life.

Have you ever been to Radio Shack?


What do you think goes on in there?

Kinda like the iTunes store.

Really, that just makes us grown-up reviewers totally unnecessary. If anyone needs me, I'll be down at Radio Shack.

(It's also worth pointing out that The Sneeze's official theme song—how come every blog doesn't have its own theme song?—was written by Cloud Cult's Craig Minowa, who later rewrote it for Ghosts as "It's What You Need.")