By Nicole Kobie
SR-71’s debut CD, Now you see inside, is solid pop-rock music if listened to correctly. Basically, program the player to bypass the songs "What a Mess," "Last Man on the Moon," "Non-toxic" and the last, a very strange track titled "Paul McCartney." Sir Paul would not be pleased by the vague and cliché lyrics of these sound-alike songs. The rest of the tunes feature clever and obscure words. While the upbeat radio single "Right Now" is a gem, the best track is the first one, "Politically Incorrect." Opening Now you see inside with the line "I don’t mean to piss you off," this singable song is the best track. For mass-produced radio-ready rock, SR-71 are creative enough to be a fun listen.