This Week In Music: 10/29-11/4

This week in music listening, featuring patent-pending two-word reviews:

Genesis: Trespass – Floyd-esque prog
The Mighty Mighty Bosstones: Ska-Core The Devil And More – boss tones
Cabaret Voltaire: Groovy, Laidback & Nasty – club friendly
Firehouse: O2 – average rockers
Lita Ford: Out For Blood – decent debut
Rush: Hold Your Fire – lacking heaviness
Pete Townshend: White City – emotionally wrought
Warrant: Cherry Pie – genre nadir
Saigon Kick: The Lizard – variety overkill
Dancing On Your Graves: A Rockabilly Tribute To The Hellacopters – interesting interpretations
Kingdom Come: Kingdom Come – Zeppelin riffage
Mike + The Mechanics: Mike + The Mechanics – satisfying soft-rock
Juliana Hatfield: In Exile Deo – mature pop
House of Heroes: What You Want Is Now – emo riffage
Funkadelic: One Nation Under A Groove – booty duty
Kix: Kix – poppy metal
Tom Petty and The Heartbreakers: You’re Gonna Get It – mutliple classics
Quiet Riot: Metal Health – uneven quality
Ministry: Pslam 69 – evil industrialized
L.A. Guns – Shrinking Violet – misfired Guns