"...an infectious set of songs that will alternatively have you shaking your head and singing along." The Big Takeover Review: The Hitmen "Smashface"
"An undeniable classic." This is Book's Music Review: The Green Pajamas "Complete Book of Hours"
"...there are lots of young musicians trying to capture this kind of guitar-driven spike-pop sound and not doing it nearly as well." Michael Toland The Big Takeover Review: The Icons "Masters of Disaster"
"If you were in Seattle when this was going on or have any interest at all in the scene at the time, this is a must to hear if not buy outright. Sure, the world could have lived without Green Monkey and their artists, but it would not have been the same. Not even close." Rock & Reprise Review:"IT CRAWLED FROM THE BASEMENT"
"Over the eight years of GMR’s existence, founder Tom Dyer amassed a formidable stash of smart pop thrills. ... Ignore the best of this double dose of forty-seven pre-grunge charms at your aesthetic peril." PopMatters Review: "It Crawled From The Basement"
“The Green Pajamas Ö mastery of their chosen form is brilliant melodic splendor.” Fred Mills — The Bob
“The Life may be one of the few Northwest bands who can reap what they sow” Cynthia J. Kludt — The Rocket
“Monkey Business … easily competes with its predecessors, the Seattle Syndrome series … maim and crush your way to the checkout line and purchase.” Bruce Pavitt — The Rocket
“Dyer alone manages to sound almost as diverse as the 15 bands on Local Product.” Dawn Anderson — Backfire
“The Hitmen are Öa rock band with subtlety and intelligence, refreshing in our morass of bludgeoning obviousness.” Jon Davis — Backlash
“Vocalist Jeff Kelly and keyboardist Bruce Haedt have an astonishing knack for writing songs which play in your head ad infinitum.” John Clark — Reflex Magazine
The Bombardiers are “the best straight-ahead, rockíníroll band in Seattle, no ifs, buts or ands.” Robert Allen — The Rocket
Green Pajamasí “Book of Hours is such a masterpiece of perfectionism itís scary.” Ratbeat International