John Barrett is stepping out from behind his drum kit once again and he's not going to say he's sorry. In his second release in as many years, John's got a bit of an attitude. His songs tell the stories of fallen idols, freedom and how to deal with a bit of an anger problem. "The songs on this CD have more of an edge to them - I've also taken more risks from an artist's perspective than any other effort I've done" John states in a recent interview. He continues, "When I see an act that I like, it is usually because of two things, energy and attitude. It doesn't matter if it is rock, R&B or some sort of experimental music, if the artist is stepping out, I am loving it. With 'no apologies' I really captured that in my performances. I also wanted to extend myself as an artist and a songwriter. I gave myself the freedom to try new things, write about different subjects and stretch further than I have in the past. It really puts you out there - I wasn't interested in putting out a safe CD." There has already been buzz about John's song 'You wouldn't like me when I'm angry' and the new Incredible Hulk movie. "All I can say is that it is a great song and if you like it, download it!" John replies. "Everyone who has listened to the songs seems to have a favorite, but, that song is special". 'no apologies' is John's sophomore effort, and in this case, the second release is the strongest yet.