The latest edition to the prolific catalogue of cult music legend Peter Litvin (Corpse Smoke, Gypsy Kiss) has finally arrived. Peter Litvin has vowed to make twenty albums before he dies. 2010's "Love Spectacle" is one down, nineteen to go. The 'album as a piece of art' mentality may be going the way of the buffalo but apparently Pete never got the memo. The twelve tracks on "Love Spectacle" culminate in one cohesive, epic picture of love, life and sonic adventure. The result of an experienced ear and a knack for exploration, "Love Spectacle" stands as the definition of genre bending. It is an alt rock, 90s fused, old-time country, electro, 80s pop obelisk. Pete juggles these styles with fluidity too mature for a twenty-five year old. The blood, sweat and tears are all Peter's but his supporting cast certainly helped along the way. Former band-mates Jesse Wozniak and Dan Ianitelli provided the visceral rhythm section and Grammy nominated producer Bob Ebeling (Eminiem, Kid Rock, Phish, Rufus Wainright) stirred the ingredients together with his mixing board.