Smashing through the cacophony of hypnotic hooks and loony loops in today's pop music scene comes Flash Jack Eppington, a singer-songwriter with an extended player of six songs from the heart. This is music intended for listening, for an audience of people who enjoy a variety of listening experiences. No two tracks sound the same, and each has something to offer: "Undercurrents" - This is a fast uptemo rock song with a bright, fun, immediately engaging sound. The words are about how more goes on under the surface of relationships than meets the eye. "Long Way to Home" - Anyone who faces a long business trip will appreciate this mid-tempo pop tune. Weariness and thoughtfulness compete for the balance we all want to strike in our lives. "Cellphone" - You might be surprised how the use (or non-use) of these ubiquitous devices lends itself to a gentle romantic tune about human connection. "Ballad of the Gentleman" - A very special, serious song about the sanctity of the individual in an indifferent world. An emotional statement that will caress the heart of anyone who has been downtrodden at work. "Left Turn" - Sometimes change is necessary, but it is rarely easy. This soft, smooth tune notes how sometimes making a "left turn" in one's life is better than staying on the road you are on. "Penny Up" - Never give up hope for ending a CD on a high note. The title track closes out the album in raucous rock fashion and high spirits. An answer to every song of doom and destruction, "Penny Up" reminds us that even if life comes down to a coin flip, the odds are even.