• Image of Dan P. and the Bricks- Watch Where You Walk CD

"Watch Where You Walk is one of the rarest of ska albums these days: a good one. Its songs are lively and energetic without ever falling into the irritating hyperactivity of ska-punk, and the vibe is successfully mellow without ever succumbing to the sunny cliches of contemporary reggae. The music simultaneously pays debt to both traditional ska and third wave while still managing to sound fresh, original and relevant; there's likely enough here to satisfy fans of all sides of the vast ska spectrum. Watch Where You Walk asks only of its listeners to have a good time, and on that it certainly delivers. One of the better ska albums to come out of the States lately, and a prime counterpoint to those who claim the genre had long lost its vitality. Highly recommended." -Punknews.org