House of Fiction
CMJ review - Feb 1999 Singer-songwriter/multi-instrumentalist Dick Derry knows how to make solid pop-rock. House Of Fiction has bouncy hooks, inoffensive psyche-inspired guitar soloing, a smidgen of country kick and a whole lot of harmony. Derry utilizes guitars, piano, tambourine and organ to make music that moves along evenly and begs for listeners to join him when he belts out the choruses. Typically, his lyrics are concerned with love and girls, and with the loneliness that a lack of love and girls can sometimes impose upon a fellow's life. With bright lead vocals and sunny harmonies, House Of Fiction is certainly a delightful pop find. Kelso Jacks.